Tree removal is a highly technical, yet delicate, task and requires highly qualified professionals. Taylor Tree Co. tree removal assessment covers the health, liability, and aesthetics and enable competing species to develop and mature. In certain instances, you may have to remove a tree that is alive if it is interfering with other trees, buildings, driveways, or utility wires.
Tree removal in most urban and suburban landscapes presents a challenge. Trees in neighborhoods often are surrounded by other valuable plantings or structures. Tree removals, especially for large trees, require careful dismantling by highly trained personnel utilizing state-of-the-art machinery to ensure your safety and the protection of your home and property. The use of specialized equipment during tree removals is determined by the conditions on your landscape, branch architecture, and the soundness of your tree.
A standard tree removal includes taking down a tree, cutting all wood into logs, and removing the stumps deep into the ground to the root system, thus grinding it out. Wood can be stacked where you wish, or we can remove it with the debris from the tree at your request. When we leave, there is subtle evidence that a tree was even there. We fill and level where the tree(s) once stood.
Young and Old Live Oak Care | Golf Courses | Parks | National Forest Tree Care | Land Clearing | Property Management Maintenance | Tree Assessments | Hazardous Tree Removal | Tree Assessments | Mature Tree Transplanting | Emergency Storm Work | Special Fertilization Formulations
Areas we service include Hancock County, Harrison County, and Jackson County as well as surrounding areas.