Cutrite Tree Services will be closed July 3rd – 5th in Observance of independence day

With God, All Things Are Possible

2525 Western Ave. Plymouth IN 46563
Tel: 574-784-8889

2525 Western Ave. Plymouth IN 46563
Tel: 574-784-8889

With God, All Things Are Possible

2525 Western Ave. Plymouth IN 46563
Tel: 574-784-8889

Tree Removal

Tree removal refers to the process of cutting down and removing a tree from its location. It is typically performed when a tree poses a significant risk, has become hazardous, or needs to be cleared for construction, landscaping, or safety purposes.

Man with chainsaw cutting the tree

Our Process

Step 1: Assessment and Planning

Evaluate the tree and its surroundings to assess the complexity of the removal process. Consider factors such as tree size, location, health, structural stability, and potential hazards. Develop a plan that outlines the necessary equipment, techniques, and safety measures required for the tree removal.

Step 2: Safety Preparations

Prioritize safety by preparing the work area and ensuring proper equipment and personal protective gear. Clear the area of obstacles and establish safety protocols to protect workers, nearby structures, and utilities. If necessary, consult with local authorities or utility companies to address any potential risks associated with power lines.

Step 3: Tree Removal

Now onto the job itself, execute the tree removal process using appropriate techniques and equipment. This may involve making strategic cuts, sectional tree removal, or tree felling.

Step 4: Clean-up and Stump Removal

Once the tree is down, clean up the area by removing branches, debris, and logs. Determine whether stump removal is required based on the client's preference and intended use of the space. Stump removal options include grinding, excavation, or chemical treatments.

Why Choose Cutrite Tree Services

Tree removal is typically done following a careful assessment of the tree’s condition, size, location, and potential risks involved. Oftentimes we may use the following techniques;

  • Making Strategic Cuts: Begin by making strategic cuts to remove branches and reduce the weight and size of the tree. This helps prevent excessive damage during the final removal.

  • Sectional Tree Removal: If the tree is large or in a confined space, it may be necessary to remove it in sections. This involves carefully cutting and lowering sections of the tree to the ground to ensure controlled removal.

  • Tree Felling: For trees that can be felled, determine the appropriate direction for the tree’s fall and safely bring it down using proper cutting techniques and equipment.

It’s important to note that tree removal regulations and permits may vary depending on local laws, especially for protected or significant trees. It is advisable to consult with local authorities or professional tree care services to ensure compliance with regulations and to ensure safe and proper tree removal.

Tree Removal Purposes

Tree removal serves several purposes, including:

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Trees might need removal due to disease, extensive decay, structural instability, encroachment on structures or utilities, safety hazards, or to create space for construction or landscaping.

Tree removal is a complex and hazardous task. It’s best to leave it to trained professionals who have the expertise, equipment, and safety measures required.

The process involves careful planning, cutting of branches, and then felling the main trunk. Stump grinding is often performed to remove the remaining stump.

When done by skilled professionals such as Cutrite, tree removal is safer. They adhere to safety protocols, use proper equipment, and follow industry standards.

Ideally, tree removal is performed during the dormant season, late fall to early spring. However, dead or hazardous trees should be removed promptly, regardless of the season.

The cost depends on factors such as tree size, location, health, complexity, and equipment needed. Consulting our arborists for quotes is recommended.

Professional tree removal minimizes property damage risk. Tree care experts use techniques to control the tree’s fall and often use equipment to protect the surrounding area.

Yes, the wood from a removed tree is often suitable for firewood. However, it might need proper seasoning before use.

In some cases, permits are required, especially for certain tree species or in protected areas. Check with your local authorities.

Tree removal near utility lines should be handled by professionals such as Cutrite who coordinate with utility companies to ensure safety.

Stumps are usually removed through stump grinding, which grinds the stump below ground level. You can also opt to leave the stump, but it might lead to regrowth.

Yes, you can replant a new tree in the same spot. However, consider factors like soil health and nearby structures.

Yes, alternatives include tree trimming, pruning, or cabling to improve the tree’s health and structure. Consulting our arborist can help determine the best course of action.

Look for licensed and insured tree removal companies with a good reputation. Obtain multiple quotes and ask for references.

Yes, we offer emergency removal for hazardous situations, such as fallen trees after storms.

Remember, tree removal is a significant decision. Always consult with professionals to assess the tree’s health, the necessity of removal, and to ensure safe and proper removal procedures.

Client Testimonials

"Crew was very professional & friendly. Very refreshing to deal with such a knowledgeable & hardworking guys! I would highly recommend this company."
“Very professional crew. Everyone had a job and did it efficiently. Minimal damage to surrounding landscape and they used heavy plastic mats to drive their heavy equipment on to protect the ground from damage. Supervisor made a follow up visit to address any concerns and make sure we were satisfied with their work. Would definitely recommend them to anyone.”
“Absolutely a great company, called promptly back, gave a fair price, very efficient, answered all my questions and addressed my concerns, will seek their service in future when needed. Thank you.”

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Closing for Independence day

Cutrite Tree Services will be closed July 3rd – 5th.