Tree removal is done to remove dead and dying trees, as well as those that have become dangerous. Moving can also be useful in eliminating competition for light and space, so that the remaining plants can grow and thrive better. In some cases, trees can also be removed to allow for new construction, home extensions and provide free space for those structures. There will be a big difference in price between the removal of a tree that you schedule a few weeks or days in advance and the one you need as soon as possible.
In general, smaller trees cost less than larger trees, as do more accessible trees. We offer a same-day emergency tree removal and storm damage service for when the trees on your property present an imminent threat that must be addressed immediately. With the exception of emergency tree removal, most homeowners often seek to remove trees as part of a larger garden project. During the winter months, when trees are inactive, pruning them will cause less stress and leave them ready to grow again in spring.
On the other hand, a tree that has actually fallen, as long as it hasn't created an emergency, is actually much cheaper to cut and transport than a living tree. Removing a tree in an open space is faster and presents fewer obstacles than removing a tree that grows flush with your house. If you like having a tree in your garden, but want to move it to a different location on your property, consider transplanting it. Tree removal prices depend on the size of the tree in question and, in general, it costs more to remove large trees than small ones.
Often, tree workers must remove trees that grow in confined spaces near homes, utility lines, and other sensitive areas. We can even plant new trees so that your garden starts from scratch with young, healthy trees placed the right way, to improve your property instead of getting in the way. In addition, felling trees allows more sunlight to reach the smaller trees below, giving them the opportunity to grow.