You've been eyeballing that old tree in your yard for far too long, you've done your research to find the best tree removal service, and the date is scheduled for that hunk of wood to be eliminated and eradicated. If you have never had a tree professionally removed, it is hard to know if you've experienced good service from a contractor or service or not, but there are things that can tell you that you have indeed. Here is a look at a few ways you can tell you've had your tree removed by a true professional.
The contractors will work really hard to keep you and your home safe.
Taking down a tree, especially a large one, is seriously risky business for anyone or any structure in the vicinity. Some trees can weigh tons, and the limbs that will come down during cuts can be massive. The best contractors will ensure the safety of you, your home, and every worker on site before they get started with the project. They will actually take a few minutes to tell you what to expect, help you relocate outdoor pets, and may even go warn your neighbors. You will notice they use safety harnesses, chains, and straps to control falling limbs, and a crew of several hands to help direct and guide the one making the cuts in the tree.
The contractors will leave the scene clean and pristine.
One of the most noteworthy things you will notice when you hire the best tree removal company is that they will take great strides to ensure your property looks its best before they leave. They will likely:
- Eliminate all limbs, leaves, and branches by raking your yard
- Cover any ruptures caused by fallen limbs with dirt and straw
- Blow away any sawdust that was a result of using saws to cut
- Offer stump removal at the time of the tree removal
The contractors will utilize high-end equipment for the tree removal process.
If a single guy shows up with a chainsaw, a ladder, and a pickup truck to take down your tree, yes, he can probably do it, but he may not do the best job. Top tree removal companies tend to have top equipment pieces to help them function as safely and efficiently as possible. They will likely show up with a bucket or lift truck to reach tall branches safely, multiple chainsaws for making different cuts, and wood chipper to handle debris.