Tree Removal NJ


Tree Removal Service

Professional tree removal service by licensed, experienced, highly trained, and skilled tree climbers and ground crews.

Our tree removal methods vary depending on the size, age, species, condition, and location of your tree. The safety of your home, business, property, family, and employees is always our number one priority.

We are specialists in the removal of hazardous and large trees that are dead, dying, seriously diseased, or in extreme decay.

We have the professional climbers, equipment, and experience to handle any complex or dangerous situation. We offer a free assessment and a timely response with the cost of a tree removal.

If You Need Emergency Tree Removal Service
We Make Every Effort To Respond Quickly

Trained Professionals

Removing a tree requires trained and qualified professionals. Strategic tree removal can enable competing species to develop and mature. A tree that is interfering with the health and vigor of other trees, or is a threat to buildings, driveways, or utility wires may have to be removed.
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Tree Removal Services - What to Expect

Tree removal on both residential and commercial properties can be very challenging. Many neighborhood trees are surrounded by other desirable and valuable plantings or buildings. Certain trees may pose a threat to the public.

Especially large trees require carefully planned dismantling by highly trained personnel using state-of-the-art equipment to ensure the protection of your home, office building, other structures, or the landscaping on your property.

Removing Upper Branches for Tree Removal
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The use of specialized equipment required is determined by the conditions of your property, the tree’s branch architecture, and the soundness of the tree itself.

A standard tree removal includes taking down a tree, chipping all brush, cutting all wood into logs, and cutting the stumps as flush as possible to the ground. We provide stump removal and disposal services depending your specifications.

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The Cost of Removing a Tree

There are many factors that go into estimating the cost of removing a tree. The size of the tree, its total circumference, and the diameter of the tree trunk are major factors in determining the amount of labor, prep time, and equipment required.

The cost of removing a dead tree or a tree that has already fallen
requires much less time and labor than cutting down a healthy
living tree.

The location and accessibility of a tree to be cut down must also be considered if special equipment will be required to protect a home or other structures on a property. The presence of power lines, fences, and other landscaping features must also be considered in the tree removal cost.

Often a crane is required for trees that are badly decayed, difficult to reach, or lean over a house or other structure. With the crane, we can move large limbs, branches, and trunks to a safe distance away.

The species of the tree is also a determining factor as some trees
are more difficult to take down than others.

Safe tree removal requires knowledge, experience, and the right equipment. The cost varies dramatically based on the situation and your needs.

Please contact us for a free assessment and to arrange for safe tree removal utilizing the most sophisticated equipment.

Tree Removal – A Last Resort

Although tree removal is most often a last resort, there are circumstances when it is necessary. It’s a very dangerous and delicate undertaking and should only be performed by highly skilled and qualified professionals. When determining whether a tree should be removed, we take the following into consideration:
  • Defects in the Tree
  • Species of Tree
  • Size and Age of the Tree
  • Site Conditions Surrounding the Tree
  • Weather and Climate Conditions
  • Possible Targets (Anything that can be damaged by tree failure)
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Sometimes There are Alternatives to Removing a Tree

If you would like to save a tree there may be an alternative approach. Proactive tree care can be done to save some trees. If a tree requires supplemental support, cabling and bracing may be used to help prevent injuries such as branch failure and to help provide protection from future storm damage.

If the tree has been damaged, there still may be enough strong, healthy limbs to save it. If it is a young tree and the leader and structure for branching is intact, the tree may be able to recover. Sometimes a tree will just need a little time. Even a mature tree may be able to recover from damage. The right professional can assess the damage on any tree that is borderline.

A tree usually is unsalvageable if:
  • The trunk is split or more than 50% of the crown is gone.
  • The inner core of the trunk is rotted.
  • All that remains is the trunk and a small number of branches which won’t be able to provide enough foliage to help the tree to survive another growing season
  • The tree has lost too much of its leafy crown.

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Our Clients Love the Work We Do…

“Justin,  I just wanted to let you know that your team did an outstanding job today cutting down several trees for us at our Richard Mine Road Properties. From crane setup to removing the trees to cleanup your team made it like the trees were never there. Your team does great work and I just wanted to let you know, thank you. “

Ken Nydam | Building Engineer
CBRE – Asset Services – Budd Lake, NJ