Tree removal can be a necessary part of a sound landscape management program, especially when trees are damaged by storms, pests, or disease.
At Barts Tree Service, removal is normally thought of as the last resort, but many trees must be removed for safety and to make way for younger, healthier landscape plantings. Often trees are located too close to your house which can cause roof damage, leaky gutters, and roof or siding damage which necessitates removal. Dying trees that cannot be saved or dead trees in close proximity to residential properties should also be removed before a windy storm can knock them down, possibly landing on your home.
Not sure if a tree should be removed?
Here’s our description of how to identify hazardous trees and some suggestions for what actions to take.
Tree Removal Options
There are several tree removal options for you to consider, each of which can affect the final cost of the job. Here are some things for you to think about:
- Can the branches and limbs be chipped into a pile for you to use? Or can they be chipped into the woods, rather than being removed?
- Will you clean-up after the tree has been felled and cut up, or would you like Barts Tree Service to do all the clean-up work?
- Would you like us to leave firewood logs on site for you to split or remove?
- Will the stump be ground away?
We’ll help you decide which option is best for you, we’ll discuss with you the safest method of removing your tree, and we’ll provide a free estimate for each job.
Tree removal can be a hazardous job in the hands of an amateur, especially trees that are close to your home, overhead wires, or that have defects. Don’t take chances with your safety – give Barts a call at 203-240-1302.