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What’s involved in the tree removal process?

We use special tools to cut the tree into a series of sections from the top to the bottom. This might be less exciting than a single giant chop at the base of the tree, but much safer. You never know where that tree will land!

Do I have to be home for the removal process?

No. As long as you can provide the contractors with access to the property, you do not need to be home for the process.

How much will the service cost?

The price of tree removal depends on a number of factors. The height of the tree plays a big role. The diameter matters, too. Other considerations include the condition of the tree, how easily accessible it is, what you’d like done with the trunk and branches after removal, and whether or not you want stump grinding. The removal process can cost anywhere from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand.

What Should I Look For In A Tree Service Company?

When you are looking for a team of professionals to provide you with all of your tree service needs, you want to look for a company that has a history of delivering quality, reliable service to its clients, and has the experience necessary to get the job done, and get it done right.

Why Should I Get My Trees Pruned?

There are a number of different reasons that trees need regular pruning, and these include things like safety, the beauty of your trees, as well as their health. Broken or dead branches can be a real nuisance, as well as a fairly serious hazard.

Will My Property Be Safe If I Have A Tree Removed?

We take all necessary precautions to ensure that your property is fully protected when we come out to remove one or more trees. We work hard to ensure that you don't sustain any damage to your home in the removal process, and do everything in our power to minimize the impact the removal has on your surrounding landscape.

What is involved in the stump grinding process?

The process of stump grinding is when a tree service professional grinds a tree stump down using specialized equipment, called a stump grinder. The grinding is done “below grade,” meaning all visible parts of the stumps and any exposed roots are turned to mulch a few inches deep.

Is it better to remove or grind a stump?

Grinding is much more efficient than stump removal, however, it does leave the tree's roots behind. If the stump is large, the chip pile produced can also be quite large, but the chips can be used as mulch for other plants in your landscape.

When Should I consider tree removal?

Although tree removal is a last resort, there are circumstances when it is necessary. Removal is recommended when the tree:

  • Is dead or dying.

  • Is considered irreparably hazardous.

  • Is causing an obstruction that is impossible to correct through pruning.

  • Is crowding and causing harm to other trees.

  • Has root problems.

  • Is to be replaced by a more suitable specimen.

  • Should be removed to allow for new construction.

What season is best for tree service?

We work year-round! In summer (the growing season of a tree), it is easiest to evaluate the health of the tree and do minor trimming or thinning. However, during the months of November through March (a tree’s dormant stage), it is the best time for the health of the tree to do the heavier pruning. Keep in mind that with no leaves on the tree, we have better visibility when working along roads. Our job is also made easier during this time, not only because there are no leaves, but also due to things like your flowers or lawn not needing to be avoided in order to be preserved.

Why is land clearing necessary?

Soil will also deplete in nutrients over time. Because of this, land clearing benefits farmers especially. Ridding the land of excess vegetation allows nutrients to get back into the soil, which allows farmers to grow successful crops. This is one of the biggest reasons why land clearing is important.

When is the Best Time to Cut Down my Tree?

If your tree is unstable and runs the risk of falling, call us right away. In non-emergency cases it is usually best to cut down trees when the leaves are gone. Leafless branches are lighter and less risky to remove. However, we can cut down trees regardless of the season.

Can I Request Firewood After the Tree is Removed?

Yes, you can request firewood from your removed tree. If this is your intention, please be sure to let our workers know before they cut down your tree. Also be aware that depending on the condition of the wood, collecting viable firewood may be difficult due to extensive insect activity or other factors. When storing bug-infested firewood, it is best to strip the bark so that bugs won’t be protected.

We highly recommend that you only use firewood from hardwood trees, which include elm, maple, oak, and ash. The wood from pine trees creates high levels of creosote when burned, which can create conditions for chimney fires.

Will There be a Mess Left Behind After Tree Removal?

After the tree removal there will be a dirt patch where your tree used to stand. If you decide to opt out of our stump grinding service, the stump will also remain in your yard. Other than that, our team always makes sure to clean up after themselves after every job.

Does your company carry liability insurance?

Absolutely! Tree removing, pruning and grinding is dangerous work. Should something go wrong with regards to your property we have the resources to reimburse you. Should something happen to the person performing the service you will not be held liable.

How often should I prune my tree?

Tree pruning is dependent upon the tree. Some fast-growing or ornamental trees should be pruned every year, other trees may only need pruning every 3-5 years. We can put together a pruning plan for you to keep your trees healthy and safe.

Why are my trees dying?

Trees decline, and die, like any other living organism. Sometimes a tree has simply reached the end of its natural life, and other times it may have a disease, an insect or mite infestation, or a fungus. Some of these are treatable problems if caught early enough, others are not. Give us a call and let us take a look at your trees today!

How do I know if my trees are healthy?

Do they look healthy, full of leaves, strong trunk with no obvious holes or damage? If so, that’s a good start, but not a guarantee. There are many problems that require an expert eye to spot, problems like codominant stems with included bark, poor branch structure, stem girdling roots, root rot or other decay, or insect infestations.

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