Tree Removal

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Tree removal can be a hazardous job in the hands of an amateur, especially trees that are close to your home, or near electrical wires. Chuck’s Tree Service has over 30 years experience removing trees from delicate or seemingly inaccessible places, and over 18,000 homeowners throughout the Merrimack Valley have trusted us with their tree removal needs. 

Each tree removal job varies in complexity, so our estimator will discuss with you the safest method for removing your tree and give you a free written proposal that will specify the work that we will be performed and the exact price it will cost. We can haul everything away, or leave the wood for you to split. Your estimator can give you several options.

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When it comes time to remove your tree, our crews will remove the tree(s) safely and efficiently. Our employees pride themselves on their ability to work together in coordination, and use hardhats with a built-in communication systems to ensure that everyone on the job site is being safe and aware of what is going on. They will work to bring the tree down without damage to your home, and with as little impact to the surrounding landscape as possible.

We believe that the clean-up phase is an equally important aspect of a job, and our crews will ensure that your property and service area will be kept as neat and tidy throughout the entire job. Upon job completion, our work areas will be thoroughly raked and leaf-blown to clear as much of the debris as possible. 

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Although tree removal is a last resort, there are circumstances when it is necessary.  We have the skills and equipment to safely and efficiently remove trees. We always provide thorough cleanup and disposal, and work to ensure as minimal impact to your property as safely or logistically possible.  

WE RECOMMEND REMOVAL WHEN A TREE IS:

Dead Or Dying

Dead or dying trees should be removed because over time they rot and become more likely to fall or uproot due to heavy winds.

Irreparably Hazardous

Trees, such as the one in the picture to the right can suffer significant damage that can’t be repaired, leading to future hazards.

Causing An Obstruction

Trees sometimes grow in poor places, such as in the way of a view, or over a swimming pool. 

Crowding Or Harming Other Trees

When trees grow in clusters, especially with invasive species such as Norway Maples, it can it can cause damage of the smaller surrounding trees.

Interfering WIth New Construction

Often, trees can be in the way of construction project such as a new addition, pool, or driveway. 

Chuck's Tree Service In Action
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POPULAR QUESTIONS

In most towns and scenarios, as long as the tree is on property that you own, and that property is not considered wetlands, then you do not need a permit to cut down your tree(s). 

Yes, we are fully-insured with both liability and workers compensation. 

Yes, you can keep the wood; however, depending on the logistics of the job, it may or may not impact the price. 

In order to remove a tree that is not on your property you must receive permission from your neighbor. You are allowed to trim your neighbor’s trees over your property.

Yes, when we provide a quote for tree removal or trimming, it will include removing the debris, unless it is discussed and noted otherwise.

No, stump grinding is an additional cost. 

No, we are not in the logging business. When most logging company removes your trees for free, they do so at the expense of your property and landscaping. Typically, they will only take the trees that are valuable to them, and will leave you with a huge mess to clean up and a significant landscaping bill. 

Get The Process Started By Requesting A Free Estimate

All of our tree removal and trimming jobs start with a free estimate, where we will come to your property and provide a written quote for the work you need done. Click below to learn more about what is involved in receiving an estimate, and to request yours today!