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Your Tree Service Removal Company In Pinellas County Since ‘1989’

Are you looking for a tree service removal company in Pinellas County? Then you have come to the right place.  In short, there could be many reasons why a tree might need to be removed, for example, decay, lightning damage or its declining.  With this in mind, depending upon the location, condition and size of the tree, we will choose the most efficient method for removal. Furthermore, the professionals at Happy’s Tree Service will know just what to do.

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Before Tree Removal, We will Discuss These Factors With You :

•  Using a bucket truck, crane, or climbing the tree.

•  Getting log trucks and chipper to the area.

•  Structures that might be damaged.

Happys Tree Service doing crane work

Property Owners In Pinellas County Should Consider:

• First, safest way to remove the tree;

• Removal of debris;

• Grind stump or cut tree as close to ground as possible;

• Equipment being on the yard;

• Are underground utilities or septic tank a problem;tree removal clearwater fl

• Would you like to keep the wood;

• Some customers like to keep grindings for mulch;

Tree Service Removal Company That Uses State Of The Art Equipment

Before you hire a tree service removal company:

1. Will they provide an up-to-date certificate of insurance and a copy of their work contract?  Important to realize, you want to ensure they are properly insured and that you will not be liable for damage, accidents or injuries.

2. Will they give you a detailed estimate? Be sure to get a written a detailed estimate and understand the scope of the job, which leads into the next question.

3. How will the job be approached and what equipment will they use? Of course, you don’t want massive power equipment driving over your lawn and flowerbeds causing collateral damage. If they are going across your lawn, make sure they know the locations of sprinkler heads or other objects that may be damaged. Not to mention, what is their policy if they damage something and is it acceptable to you? It may be a good idea to photograph the area before work begins, also make sure you understand how they will clean up after the job.

4. How long will the project take? Furthermore, This is why getting an estimate is handy and for example, one company might say three days while another company says three hours.

5. Do they use spikes to climb trees while pruning? Unless you’re removing the trees, demand they not use spikes, because it causes unhealthy wounds.

6. Do they advertise “topping” (removing live sections from the top of the tree)? This is another poor practice and therefore continue your search.

7. Will the crew be using hardhats and other personal protective equipment while on your property? The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires that personal protective equipment be used for any tree care operation. With this in mind,  a reputable tree care service will require their workers to be protected.

Contact us today for a FREE ESTIMATE with an ISA Certified Arborist.

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