Yeah! It’s time to decorate your yard with a tree. It’s time to get things cut down and pruned up. While you go through the seasonal checklist, you noticed that most of the tasks you can do yourself, still some tasks, like tree removal and hedge trimming left to a professional or arborist.

But when it comes to taking services, this is very important to know what systems and lines run underneath your lawn. There could be networks of delicate underground electrical or plumbing lines to be cautious of, no matter who completes the job around your home, and keep in mind know until it’s too late.

Here are 5 most commonly asked questions about tree removal you have to ask your professional or arborist tree removal every day:

What’s involved in the tree removal process?

Treescape® has licensed tree removal technicians who use special tools to cut the tree into a series of sections from the top to the bottom. This may be less energizing than a solitary monster slash at the base of the tree, yet a lot more secure. You never know where that tree will fall when you cut it.

At Treescape®, we use a crane to remove large trees. That allows us to lift the tree without letting it fall to the ground, and it protects us from the risk of damage to home and property. We also use logging trucks, chippers, and aerial lift trucks to complete our task, and we always follow the latest and trending industry standards technology to ensure your safety and ours.

Does a permit is required to remove a tree?

It could be possible some municipalities in your area need a permit for removing trees. But it often depends on your tree size and location, whether the tree is a hazard & a street tree, an invasive species, etc. Treescape® arborist can help you to determine whether permits apply and assist you in obtaining them.

Do I have to be at home for the removal process?

No. As long as you can provide the contractors with access to the property, you do not need to be home for the process.

How much will the service cost?

The price depends on the number of factors, height, and diameter matters too. Also depending on the condition of the tree, what you’d like done with the braches and trunks after removal, and whether or not you want stump grinding. You also have to pay for the drive time & mileage.

Can we remove the tree close to the house?

A tree close to your home provides you shade and shelter, along with imposing beauty. Sometimes, it is dangerous the growing branches of the tree can bang-up and scratch the siding or roof of the house. The destroyed root of a large tree can destroy the foundation of your home, causing cracking and other issues.

If a tree is near your house it requires more careful planning and works to remove or its trimming, but it can be done safely by a reputable tree service company.

If you have any other questions, which we didn’t answer here?  And you want to take some advice on the safety & health of your tree? Visit, we’d love to hear the people like you.