Lemcy Tree Service and Landscape

Tree Removal FAQS

What can I expect from your tree care removal service

Lemcy Tree Service employs the practice and procedures of the International Society of Arboriculture to remove trees. Those methods include falling, trimming from the top of the tree down, and using heavy equipment when needed to prevent damage from falling limbs. We can remove the stump and leave your property clean and like new. Our safety-trained experts know which technique is appropriate for your situation. Once the tree is down, we can leave the wood cut up and ready for your fireplace or haul it away. You can trust our expert tree removal team to manage this challenging service efficiently and safely.

Should my tree be removed ?

It may be difficult for a homeowner to determine if a tree should be removed. You can see if the tree is touching or causing damage to a nearby structure, or if the tree appears damaged or dying. The only way to be sure if a tree should be removed is to call a professional tree care service like Lemcy Tree Service. Only a professional arborist is trained to thoroughly evaluate the situation and make a recommendation for what is best for your tree, as well as for the safety and security of your property. Some tree care services will recommend taking a tree out, one that should not be removed, simply to increase their revenue. At Lemcy Tree Service, we love trees and would never recommend a tree be removed that could be saved, unless you specifically wanted that tree removed

A tree is close to my house or another structure. What should I do?

At Lemcy Tree Service, our team is safety-trained to remove trees in any situation. We use the most up-to-date OSHA-approved tree service equipment and can handle any size job. We are fully insured against property damage and personal injury to give you the peace of mind that you need.

Do I need a permit to remove a tree?

Most often, yes, a permit is required to remove a tree. The experts at Lemcy Tree Service are familiar with the regulations from county to county to help you determine if you need a permit and proper procedures to get it. If your county does not approve your permit application, we can recommend alternative plans of action.

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