Frequently Asked Questions
Below are the most commonly asked questions about our services.
Frequently Asked Tree Care Questions
Yes, not only are we licensed and bonded, we are fully-insured with both liability and workers compensation insurance. Copies of our insurance are available by request.
There are many reasons why you would want to remove a tree that is on your neighbors property, and in order to do it lawfully, you will need to receive their permission. Regardless of how much the tree may be impacting your yard, if the tree is not on your property, than you need permission to cut it down.
Yes, you can trim your neighbor’s tree if it is hanging over your property.
No, your neighbors are not legally responsible for maintaining their trees over your yard.
Yes, if you would like to keep the wood from your tree you can keep it; however, please note that depending on the job, it may not impact the price, especially if you only want to keep the smaller pieces.
PLEASE NOTE: WE DO NOT CUT, MOVE, OR STACK FIREWOOD.
On average, we receive 100 FREE estimate requests every week. We value every estimate request that we get, and we try to get to them as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, that means that we have to give them on our schedule and we do not make appointments.
We do our best to get to every estimate request as quickly as possible.
If you are in a rush to get your trees worked on, the best course of action is to tag (mark) the trees that you would like worked on. This can be done with spray paint, yarn, string, rope, trash bags, etc. Simply call us, go over the job in detail with our office, and then tag the trees. That way, our estimator can leave an estimate if you are unavailable when we are in your area doing estimates.
TIP: Don’t spray paint trees that you want to have trimmed!