Tree Removal

As Arborists, our goal is always to save the tree first. After we have exhausted all of our resources, removal is our last alternative. As always, we will give you our expert advice based on our years of experience.


Safety First

Tree removal is arguably the most dangerous task in our industry. To safely remove a tree requires a great deal of training and years of experience. Most importantly, it requires strict adherence to all industry safety standards. Here at Arboristas, we are highly trained in the practice of tree removal and tree cutting. We have the expertise, experience, and working knowledge necessary to handle any tree removal project in Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County and the counties of Inland Empire, Antelope Valley, Kern, Ventura and Santa Barbara.

Simply removing a tree, however, is not good enough. Throughout the process we do our best to cause as little disturbance to your property as possible. In addition, we thoroughly clean up after each project. We know that you spend time and money to keep your property looking beautiful, which is why our goal is to leave it looking as good or better than it did before we began.

Because of the complexity, risk, and cost involved with tree removal, it is always worth considering possible alternative tree care options. See our Tree Care page for more information.

There are a number of common situations where tree removal is usually necessary. Here are some of them:

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    Dead trees:

    Dead trees are dangerous and should be removed immediately. Dead trees will drop branches and are more susceptible to falling in a storm. Thus they pose a threat to your property and personal well-being.

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    Dying trees:

    Dying trees can often be cured through root collar excavation, soil management, pest and disease control, and other tree care services. But in the event that this is not possible, it is better to remove the tree sooner rather than later.

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    Heavily damaged trees:

    A tree with heavy damage may be at risk of dying. If it cannot be healed, the damaged tree should be cut down.

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    Hazardous trees:

    Leans, hollow spots, and weak root bases are just a few of the indicators of a potentially hazardous tree. Such trees should be carefully evaluated by one of our ISA Certified Arborists. If you have a tree that truly poses a threat that cannot be mitigated except through removal, it should be cut down.

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    Trees in the wrong location:

    Trees that are too close to houses and other structures, or certain species of trees planted in the wrong location, are all candidates for removal. Trees of this nature pose threats during hurricanes, tornadoes, strong thunderstorms, and during ice and snow accumulation. They can also cause damage to foundations, lift sidewalks, lead to mildew on siding, rub paint off structures, clog gutters with leaves, provide a path for squirrels to get into your home or business, and much more.

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    Construction/landscape project:

    If you are adding an addition to your house, expanding the parking lot at your place of business, or beginning any number of other construction or landscaping projects, tree removal is often a must in order to create open space.

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    Aesthetic purposes:

    Cutting down select trees, removing problematic trees, and cleaning up existing trees can greatly enhance the overall beauty of your property and increase its value.

So whether you have a simple tree removal task or a complex, multi-day project, contact Arboristas today for a free estimate! We will send one of our ISA Certified Arborists to meet with you in order to determine which trees need to be removed and to help formulate the best plan of action.

Tree Removal & Tree Cutting Service Areas: 

Most areas of Southern California including Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County and the counties of Inland Empire, Antelope Valley, Kern, Ventura and Santa Barbara.

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