Ivy-covered walls evoke a specific feeling of vintage buildings and a solemn old fashioned aesthetic that looks great in centuries-old universities and turn of the century mansions. However, it might not look that great on your own home. And even if it does, sometimes it can be too invasive or overwhelming. If there’s a lot of it then it might even end up damaging the actual structure. It is in such scenarios that you will probably be in need of an ivy topping and removal service to guarantee the upkeep of your structures.
What dies ivy topping and removal entail? Well, it’s the process that involves either trimming, controlling, or removing the ivy itself from buildings and structures. This a fairly simple process in concept, but not quite such in practice. It requires a lot of work and special tools. And since the task calls for working high above the ground to trim and control the ivy growing on the walls, it is best to have an experienced team to take care of it. After all, you don’t want to climb up on a ladder with some shears to snap at a bunch of ivy leaves and stems. Not only will it be hard work, but it is fairly dangerous if you have never done this before.
It is worth noting that ivy removal does not necessarily mean that it all has to go away. After all, you might still want it there for aesthetic purposes and you just want to take care of it and make it look nice. That is what ivy topping is for. Just let us know how much ivy you want and where, and we will make sure it all ends up looking just like you want it. Don’t hesitate to call us at (424) 404-8557 or send us an email to email@example.com and finally get rid of that pesky brush in your backyard.