The Hometree inc. services
Offering complete services in the maintenance of trees, shrubs and cedar hedges since 1975.
Having a specialized expertise, we are qualified to determine the needs required to improve the health and safety of your trees.
Proudly serving the residents of Westmount, Outremont, Town of Mount-Royal, Hampstead, Notre-Dame de Grâce, Montreal West, Côte Saint-Luc, Verdun, Lasalle, Lachine, Ville Saint-Laurent, Dorval, Pointe-Claire, Dollard des Ormeaux, Beaconsfield, Baie d’Urfé, Senneville, Île Bizard, Pierrefonds, Roxboro and Kirkland.
The primary objective of tree pruning is to maintain the health and vitality of trees. More specifically, the objective is to structure and orient the growth of young trees, reestablish the natural form, clear branches from buildings and construction sites, and eliminate potential hazards. Pruning consists of removing dead, sick, weak, broken or interfering branches, and branches that pose a potential risk to the public. Nevertheless, we do not recommend over-pruning or tree topping, and our team of experts is prepared to advise you on the best course of action for tree health and maintenance.
- Security pruning: Pruning branches that are dead, sick, weak, or broken, to eliminate possible dangers.
- Sanitation pruning: Comprising of the features of security pruning, this service also involves the elimination of interfering branches, frail branches, suckers, and broken stubs.
- Crown elevation: Elimination of low-hanging branches with the goal of increasing ground clearance.
- Crown thinning: Strategically removing branches without altering the natural structure of a tree in order to promote air circulation and increased sunlight.
- Restructuring: Reestablishing the natural form and structure of a tree if it has been severely pruned or damaged due to topping.
- Building and construction clearance: Removal or reorientation of branches for clearance of streets, construction sites, buildings, power lines, and street lights.
This service aims to establish a solid form and structure in young trees. It is important to guide, maintain and orient their growth within the early years of plantation. A tree that benefits from this type of pruning at a young age will encounter less structural weaknesses and deficiencies once they reach maturity. In addition, it is necessary to orient and shape the crown of a tree while taking into consideration the constraints of the site, any potential interferences to its growth, and its natural form.
For stump and root removal, we have two stump grinders that reach 12 to 25 inches below the ground. Our smallest stump grinder measures 36 inches wide, made to fit in most backyards. Our larger stump grinder is more suitable for front lawns and very large stumps. Both stump grinders are built to prevent any damage to the lawn or other areas of the property.