Forest Salvage, Simcoe & Muskoka County, ON

We strive to make sure no wood is wasted, thanks to our forest salvage process.

Forest Salvage
When the trees surrounding your home fail to suit your current needs, due to size, type, excessive debris production, age, disease or damage, you may be hesitant to have them removed.  This is due to the fact that you know that trees are a great air purifier, and you have no desire to see them end up in the landfill.  In fact, you may be so concerned with the environmental impact that removing the trees will have that you fail to consider what would be best for your current situation and ability levels.  Even though you may be concerned with the environmental impact that removing the trees will have, if you are truly committed to retaining your property value while improving the appearance of your home, consider our forest salvage services.

Like you, at Wes’ Tree Service, we are dedicated to keeping as much wood and wood products out of the landfill as possible.  That’s why we offer our forest salvage services, taking wood from trees and turning that wood into slabs, lumber and unique pieces.  We are so concerned with ensuring that no wood goes to waste that we employ the services of an experienced sawyer who routinely comes to our building to turn forest salvage into usable lumber—which is then ready to be turned into other useful items such as vanity or table tops.  This wood could even be used for butcher block countertops in the kitchen.  If we can’t turn the trees into usable wood, we donate it to a local youth camp, where it is used to enhance their outdoor grounds.  Any wood left over from that will be processed by a local contractor for firewood.  As you can see, no usable wood is wasted, thanks to our forest salvage process.

If you are ready to remove unnecessary or damaged trees from your property, while feeling peace of mind in knowing that they will be recycled, contact us for our forest salvage services.  Let us assist you in keeping your property looking fabulous today.