The Backyard Bucket: The Right Tool for Backyard Tree Problems
Have you ever had a problem that seemed unsolvable? Big or small, these kinds of problems take our attention and sometimes require a lot of extra work. But having just the right tool can make all the difference in the world. Opening a can without a can opener can be difficult and messy. With one, it’s a cinch.
Since Ping’s specializes in taking care of trees, we have a few tree-related tools at our disposal. These valuable tools often make things easier on us and you. One tool that really allows us to minimize the efforts of homeowners to get ready for us is the backyard bucket. This cleverly designed piece of equipment combines the capability of some of our larger trucks with the ability to access tight spaces. We have two backyard buckets. One can fit through a 45-inch opening; the other through an opening just 36 inches!
Just imagine that you have a beautiful oak tree in your backyard. It’s always been a part of your landscape since you bought the house; in fact, it’s probably been there for a hundred years or more. Then one night a line of thunderstorms blows through your area (as they are prone to do in central Indiana). Suddenly a bolt of lightning rips through the dark sky and strikes your stately oak. In the morning, you sadly survey the results of the storm and see that the tree sustained a direct hit and is now split down its center. You consult with an arborist and learn that your tree is beyond repair. It will slowly die and as it dies it will become more vulnerable to further damage. To avoid damage to your home and the homes of your neighbors, it is best to take it down.
Besides the fact that you hate to lose your tree, you now have another problem. A section of that new wooden fence that you put in last year will have to come down so that the necessary equipment can be brought to the tree. However, with the backyard bucket this becomes unnecessary. Although it is a tight fit, the backyard bucket can squeeze through a space of a mere 36 inches. Yet it still has the capacity to handle big jobs. It is also a valuable tool to use in a crowded space where the room needed for traditional tree equipment is not available.
For hard-to-reach trees that need tree care or tree removal in Marion County or the surrounding counties, check with us. We will take a look and give you a free estimate. Chances are we will have just the right tools to minimize your inconvenience and solve your tree problem!