Follow these simple tips for a successful tree removal experience.
In its simplest form, tree removal seems like a macho behavior. A crew of men pull up to a tree, climb up it, or use a machine to scale it, and they cut the whole thing down. Though it may appear this way to an outsider, tree removal requires an incredible balance between knowledge, experience, skill, and strength. Because of the intimate skill and danger involved with tree removal, we'd like to leave you with a few tips that will help make your next tree removal experience a pleasant one.
- Ensure your provider is fully insured: Tree removal is not easy, and accidents have happened in the past. Don't get burned by an uninsured provider.
- Consult with a Certified Arborist: One dimensional tree service providers will convince you that a tree must be cut down so they can win the job. A Certified Arborist can make an accurate assessment and also provide alternative solutions to any arboriculture issues.
- Think about your landscape: Cranes, bucket trucks, and climbers can all be utilized for tree removal. If your tree is in a delicate area, don't let your provider come cruising through in a bucket truck. Choose a tree climbing service instead.
These three tree removal tips are simple, but they are essential to consider before choosing your tree service provider. Ensure that your provider is certified by the Massachusetts Arbor Association and the International Society of Arboriculture, and be sure that they are fully insured and licensed in the state of Massachusetts. If you are wondering whether or not you need to have a tree removed, we recommend having a free consultation with a Cut-Rate Arborist. Call 978-223-4268 to find out more.