Removing a tree is not a DIY job. It requires a tree service company with the experience, equipment, skills, and safety record to do it properly.
We Eat Trees For Breakfast!
We would prefer to use our expertise to preserve your trees, but there are times when removal becomes necessary. Our experienced tree care professionals can help you determine whether or not a tree can be saved, or if it would be better to remove the tree.
The Tree Service Professionals at American Climbers take pride in safely removing trees from nearly any landscape. We take great care so as not to damage property or structures and our experienced tree care professionals will be onsite to make sure all of our staff are following the highest safety standards.
Not sure if your tree should be removed? We'll inspect your tree and give you our professional opinion. You can also check out the common signs that it's time to take out a tree (just click the button below).
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Quick, Safe & Affordable
Tree removal, particularly in tight spaces or near structures (such as your home), is definitely not a DIY job. It requires specialized equipment, including safety equipment, and extensive skills and training to do it efficiently, properly and safely.
American Climbers has state-of-the-art equipment designed specifically for tree removal, including one of the first grapple saws in the USA. Cranes, bucket trucks, and huge chippers let us handle even the largest trees with ease while keeping our crews and customers safe.
Get a Tree Removal Estimate
Call or contact us today to schedule a tree inspection. We have flexible hours so our estimator can meet you when it fits your schedule.
We'll be able to tell you if you tree can be saved instead of needing to be cut down (sometimes, all it takes is some well-placed pruning). But if it should be removed for safety or other reasons, we'll give you an estimate on the spot - in writing.
TREE Removal Tips & FAQs
In most cases, you do not need a permit to cut down a tree on your property. However, it is important that you make sure the tree actually belongs to you before you have it cut. The state’s illegal tree cutting law dictates that damaging or cutting down another person’s tree can make you liable for an amount that is three times the value of the tree!