Tampa Tree Removal Experts


Warning Signs You May Need a Tree Removal Expert


Check out the following warning signs to determine if you need professional tree removal services now or if you may need them in the future:
  • The presence of dead or dying trees or limbs which may be caused by disease, insects, or infestations.
  • Trees or limbs too close to or hitting a building, roof, or power lines.
  • New construction surrounding trees.
  • Damage protection for storm season.
  • Signs of decay, cavities, cracks, or splits in the trunk or branches of a tree.
  • Signs or presence of fungal fruiting bodies on trunks or branches.
  • Termite infestations.
  • Leaves falling out of season or flower production.
  • Swollen areas at the base of the trunk.

There are many reasons you may need a Tampa tree removal expert, and only the most common are listed above. For the protection of your property and your family if you see any of the warning signs above, do not delay, call a qualified and professional Tampa tree removal expert from Tree Doctors! With our 20+ years of experience, our arborists can handle any situation and diagnose your problems quickly!


Tree removal is especially necessary if a tree is dead, in the process of dying, or blocking the way of new construction. Tree Doctors offers a custom approach to tree removal that is safe and affordable. Our experienced crews guarantee your tree project will be done safely and expertly!


Tree removal is one of those jobs best left to professionals because of specific skills, precision and safety precautions needed.


Saving a few hundred dollars isn't worth endangering your life.


“There are many stories in the news media each year depicting the sad details of homeowners getting severely injured or killed by attempting to manage large tree limbs on their own," says Tchukki Andersen, staff arborist for the Tree Care Industry Association.


Tree removal can be an extremely complicated and technical.


"There is so much to understand about removing live or hanging tree branches, and it is not at all like cutting up firewood on the ground with a chain saw,” Andersen says.


It's also important to do your homework when looking for a tree service because any mishaps could have devastating results to your home or the rest of the yard.




Consider these factors when determining the cost of removing a tree and how it will fit into your budget:

Tree height matters

Most companies charge based on the height of the tree, usually with a set fee per foot. The fee may vary based on the height of the tree.


For instance, smaller trees that are only about 20 feet will be less per foot than, say, a 90-foot tree.


If you have an 80-foot tree and the price per foot is $15, you'll pay $1,200. But a 20-foot tree may only be $9 per foot and cost you $180.


Angie's List members who recently had a tree cut down reported paying an average of $1,264, with a general range of $1,050 to $1,450, not counting discounts many service providers offer to members.


Trimming trees ran an average of $453 for members, and grinding out a stump cost members an average of $309.


Remember companies pay a high price to maintain licenses, plus insurance that covers workers' compensation and liability. If the price quoted is unusually low, the company may not have adequate insurance or possess a license.

Nearby hazards create obstacles for tree workers

If your tree is close to power lines or other dangers, the price is usually higher. Dead trees are more hazardous than live ones. As such, many companies will charge you an additional fee for hazardous tree removal.


Because you can't control the size or location of your tree, you may want to have it pruned or trimmed. In that case, the tree's height and the amount of effort needed to complete the job will determine the price.

Emergency tree removal comes at a higher price

If your tree has been struck by lightning and is ready to fall, you should expect to pay more because the company will need to complete the job quickly. If the company is working during the remnants of a storm, there's more risk of injury to its workers.


Many tree removal services operate 24 hours a day. They also keep a fleet of specialized vehicles at the ready. Costs vary depending on the size of the tree and the equipment needed to remove it.


You should consider having hazardous trees and ones near your home removed before they turn into an emergency situation.

What to do with a downed tree's wood?

Once the tree is down, you need to decide how to dispose of it. You will likely pay at least an additional $50 to have the leftovers removed. Here are some options:


Branch chipping and hauling, can run $70 to $150 per hour. If you want the stump taken out, let the tree service know when you ask for an estimate.


Stump grinding is the process used to remove the stump. You can expect to pay an additional $300 for a larger stump and $80 for a smaller one.


If you have a fireplace, you may want to consider paying someone to split the wood, which can be priced from $100 to $200 or more. Check to make sure the sizes a service cuts the wood into will work for your fireplace.

What areas does Tree Doctors service?

Tree Doctors performs tree removal in Hillsborough, Pasco, and Pinellas Counties, specifically the following cities: Tampa, Town & Country, Westchase, Citrus Park, Oldsmar, Dunedin, Palm Harbor, Safety Harbor, Clearwater, Tarpon Springs, Trinity, Odessa, Citrus Park, Carrollwood, Northdale, Lutz, Land o' Lakes, New Tampa, Wesley Chapel, Brandon, Temple Terrace, and many more.....


To find out if we offer tree removal services in your area, simply contact us.


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