Frequently Asked Questions
Why choose us?
Our company has over 20 years of experience, and are dedicated to making sure all of our customers are happy with the quality of work we provide.
When should I have a tree removed?
The tree is hazardous and in danger of falling
– The tree is dead or dying
– The tree is crowding your other trees and preventing them from growing
– To make room for new construction
– Tree is causing damage to property
Why choose someone who is licensed and insured?
The tree service industry can be a dangerous industry and you should always make sure you choose a professional. Always choose someone who is insured with both general liability and workers compensation insurance in order to protect you and your property, and always remember if you have any doubts you can always call and verify their coverage through their insurance carrier.
How do you determine price?
There are many different aspects that go into determining the price of your job. When we look at a job we have to look at the size of the tree, how close it may be to a structure, whether it close to a powerline or other hazard, and also the accessibility of the tree. Then you also have to figure in the cost of disposal of the debris.
When is the best time to trim trees?
The ideal time to trim your trees is November to March because during this time most trees are dormant during this time which means they are less likely to be affected by disease and vulnerable to insect activity.
How long will it take to do my job?
The amount of time it takes to do your job can vary widely from a few hours to a few days, depending on many factors such as the size of the tree and also where it is located. When we give you a quote we should be able to give you an estimated time of how long the job will take.
Can I keep the firewood from trees you cut down for me?
Yes, if you want to keep any wood from a tree we cut down for you, you can. For an additional fee we can assist in processing it for you.
Do I need to be home for you to give me an estimate?
No, if you are not home when the estimate is given we are more than happy to call and discuss it with you after we visit the property and leave a written estimate if you would like.