Tree removal becomes necessary when a tree is diseased, dead, or dying, which not only causes an eyesore but may also pose a safety risk. Tree removal may also be needed when landscaping or new construction plans dictate removal or replacement.
It's important to use a licensed Tree Service company with trained and expert staff. Thousands of accidents - some deadly - occur each year in the US when home owners attempt their own large tree pruning or removal. "Dangerous tree removals" or "tight-spot removals", where power lines, businesses, homes, or other structures are close by, increase the importance of using an experienced tree removal company.
There are several methods used to take down a tree. Factors determining the removal method include: the tree's size, it's location, clearance distance, and safety concerns around the take-down perimeter. We use a combination of methods and devices, from boom trucks (cherry-pickers) to cabling and rigging, to ensure the safest and most efficient, economical removal for each client.
We always clean up each job site like it was our own home - often we hear "this is cleaner than when you started!" And it's up to you what we do with the wood: we can remove it completely or cut up branches into firewood or larger-sized pieces and stack it for you for your own use.
Our goal is to perform service within 24 hours of your call. We know folks want it done properly and promptly, so we strive to respond immediately to your call or web contact for a tree service estimate. Often we can even remove the tree immediately when we're on-site doing the estimate. During busy times, such as after a wind storm, our service times may be up to 48 or 72 hours. For catastrophes or dangerous removals, when timing is critical, we can rearrange schedules and respond immediately.