Humans can’t fly, as we are sure you already know. We don’t have long retractable claws for climbing either. So how does a tree service company climb up those trees in order to provide you with proper treecare? Well, that depends on the job and the tree. While none of the workers at the Parke Company are monkeys, they certainly know how to safely climb trees for proper repair without damaging the trunk or limbs.
Climbing trees for repair can oftentimes be tricky. The Parke Company uses ropes and bucket trucks in order to reach high areas of Nashville trees instead of spiked boots. Spiked boots can cut and scratch up the tree, which will make the plant susceptible to disease and insects. In order to prevent more problems for the tree, the Parke Company uses preventative measures to inspect, treat and repair the trees.
In order to avoid touching the tree altogether, the tree service will attempt treecare from a bucket truck. If a bucket truck can’t reach the tree, then the Parke Company will use an impressive rope technique in order to climb and service the tree. Not only is a vast array of physics at play when climbing and/or caring for trees, but also knot tying and safety. The Parke Company uses special measures for proper weight distribution and safety when a tree or branch must be removed.
Whether they’re working on a tree in Belle Meade Country Club or removing a tree from a front yard in East Nashville, the Parke Company is a tree service with years of experience in proper tree climbing that is both safe for employees and the trees. For more information on the Parke Company’s treecare or a consultation, please call 615-405-6548.