This is probably the question that we get most, and the answer is that it depends on the job. The cost of removing a tree varies based on several factors, such as the size of the tree, its condition, how accessible it is, and if we require any special tools or equipment to get the job done.
Tree removal is technical, dangerous, time consuming, and often involves large commercial equipment, so it is best handled by experienced tree surgeons like Eisenhower Tree Care. Keeping that in mind, here is an approximate breakdown of how we price tree removal.
We aspire to be the best arborists possible, and a big part of that is being transparent with our customers. We always offer free quotes for tree trimming and removal. Fill out the form to request a quote and one of our team members will get back to you shortly.
Tree removal is a technical process, and the methods of tree removal vary based on the size and location of the tree. For larger removals in residential areas, we often use cranes to lift large pieces of the tree as they are cut to lower them safely to the ground. This method helps mitigate property damage that can occur when cutting the tree at the base.
We also often utilize aerial lifts and specific tree climbing gear to safely complete jobs. Every tree removal is performed using arborist approved methods, and we have a chipper on site to remove branches and logs to clean up the area.
Absolutely! As experienced Kansas City arborists, we can tackle any size stump – mulching the wood to small chips without causing damage to your surrounding landscape. Let us handle the hassle and cleanup so you don’t have to.
Yes! We have general liability, auto, and workmen’s compensation insurance, and can provide a certificate of insurance upon request. We are also licensed through all applicable local, state, and federal channels.
This varies as there are several factors that determine how fast a tree grows such as water supply, soil conditions, and location on property. Most mature trees could use a good trim about every 3-5 years. Younger trees would be every 1-3. Exceptions to this are that most fruit trees should be yearly, while evergreens can often go untouched for many years.
If you have any questions that we didn’t answer here or need some advice on the health or safety of a tree, give us a call. We’d love to hear from you.