Why We Use Tree Chippers
Wood chippers are a prime piece of equipment in the removal of trees. They provide a simple and fast solution to the issue of where to put a large, bulky tree. Logs take a long time to refine into usable wood, whether for building or fire, especially if the lumber is not well suited for either of those purposes due to knotting, infection, or natural damage.
Tree surgeons, or tree removal services, often utilize wood chippers to grind down the remains of the tree and haul it away more easily. These wood chips can be used aesthetically in gardens to improve their visual design. They are also used, as other types of bark or woodchips are, as a mulch or ground cover. Wood chips preserve moisture, protect the soil and plants they surround, and soak up excess water that might otherwise over-water any surrounding plants
After using the wood chipper, the tree specialists may distribute the wood chips at their current location, wherever need, or they might haul them off to be sold or used at a later job. After a tree has been cut and, in some cases, uprooted, the barren ground may benefit from a shallow cover of newly refined wood chips.
The wood chipper is a simple solution to a large problem, and is a smart investment for tree removal companies.