Tree Removal in Newton, Ma with Tree Spikes Cullins Service

  • 0
Tree Removal in Newton, Ma with Tree Spikes Cullins Service

Tree Removal in Newton, Ma with Tree Spikes Cullins Service

Tags : 

facebooktwittergoogle_plusrssyoutube
Cullins Service Tree Removal Equipment

Cullins Service Tree Removal Equipment

Cullins Service Tree Removal in Newton, Ma breaking in Buckingham Tree Spikes

Cullins Service tree removal Service –

will remove your trees. Just call us at 1-(617)-446-1382 or fill out Cullins Service online form. Cullins Service will come right over and give you a free tree removal or tree trimming estimate. Then we will schedule a time to remove your tree that is most convenient for you.

 

For this tree removal I will be breaking in my new titanium tree spikes from Buckingham –

I’m trying them out on a double pine that is too close to the sidewalk and has branches growing into cable lines. Of coarse I have on my Teufelberger

Cullins Service Tree Removal Climbing

Cullins Service Tree Removal Climbing

TreeMotion climbing Harness w/ lanyard Buckingham Rope Grab Length Adjustment Device. I was using a Buckingham saddle, but it didn’t feel that secure or comfortable. The treemotion harness fits nice and it gives me more maneuverability when I’m climbing around in a tree. I decided to use my Echo CS330T tree saw over my stihl MS 193T tree saw. I like both the saws, but the Echo is generally my go to saw. I just got a new Echo CS 355T top handle tree saw w/ a 16 in bar, and I can’t wait to try it out. I will be breaking in my Echo CS 355T Chainsaw soon. This was a fun climb, and the spikes were great. It was a easy removal which was nice so I could get used to the tree spikes. Everything went great the tree came down safely even though I was right next to some cable lines.

Cullins Service Tree Removal Newton View from the top

Cullins Service Tree Removal Newton View from the top

We were rained out the first day up, but were able to finish the job the next day. Life is pretty good when yo can enjoy your work and having the right equipment makes it even better. Hope you enjoy our video and work.

 

facebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterestmail

  • 0
Cullins Service Landscapers Cutting Bushes and Removing Bush Stumps Newton Property

Cullins Service Landscapers Cutting Bushes and Removing Bush Stumps Newton Property

Tags : 

facebooktwittergoogle_plusrssyoutube
Cullins Service Landscapers Cutting Bushes and Removing Bush Stumps Newton Property

Cullins Service Landscapers Cutting Bushes and Removing Bush Stumps Newton Property

This job came out of nowhere. We were just coming home from another job, and all of a sudden a gentleman appears out of nowhere.

He was a neighbor from just down the street. He had been doing work on his yard for a while now. Cullins Service are landscapers so when we see work being done in someones yard of course we wonder what they are doing. This guy was tearing up his whole yard, removing all his grass so Cullins Service knew it had to do w/ grass.

Anyway he approaches us and tells us he needs some bushes removed from his yard. So we say o.k. and follow him down the street to survey the job. We get down there and there are seven massive bushes to be cut and removed.  Cullins Service accepts the job.

So a couple days later we show up w/ a CS-330t Echo chainsaw, some chains, 4 inch 4000 lb straps and a special tool that made the job a lot easier a “spare tire”. We made short work of the tops of the bushes w/ our CS-330t Echo chainsaw. We put that CS-330t Echo chainsaw through a lot, and it still tears through everything like a beast. Just keep the chain sharp and go. Then We put the spare tire next to the stump, and put the chain over the top. What happens is instead of pulling the stump out straight (which in this case was  almost impossible) it pulls the stump up and out. If Cullins Service didn’t have the spare tire we would have been there all day digging and cutting.

So the customer was happy his bushes and stumps were removed. The next day he had grass sod put down, and his yard looks good.

facebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterestmail