Tree Removal Service St. Louis, MO
Saint Louis Tree Services offer tree and brush removal, including emergency tree removal, in the St. Louis City, St. Louis County, Jefferson County, and St. Charles metro areas. Emergency tree removal, as well as stump removal, must be performed by experienced professionals with the proper equipment. Thats where you can count on STL Tree Service to assist with eliminating your dead, diseased, and storm damaged trees that if left in place, could pose a risk to your safety and property. Keep reading below to find out more about the types of situations we encounter in which it may be necessary to remove or dismantle a tree. Whether your tree has fallen onto the ground, onto a house or other structure on your property, or even if it is still standing in place, trained tree professionals can help you safely evaluate the situation and take care of the cutting, removal, and cleanup to get your property back to looking the way you want it.
Removing a Storm Damaged Tree
When removing a tree after a storm from across a road, or off a building structure , time is of the essence. Roads need to be cleared to allow traffic and emergency personnel to access your home, property, or neighborhood. Also so that you can leave to get to work, pick up your kids, or any other number of reasons that a tree needs to be removed from the road. In these situations, it is best to leave removing a downed tree from across a road to trained professionals in St. Louis. A fallen tree can still pose a serious safety risk to someone attempting to cut the tree into smaller sections for removal. While the tree may look like it is safe and already on the ground, cutting branches and trunk sections with a chainsaw can cause the tree to move or lurch forward from a spot it may be lodged in or from other branches it may be resting on. We have seen trees roll forward onto untrained DIY tree removers causing unnecessary harm and injury had the tree dismantling been performed by trained professionals with the proper equipment. We are available and on call 24 hours a day for emergency situations like these.
Trees Falling on Houses
Even more essentially, if your tree has fallen onto a structure, it must be dismantled in a systematic way to avoid further property damage or bodily harm. Cutting the wrong branch or section of tree leaning against your structure, before other sections have been neutralized can be a costly mistake. Trained tree professionals who look at fallen trees all day long are able to quickly diagnose how the fallen tree should be disassembled and cleared in order to maximally decrease the risk of injury or further damage to your property. We have the right equipment including crane buckets, safety harnesses and tree cutting equipment on the proper extensions to surgically dismantle your fallen tree and help you get back to your life quickly and safely after a traumatic storm.
Removing a Standing Tree
Many factors go into the decision to cut down a tree that does not pose a safety risk. An unsightly tree can actually lower the value of your property by blocking views from inside your home or ruining curb appeal from the outside. Maybe the tree has roots encroaching on your foundation, or you plumbing and sewer lines. Is it time to have that annoying sweet gum tree removed? Many homeowners find themselves tired of dealing with burdensome sweet gum balls, leaves, or needles ruining your lawn and clogging your gutters. If the tree is on the edge of your property, you may be dealing with annoyed neighbors having to clean up after your tree. Whatever the reason, a call to St. Louis Tree Service for an expert opinion and an estimate on your tree removal cost from one of our trained arborists will give you the information you need to make a decision about complete tree removal.