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Please include your address, phone number, and a description of where on the property the tree is located and what work you need to be done. Cheers!

Broadview Heights Address

2545 W Wallings Rd.
Broadview Heights, OH 44147


Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ resources to educate, and inform our customers

Should I remove a tree close to House?

Though they add beauty to any property, trees can present a hazard to your home. Those that overhang roofs or are close to a house may require removal or trimming. Ideally, large trees should be at least 20 feet from a structure. 

Is it cheaper to cut down trees in the winter?

Yes! Removing a tree in late winter or early spring—especially February or March—is an economical choice. During this time, trees are dormant, devoid of the foliage that would otherwise slow down a tree removal service.

What happens to roots when a tree is cut down?

Though a tree can grow back from its roots after removal, it is largely dependent on the species of tree. Roots, if not completely removed, can continue to grow, but this takes a long time—many years—and may not actually happen. The likelihood of regrowth can be significantly reduced by thoroughly grinding the stump, and eliminated by removing the stump completely. 

Can a tree mess up the foundation of a house?

Trees have complex, oftentimes large root systems, which can damage the foundation of a house. Roots are natural opportunists, preferring to grow along the path of least resistance, such as through mulch and soil with high friability—the crumbly, easily penetrated soil that most plants love.