Our team will work together with you to ensure that we’ve completed the work to your satisfaction. While we work fast to leave your compound safe and beautiful, we don’t sacrifice our work’s quality. The many years we’ve been offering high-quality tree services have given our team enough experience to handle any challenge, whether small or big.
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WHEN SHOULD I CONSIDER TREE REMOVAL?
The most common reason for tree removal is because the tree is unsafe or decaying. Most homeowners will choose to remove a tree when a large part of the tree is hanging over the roof close to their house. A dead tree is also a hazard as its limbs are much weaker and more likely to be blown away in the wind – not to mention it does not look good!
WHAT SEASON IS BEST FOR TREE SERVICE?
Luckily for us, in Florida’s year-round heat, any time is good for tree work.
DOES SERVICE QUEEN TREE SERVICE DO PRUNING?
Yes, at Service Queen Tree Service we are licensed and insured to perform all types of tree service. We can do structural as well as aesthetic pruning to your trees to make sure they grow in a safe manner, while still looking great.
WHAT IS STUMP GRINDING?
Stump grinding is the process of removing the trunk of the tree through a machine. When a tree is cut, it can only be cut a few inches above the ground with a chainsaw. To cut it further, a machine called a stump grinded is needed to grind the trunks and all the roots.
DO I NEED TO BE HOME WHEN THE ESTIMATE IS GIVEN?
If we can find the tree and have access, you do not need to be home!
Here are some other questions to ask that may aid you in deciding whether to remove a tree:
- Is it a desirable species?
- How healthy is the tree?
- Is there trunk damage?
- Is the tree hollow?
- Are there large dead branches?
- Are all dead branches on one side of a tree?
- Are there sprouts coming from the base of the tree or epicormic shoots (small branches coming from the trunk)?
- Is there trunk rot or a large fungus growing near the base of the tree?
- Has there been excavation near the tree causing root damage?
- Is the tree leaning?
- Is the tree under power lines?
- What is the history of the tree?
- What is the environment in which the tree lives?
- How much space is available for tree growth