A: The Average cost to remove (or prune/trim) a tree ranges from $150 to $1500 depending on many different factors.
Here are some examples;
A: complete arbor management at your request. PRUNING & REMOVAL
This is the complete opposite of topping (which is a malpractice that jeopardizes the health of a tree) Trees are alive, and many people like to maintain them over the years to keep them thinned, healthy, and looking presentable. The professional practice of pruning dictates that no more than 25% of foliage can be removed, or else the tree will take a longer time to heal and become more susceptible to decay.
This is the complete dismantling of your tree from top to bottom. Many homeowners will decide to remove a tree on many occasions. For instance, the most common reason to remove a tree is because it is a great potential hazard. Indicators include:
A: Yes, the hourly rate varies for the 2 different types of service we offer:
CUT & LEAVE.
This is the economy package: On a budget? This price includes the dismantling and stacking of your trees without removing the debris. Stump grinding can still be offered separately.
A: The truth is that you should always have some level of concern depending on the size, leaning direction, and volume of the tree(s) in question. Some underlying factors that determine whether or not a tree is sustainable are listed as such:
Safety is our number one concern, we encourage it to be yours!
A: We handle most types of emergency services including:
It is very critical to have these removed as quickly as possible due to the risk involved.
We do not have the capability to assist with crane removals at this time
A: We are fully licensed and insured, we take this business seriously and we want our clients to take us seriously as well.
A: We accept all top 3 most common types of payment! This includes check, cash and credit. Clients using a credit/debit card for payment should be aware that there is a 3% charge for the total amount of the transactions
A: After every job we complete, we take upmost respect in our client's properties by trying our hardest to make it look like it did before we even started. This includes raking, blowing, and all other types of clean-up. Also.. if we spot any other small areas that look like they could use a touch up, you can be sure we will take it upon ourselves to lend a helping hand at no charge.
A: There are several things that we do during consultation:
At this time we can perform a basic assessment of trees including a site inspection, interviews with the client to determine the history of the tree/work site, inspection of potential hazardous conditions including wood decay, broken branches, parasites growth, soil condition and potential root hazards
There are several other factors that could lead to a sick tree including insects, disease, harmful practices (volcano mulching, tree toping, etc.), physical damage (broken/split branches), use of herbicides or different soil issues. We can diagnose these potential problems and recommend appropriate treatments.