Clearing is the process of cutting down a certain amount of trees on your property for aesthetic or practical reasons. At Arboxygène, we offer clearing and selective cutting services in Granby and its surroundings as well as on the south shore of Montreal.
There are many reasons why you should consider clearing or selectively cutting your trees. Let’s take stock.
You can proceed with the clearing or the selective cutting of your trees to free your land in order to create a playground, a garden or to build a construction (house, shed or garage). In this case, all trees within the defined area shall be felled without exception.
Clearing or selective cutting are also interesting solutions if you wish to create frequented paths in the middle of your woods so that you can walk and enjoy nature in complete safety.
In some cases, you have no choice but to cut down diseased trees on your property so that diseases and fungi do not spread to healthy plants. In this case, it is strictly speaking a selective cut.
Finally, it is sometimes necessary to cut down certain trees that hinder the growth of others by preventing the sun from reaching them for example. Those infected with diseases and fungi must also be eradicated.
Whenever possible, we always recommend that you call a professional for this type of work. The latter has the knowledge and equipment necessary to complete the mission safely, quickly and efficiently. Also, having a certain level of experience is essential to be able to direct the fall of trees so that they do not cause damage.
The company is managed by an expert arborist, son of a Hydro-Quebec tree trimmer and grandson of a lumberjack. We put at your disposal qualified professionals who will be able to offer you ecological and environmentally friendly solutions. Moreover, we equip them with the right tools to carry out the clearing or the selective cutting of your trees in the best conditions in order to provide results that meet your expectations.
To obtain additional information on our services or to call on us, you can contact us by phone at 450-521-2820, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or directly fill out the online contact form on our website. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week throughout the Greater Montreal, Eastern Townships and Laurentians.