We here at San Antonio Tree Surgeons are grateful and humbled to be chosen to take care of the trees at the historic Alamo. Anyone who has visited the Alamo knows of the amazing landscape and arboriculture around the historic site. There are trees that are thriving there that were transplanted there in the 1800’s. Their limbs swoop beautifully down close to the ground and these limbs are cabled to keep their integrity and to keep them from posing a hazard to visitors.
Here we have some images of our work we did on the removal of 2 decaying palm trees. They had boring insects and had to began to decay so it was time to get them removed and replaced. Our crew started work at 7pm at night after all of visitors of the Alamo left. We had little daylight to work with and had to use a 50 ft man lift for safety as well. I could not be more proud of the hard work our tree crew put in to get this done correctly and safely. This has started an ongoing working relationship with the Alamo and we are beaming with pride of the trust they put in San Antonio Tree Surgeons on their projects.