Category Archive: Blog Post

Felling a dead tree: risks you should be aware of

Abattage d'un arbre mort : les risques à savoir

Felling a dead tree: risks you should be aware of On your property, do you have a tree that appears to be sick, dead or dying? Would you like to have cut down all the way to ground level? Before you do anything, whether you live in a rural area or an urban area, whether […]

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When should you cut tree branches?

Couper des branches d'arbres

When should you cut tree branches? Do you have several trees and bushes that you’d like to maintain in good health with well-balanced, full branches and foliage? For optimal results, you should give your trees regular maintenance. In that regard, you’re probably asking yourself a thousand and one questions like why prune a tree? How […]

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Le processus pour l'essouchement d'un arbre

The process for removing a tree stump Do you want to have a tree cut down, but you’re wondering what you’re going to do with the stump? Are you torn between preserving the stump of your freshly cut tree in a planter or in its natural state (leaving it to rot in the soil) and […]

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What you need to know before felling a tree on your land

couper un arbre sur son terrain

Are you thinking about cutting down one or more trees on your property? Whether you live in Laval, Montreal, Brossard or anywhere else in Quebec, you should be aware that tree felling is subject to regulations and must be performed by a qualified professional. Cutting down a tree on your land must be done safely […]

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7 reasons to have a tree cut down

On your property, do you have a tree that you would like to have cut all the way down to ground level? Have you noticed that one of your trees is diseased or nearly dead and you’d like to remove it? Before you do anything, you should know that the municipalities regulate tree felling and […]

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What’s the price for tree felling on the South Shore?

abattage d'arbre - rive-sud de Montréal

Do you need to cut down one or more trees on your property? Whether you live in Longueuil, Brossard, Boucherville, Saint-Antoine-sur-Richelieu or any other city on the South Shore of Montreal, you should be aware that tree felling is subject to regulations and must be performed by a qualified professional. Before embarking on the formalities, […]

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Tree felling on the South Shore: who to call and what permits to obtain

abattage d'un arbre sur la Rive-Sud de Montréal

Felling a tree consists of cutting it down completely using any one of several different methods. Obviously, this type of work must be done safely, as it involves certain risks. Contrary to what some may think, it takes more than just a ladder and a chainsaw to cut down a tree. When is tree felling […]

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What to do and who pays when the wind knocks down a tree

arbre tombé sur la maison à cause du vent

When Mother Nature lets loose, even the most prepared among us can find ourselves facing significant damage. In fact, strong winds and gusts can cause severe damage to your property, your vehicle and the surrounding trees. Was one of your trees blown over by the wind? Keep reading to learn what to do in a […]

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The ABCs of tree maintenance

entretien arbres

In an urban environment, trees require proper, regular maintenance in order to grow, remain in good health and maximize their longevity. On top of that, if they aren’t maintained, they can represent a risk to the people and infrastructure (such as electrical wires, buildings, balconies, cars, etc.) around them. It’s strongly recommended to call on […]

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Finding (and choosing!) a certified arborist

Découpage d'arbre en hauteur par arboriculteur certifié

Do you want to remove dead branches from a tree and have it trimmed? Do you have a tree that you think needs to be pruned? To maintain the health of your trees and ensure the safety of the people and buildings around them, call on the services of a certified professional arborist. A qualified […]

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