The Best Tree Services in Park City, Utah

Tree Trimming

We can remove dead, diseased or overgrown branches from your tree. Your tree may need a trim to increase sunlight penetration to the interior and to promote overall tree health. It’s also smart to remove branches that can be hazardous. Tree trimming requires use of proper tools and techniques to prevent damage to the tree and also to yourself and property. 

Tree Removal

First, we access the tree and it’s surroundings. Then we take into consideration the size, location and health of the tree in order to determine the best method of removal. Trees are so beneficial for the environment so before removing we try to consider whether it can be saved through pruning & other tree services.

Stump Grinding & Stump Removal

Stump Removal

Stump removal is the process of removing the remaining portion of a tree trunk after it has been cut down. There are a few different methods to removing a tree stump but the best method is  determined by the size and location of the stump. 

Stump Grinding

Stump grinding involves using a specialized machine to grind the stump down to ground level. Stump grinding method is best used for large tree stumps and requires a rotating cutting wheel to shred the wood into small chips.

Manual Removal

While manual stump removal is the most labor intensive method for stump removal, it is the most environmentally friendly. Manual removal involves digging around the tree stump with a shovel or other digging tools to then expose the roots. The roots are then cut away and removed completely. This method is best used for smaller tree stumps that are easily accessible.

Bush & Shrub Hand Trimming

Hand Trimming

Hand trimming involves manually clipping bushes and shrubs with hand-held equipment to shape and maintain them. For small to medium-sized bushes and shrubs, hand trimming is a precise and kind form of pruning that is especially helpful. Trimming using machines can burn and cause damage to the plants; that’s why we opt to use hand trimming methods.

Rose Bushes

In order to stimulate the shrub to produce new blooms, it is crucial to remove all of the spent flowers and their stalks. The rose bush must be shaped in a balanced and symmetrical manner, with cuts made at a small angle right above a leaf node. It is crucial to use sharp, well-maintained tools, remove any dead, sick, or broken canes, and shape the rose bush in these ways.


It’s important to keep in mind that different shrubs require different pruning techniques. For instance, spring-blooming shrubs such as lilacs and forsythia should be clipped as soon as their blooming period is over. Conversely, summer or fall blooming plants like hydrangea, butterfly bush, and caryopteris should be pruned in late winter or early spring.

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