We get questions about the in’s and out’s of professional tree removal every day. We’ve compiled a tree removal FAQ to answer these questions and help you determine what to do with that tree in your yard.
Tree Removal FAQ #1: What’s involved in the tree removal process? During the process, qualified tree removal experts from our company 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. At We Care Tree Care, we use special rigging equipment to remove large trees. That allows us to lift the tree without letting it fall to the ground, thus minimizing risk of damage to your home and property. we follow all the latest industry standards to ensure your safety and ours.
Tree Removal FAQ #2: Do I need a permit to remove a tree? Maybe. Some municipalities in the area do require a permit for removing trees. It often depends on the size and the location of the tree, whether the tree is a hazard, whether it is a street tree, an invasive species, etc. The arborists at We Care Tree Care can help you determine whether permits apply and assist you in obtaining them.
Tree Removal FAQ #3: 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.
Tree Removal FAQ #4: How much will the service cost? The price of tree removal depends on a number of factors. The size of the tree plays a big role. The diameter of the trunks 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 many thousand. Make no mistake: this work is complex, time consuming, and dangerous.
Tree Removal FAQ #5: Is it ok to remove trees close to the house? A towering tree close to your house can provide important shade and shelter, along with impressive beauty. Sometimes, though, that nearby tree can pose a serious threat. Growing branches can scratch and bang up the siding or roof of the house. A buildup of leaves and sticks on the roof can contribute to rot. The roots of a large tree can destroy the foundation of your home, causing cracking and other issues. A tree near the house might require more careful planning and work to remove, but it can be done safely by a reputable tree service company. To help you decide whether the tree next to your home has to go, schedule an appointment with the experts at We Care Tree Care. You can also rest assured that the team at We Care Tree Care will not rush you into removal if its not necessary. Our expert arborists have extensive experience and skills. They can help you determine the health of the tree, the extent of its damage, whether its life could be spared, and if so, how.
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