Non-residential properties may have restrictions on the removal of trees used to.
Depending on company and labor costs, trimming and pruning in the Fairfax area can cost anywhere betweenandThis includes thinning, pruning, removal of dead branches and maintaining shrubs. Trimming and pruning is a good way to thin trees out to avoid a more costly tree removal.
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The City of Fairfax is committed to the letter and spirit of the Americans with Disabilities Act. To request Before issuing a Tree Removal Permit, the City may consider the following criteria upon receipt of a complete application: The overall tree canopy, before and after the proposed removal.
When a potentially hazardous tree is located on private property and is not in a position to threaten any public areas, then Fairfax County will not require the removal of the tree, but recommends that the property owner contact a private Certified Arborist or Registered Consulting Arborist for advice on how to handle the situation.
Possible solutions may include pruning to remove a branch with a weak.