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Frequently Asked Questions
- Is there a cost for the estimate?
There is no cost for estimates - all our estimates are free.
- How long does it take to get an estimate?
We can commonly schedule estimates within 2-3 business days from recieving recieving an estimate request.
- How long is the price quote good for?
Our written estimates will be honored for up to 6 months.
- Once approval on a job has been given, when can the job be completed?
Jobs can commonly be completed within 2 weeks of recieving signed authorization.
- What payment methods can I use?
We accept checks, cash, and credit cards. We also use a secure online system of payment called PayPal. You can pay us directly through out convenient payment page.
- Are you licensed and insured?
We are licenced and insured, please refer to our certifications page to view our workmens compensation, general liability, proffesional liability, automotive liability, city and state licensces, and other related certifications.
Frequently Asked Tree Questions
- Does your company use spikes to climb the trees?
Spurs or spikes should only be used to ascend a tree in the case of removal, spuring a healthy trees is unessary and can lead to negative health issues.
- Does your company spray trees with pesticides for insects?
There are many options when applying pesticides to trees including foliage spray, sestemic soil applications and cambium injections. We offer environmentally safe insect and disease treatements.
- Do you top trees?
Topping trees can lead to decline and death, "topping" is a term that is stuck in tree culture which is now professionally defined as improper and indiscriminant cutting of branches, however there are proper pruning practices that can be requested to achieve a customers goals if crown height or size is a concern. Please view our brochure on tree topping.
- When is the best time to prune a tree?
The dormant season is the best time to prune trees, it makes for the most effecient use of a tree's energy and resources. Pruning while a tree is dormant can reduce the growth of watersprouts or suckers.