Tree Cycle will always work with the homeowner to preserve a tree through thoughtful pruning, but when necessary large and dangerous trees must be removed.

Here a home builder has killed a Red Alder by impacting the tree's root system. In this case, tight quarter removal is necessary. The experienced Tree Cycle crew removes the dead tree with precision and care. (Click on image to enlarge)

Topping trees is the wrong method of pruning and often leads to the death or disfigurement of the tree. This Western Hemlock (the Washington State tree) was badly topped and never recovered. Careful tree removal was prescribed and executed. (Click on image to enlarge)

Power lines and trees do not mix. A more suitable tree will be planted here after the stump is removed by a stumpgrinder. (Click on image to enlarge)

Storm damage is all too common in the Seattle and Puget Sound Region. This close quarter pine was topped in prior years and a pocket of decay enabled the re-grown top to easily break under a moderate wind. In this picture, the Tree Cycle crew lowers the tree piece by piece to the ground, leaving the homeowner's property clean and free of impact. (Click on image to enlarge)

From small trees to tall trees, Tree Cycle cares about your property and the health of your trees. Here a maturing Douglas Fir is removed after irreversible root rot was discovered. (Click on image to enlarge)

In a natural forest setting when a tree becomes overgrown little hazard exists, but when two Black Cottonwoods towered over the residence below (not pictured) creating a dangerous situation, removal was necessary. (Click on image to enlarge)

Urban trees, like this Port-Orford Cedar, can grow close to utility lines. In these dangerous situations the tree should be removed by a professional. (Click on image to enlarge)

Do not let this happen to your home or trees! This Old Growth Douglas Fir exhibited clear signs of root decay before falling onto the house. Tree Cycle believes prevention is always the best course of action when you are faced with this type of risk. (Click on image to enlarge)