FAQ

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Yes, we give free estimates. Simply Contact Us and we will schedule a time to complete your estimate.

Yes, we are fully licensed and insured.

We know this is scary. We’re here for you! When disaster strikes, we’re only a phone call away. Call us any day or time when Emergency Services are needed.

By its very nature, tree work is dangerous and should only be done by a professional. Liability insurance is important because it protects you, the homeowner, and your property from potential risk and damage.

We proudly offer our tree services to Middle Tennessee and North Alabama. See our Services Page for more information.

Yes, we specialize in large and small tree trimming and removal near and around structures or power lines.

Trees need regular trimming or “pruning” for safety reasons, aesthetics, and proper tree health. Broken or dead branches can be dangerous if they fall. Tree branches need to be trimmed to prevent them from causing damage to your home or other structures. Pruning trees not only gives them a better appearance but also helps the tree grow more evenly so it can live a long, healthy life.

Yes, we will always leave removed trees for property owners to use as firewood if requested. Please let us know you would like to keep the wood before the job is started.

There are many warning signs that a tree may be dead or dying. First, look for trunk damage. Are there vertical cracks visible on the tree? Second, check the branches for leaves during a time of the year when they should be covered in leaves. If there are no leaves, the tree could be a danger to you and your home. Next, check the tree’s root system. Is the tree leaning? Lastly, check your tree trunks and branches for fungus. Fungus usually indicates your tree is experiencing internal rot and may be dead or dying. If you’re unsure, please Contact Us and we will gladly come asses the trees on your property. Dead trees need to be removed as soon as possible to prevent disease spreading, damage, injury, or death.

Stump Grinding is the removal of a tree stump after the tree has been removed. This is necessary to prevent infestations of termites and other pests.

Yes, it is the homeowner’s responsibility. Trees can cause thousands of dollars in damage to electrical lines that run from power poles to their home. This expense can be avoided by regularly trimming any limbs or branches that may cause risks.

Yes, we offer clean up services once a job has been completed. However, if you wish to clean the debris up yourself and use the wood for firewood, that is also an option.

We currently accept cash or checks. Payment is requested once a job has been completed.

Yes, we specialize in large tree removal. No tree is too big.

Trees that are leaning, cracked, rotting, covered in vines or fungus, or have bare branches may pose a risk to you and your home. Please Contact Us to assess your tree’s health.

No, you do not have to be present while we work. However, if you want to watch, you can do that, too!

No. We strongly advise our customers to hire a professional to perform any tree care needs. Tree professionals are equipped with the knowledge of tree physics & biology, proper tools, advanced cutting techniques, and more. Homeowners who attempt their own tree removal may be injured by falling limbs, malfunctioning equipment, or the tree itself.