How much does tree trimming cost?
The price of tree trimming, pruning, and removal of branches all depends on your tree. When you contact a Supreme Tree Expert about tree trimming or pruning services, they’ll visit your property for free to examine your tree’s needs with you and provide an honest and realistic service estimate based on a number of factors including:
- tree type
- Client needs
- Time requirement
What season is best for tree service?
We work year-round! In summer (the growing season of a tree), it is easiest to determine the overall health of a tree and perform minor trimming or thinning. The best time to do the heavier pruning and maintenance falls anytime between November through March (a tree’s dormant stage). Keep in mind that with no leaves on the tree, we have better visibility when working along roads.
When is the best time for tree removal?
We view tree removal as a last resort, but there are times when it is necessary. That’s something our trained arborists can determine during a walkthrough and estimate of the necessary service.
We recommend the removal of a tree if it:
- Is dead or dying
- Is hazardous
- Is causing an obstruction that can’t be remedied with trimming
- Is causing harm to other trees
- Has root damage
- Needs to be removed for construction reasons
What is an arborist and what do they do?
An arborist, sometimes called a tree surgeon, is an individual trained in the art and science of planting, caring for and maintaining trees. Their work includes, but is not limited to, planting, pruning, structural support, preventing or treating disease and removing invasive plants or pests.
Are you city owned or operated?
No, we are 100% privately owned and operated
What kind of properties do you service?
We service estates, houses, condos, large yards, open lots, and every type of residential service needed. We are also experts when it comes to commercial sites like golf courses, corporate real estate, construction, malls, schools, universities, and government municipalities.
What do you do with trees/branches you remove from my yard?
All debris, limbs and wood is recycled. Some of our customers will ask us to leave wood behind for their own use, we’ll have our crew cut and split to size for firewood. When the project involves the removal of diseased or rotted limbs, the softwood is chipped on site and then hauled to our yard, our team then converts it into mulch. The remaining wood that is too large is hauled away in one of our trucks. Occasionally, customers will request the woodchips be distrubuted on thier yard.
Why should I hire someone who is licensed and bonded to remove my tree?
As stated above, someone who is not licensed most likely has not completed extensive safety and tree trimming/removal training, nor do they carry adequate coverage should something happen to your home or property during tree removal. That could spell disaster in terms of legal fees and present a huge problem if the tree
- Few things that are important you mention in the insurance section:
- We have full range liability insurance up to $1-2 Million: General Liability & Worker’s Comp
- ALL of our employees are on our Worker’s Compensation – this is important because most of our competitors & other tree service companies exempt their employees from worker’s comp, so they are not protected. (They do that to be able to provide lower bids)
- Sidenote: This is why our bids may seem expensive or higher to consumers. However, we are one of the few companies that have full coverage for all employees.
- We have a contractor’s license for both landscaping (C-27) & a license to provide tree removal & trimming (D-49). Again, most of our competitors only operate with a C27 license (landscape) which does not allow them to perform tree removal or trimming.
- License #: 1002853