Tree Removal

Tree Removal Services

Minimize risks associated with tree removal! Our professional tree removal service covers all of Broward county.  Every year, many individuals suffer gardening-related injuries, with tree removal being a significant cause.  To ensure safety and reduce liability, it’s crucial to engage a reputable company like Chipper Tree Services, serving both residential and commercial clients

By getting your trees professionally removed or trimmed before hurricane season, you’ll eliminate potential hazards during storms.  Consult our experts at Chipper Tree Services to safeguard your property and well being.  

Deciding when to remove a tree from your property can be a significant decision that depends on several factors.  Here are some common situations when tree removal might be necessary:

  • Safety Concerns: If the tree is dead, diseased, or structurally compromised, it can pose a safety hazard.  A tree with weak or damaged branches could fall, potentially causing damage to property or posing a risk to people.
  • Disease and Pest Infestation: Trees suffering from severe diseases or infestations that cannot be effectively treated might need to be removed to prevent the spread of the problem to other healthy trees on your property.
  • Encroaching Roots: The roots of some tree species can cause damage to buildings, driveways, and underground utilities.  If a tree’s roots are causing significant structural damage, removal may be necessary.
  • Interference with Structures: Trees that are too close to buildings, power lines, or other structures can create potential hazards or may hinder construction or renovation projects.
  • Poor Location: If a tree was planted in an unsuitable location and its growth is causing issues, it might be better to remove it and replace it with a more appropriate species.
  • Crowding: If your property has too many trees in close proximity, they might compete for resources, leading to overall decline in tree health.  In such cases, removing some trees can help promote healthier growth for the remaining ones.
  • Storm Damage: If a tree has been severely damaged in a storm and is beyond recovery, it may need to be removed.
  • Lack of Aesthetics: Sometimes, property owners may want to remove a tree simply because it doesn’t fit with the overall landscaping plan or is an eyesore.