You can resolve tree size issues and dead branches with pruning or trimming techniques. But some trees can be severely damaged, infected, or dry, and there is no way to help them. In such cases, you must remove the tree to save the rest of your garden.


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Removing a tree is dangerous task, especially if the tree is already hazardous or damaged!

These are the main reasons why you should remove trees from your property: 

  • The tree is dry and can easily fall and harm people or damage the property
  • A strong wind or storms have already damaged the tree trunk and crown beyond repair 
  • The tree shows visible signs of aggressive disease infection 
  • Pests, such as termites, have attacked or destroyed the tree   
  • The tree is growing too close to your house or other buildings 
  • The tree is growing too close to powerlines 
  • The tree is tilting to one side


While you can almost easily remove a small tree in one take, the process is still unpredictable and unsafe because of the debris. Taller, older trees are even more dangerous. You have to remove them piece by piece. Remove the branches first, and cut down the trunk after. If it is too big, divide it into smaller sections and remove one piece at a time until only the stump is left.

If you do not remove the tree properly, it can destroy other trees in your garden, break powerlines, harm people, or destroy any surrounding objects such as cars and buildings. 

Because we know how dangerous a tree removal process is, no matter the size of a tree, we offer several types of tree removal: hazardous, small, large, and super large tree removal.

Please note that rootball removal is not included in the tree removal service.