Frequently Asked Questions
If you are looking to clear land or space, you may need to hire a land clearing contractor. Here at Christianson Tree Experts Co., we are proud to offer demolition services to help clear your land. We can help to break up old concrete surfaces, such as patios, remove large rocks and boulders, clear out old trees and stumps, get rid of old storage sheds and/or level land. All of these land clearing services help to create a space that allows you to transfer an old, unusable space into one that can be built or planted on.
Our tree removal service removes unsightly, dangerous tree waste from your yard. Whether you’re in search of residential tree removal services or an excavation contractor for commercial purposes, we’re your team.
As you look to hire a land clearing contractor, you need to ask if the company offers residential land clearing services or commercial land clearing services. The needs of someone who needs residential services are going to vary from the needs of someone who needs commercial services.
There are various factors that affect the total price of professional removal. When professionals come in with a commercial grinder, it usually costs about $3 per diameter inch of the stump. If you’re clearing large areas (multiple stumps), you could face an hourly rate of $150.
At Christianson Tree Experts, we still recommend that you work with a professional to ensure everything is done properly. You’ll need the right power drill, as well as potassium nitrate. Going to try to burn the stump on your own? At a minimum, talk to the local fire department. The last thing you want to do is miss safety precautions that lead to an out-of-control blaze.
When it comes to stump removal, the type of tree generally doesn’t affect pricing much – especially if you’re going the grinding route. The sharp blades can cut through pretty much any type of wood.
One of the critical considerations to make when you are looking to choose a tree removal service is the time of year you opt to get your tree removed. Now, if you have a pressing reason to want the tree gone, this is going to impact when you might choose to get in touch with removal experts. However, if you can take a measured approach, the best time to do this would be the winter. In the winter months, the trees are bare, and this makes it easier to remove them more efficiently.
Tree removal services could save your property from serious harm in many ways. Make sure you get in touch with a local tree expert if your tree has become a risk, a hazard, or a severe inconvenience. Here are some ways in which removing a tree can save your property.
Let’s be frank: some trees are purely irritating. They may be healthy, but they could merely be a nuisance. This could be because they shed fruit or seeds. It could also be because the wood is weak and, therefore, there is a high chance that it is going to break. Of course, you may need the trees to be removed from your land because you require the area for other purposes.
Sadly, there are sometimes healthy trees that experience simply unavoidable damage. This could be severe weather as well as accidental contact with a vehicle or animal damage. In such a case, you should not only remove the tree. You need to consult experts so that they can assess the situation and help you to make an informed decision. After all, there could be the possibility that the tree may recover.
After storm passes, look outside from the safety of your home first. The reason for doing this is that your trees may have tangled with utility lines. If this is something you notice, it is important to call an electricity provider straight away. Once you have established there is no immediate danger, you can look for these problems that may arise.
There are plenty of signs to help you determine whether or not you should get your tree removed. Whatever the reason, Christianson Tree Experts will inspect each element of a tree to determine whether it needs removal. If it does, we will promptly remove it using the industry-standard equipment and precautions.