Minnesota Tree Surgeons can remove any tree you may have on your property, whether it's diseased or structurally unsound. We use turf-friendly equipment to dispose of your tree in a careful and efficient manner, minimizing waste and invasiveness to your landscape. Our goal is to leave your yard better looking than before we arrived.
Your personal property and safety are our ultimate goals when removing a tree. We often use a crane to remove trees as it is the safest way to remove trees in tight spots. We coordinate with your electric company, when necessary, to have power lines dropped to the house so we can safely remove the tree.
When to Remove
Tree removal is typically considered when regular tree trimming and pruning is no longer sufficient. It may be time to remove a tree if you spot signs of infection, such as cracks in the trunk, discolored leaves or the appearance of fungi. Large, dead branches in the tree's crown indicate that your tree might be dead.
If more than 50% of the tree is damaged, it should be removed, especially if it’s a particularly large tree. A hollow trunk that is covered in splits, cracks or large wounds signals internal decay. A tree that grows under power lines or is less than 20 feet away from a building should also be removed to avoid structural damage. Tree removal costs are often a good trade-off for the cost to replace or repair structural damage to a home or building.
How to Remove
When it comes to removing trees, rely on a professional tree removal service to get the job done safely and efficiently. Hiring a service company that specializes in tree removal is the most convenient choice and will save you both time and money. Tree removal companies will dispose of debris after the tree is removed and provide the expensive tools necessary for the job.