Memorable Moments from our Job: More Photos and Videos of our team hard at work.
Many of the videos on this page required precise, special cutting in order to safely remove. They require extensive knowledge and patience to cut. On certain jobs, the lift was required to use at full height to trim and/or remove. Our pictures represent the hard work and dedication our crew puts in everyday to provide customers with quality service.
This tree was climbed in Chester Gap, VA, on October 11, 2022. It was roughly 90 feet high. Climbed by owner Wayne Woodward.
*Storm Damage Removal, December 16, 2022- Ice Storm*
Pictured: A white oak tree from Willis Chapel United Methodist Church that was 7.5 feet diameter and had a circumference of 22 feet. It is estimated that the tree was at least 300 years old, possibly more. After the ice storm that Huntly received, Quality Tree Service, LLC was called in to safely remove the tree of a historical church building in the area.
Thursday, May 18, 2023- Collaboration and teamwork at its finest- Quality Tree Service LLC teamed up with Jesse Compton's Tree Service to remove a 115 foot large Tulip Poplar Tree. This tree hung over a pool, and required additional manpower. With Mr. Compton remaining a fine friend and colleague- the two crews worked safely together to remove the tree and ensure a happy customer. Teamwork accomplishes a lot, and Quality Tree Service acknowledges and thanks Mr. Compton for his assistance.
Before, During, After- October 30, 2023- Fall in the Shenandoah Valley
Memorable Moments from the job in Luray VA, the week of January 8-12, 2024.