Sky’s The Limit Tree Service has provided exceptional work for clients on the eastern and southern coasts of the US. Here are some of the projects have done:
We were contracted by the Decatur Housing Authority to remove over 80 trees and grind their stumps.
November 2017-February 2018
In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, we were contracted by Ceres Environmental in Palm Beach County, FL, to remove dangerous trees and tree limbs for the entire area, which included more than 200 public schools. We also trimmed and removed over 15,000 trees and hauled more than 24,000 cubic yards of debris.
We were contracted by AshBritt in Pinellas and Collier Counties, FL, to remove dangerous trees and tree limbs from roadside rights-of-ways.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, we were contracted by CrowderGulf in Lee County, FL, to haul debris and trim and remove hazardous trees.
October 2016-February 2017
In the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, we were contracted by Fernandina Beach, FL, and Charleston and Beaufort, SC, to remove dangerous trees and tree limbs.
We were contracted in Decatur, IL, to clear a roughly mile-long stretch of trees and brush on the embankment adjacent to the lake on E US Rte 36.
Our company and several other tree service crews were contracted by Barnwell County, SC, after a North American winter storm with snow and ice hit the southern and eastern coasts of the US. We trimmed over 11,200 rights-of-way trees and removed more than 300 hazardous trees.
We were contracted by Choice Group Properties to trim and elevate the trees in all 379 occupied lots of a mobile home community called “Park City” in Decatur, IL. In addition, we removed more than 50 trees.
April 2013-July 2013
We were contracted for Operation Timber Strike, where we cleaned various areas of Sioux Falls, SD, after a devastating ice storm hit the city. Our team trimmed over 1,400 trees, removed more than 200, and hauled over 7,500 tons of debris.
After a record-setting nor’easter snowstorm, we were contracted to remove hangers and leaners from roadside rights-of-way for the Connecticut Department of Transportation.
We were contracted in Floral Park, NY, to remove dangerous tree limbs over power lines and rights-of-way after Hurricane Sandy, the largest Atlantic hurricane on record, hit the area.
February 2009-April 2009
In the aftermath of Hurricane Ike, we were contracted in Galveston, TX (Bolivar Peninsula), to trim over 1,300 trees and remove more than 200.
September 2008-February 2009
In the aftermath of Hurricane Ike, we were contracted in Houston and the rest of Harris County, TX, to remove dangerous trees and tree limbs from roadside rights-of-way. We trimmed over 6,000 trees and removed more than 300.