The whole picture


There is so much that goes into felling a tree that many people do not even realize it. Once the tree has actually been cut down, there is a matter of seeing where it falls and the even bigger project of getting it all cleaned up. Tree removal is only half of the job, and tree disposal might be an even larger part. Think about it, a large tree falls in your yard or at times in the neighbors yard. The wood does not magically disappear, and many people have no idea how to use it.

Not everyone has a fireplace or a way to chop up the wood even more importantly. And how long do you think people want logs to sit in their yard before they are removed. Moreover, what do you do with the logs and tree stump once they have been cut up into manageable (and this is a loose term) pieces?

What makes us different

We are a collective of not only tree removal professionals, – Marc’s, Huff, Curtis Thompson’s, but also a collective of tree disposal professionals. Once we cut your tree down, the battle is only half over. We work closely with our customers in order to determine a plan of attack wherein they can make the most of the felled tree and give us explicit instructions on what to do. Whether you plan on keeping the valuable wood or getting rid of it, we have what you need to make that happen.

Chopping the tree down is only step one, which is something that many companies do not understand. Do not be surprised if in the fine print, tree disposal is not part of the deal. We guarantee that our tree disposal methods are environmentally friendly and adhere to every code of ethics imaginable. Trust us, you are in good hands.

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