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Recent Tree Service Reviews in Tulsa

  • Kikerson llc
    Excellent! Will be hiring again! Josh and his crew takes the time to do it right. Very pleased with the removal service!
    Anna A.
  • Kikerson llc
    Josh trimmed my tree limbs for me and did an excellent job. He is professional, nice, neat and honest. Highly recommend!!
    Tonya D.
  • Kikerson llc
    Fantastic! He worked as long as it took to get the job done and everything was clean when he left. He even swept the driveway that he didn’t even use.
    Dale M.
  • Outdoor Pro
    Excellent service, quality of work, timing and delivery of work. A fantastic professional small shop with an emphasis on quality craftsmanship. Jake was as fantastic to work with as he turned our vision for a complete backyard remake into his execution in creating a complete outdoor living room. Highly recommended for all your outdoor needs
    Amanda S.
  • Outdoors Unlimited LLC
    Wonderful! Great communication, work was well done, clean up was great! Will definitely hire on a regular basis!
    Leslie W.
  • Outdoors Unlimited LLC
    Daniel is very professional, hard working also timely. I would recommend him for any job needed done.
    Ruth C.
  • Backbone Services LLC.
    Excellent work and attention to details. Carl came and went right to work his excavator with outstanding results.
    Paul L.
  • Midtown Tree Service
    Bill and his crew did an outstanding job today removing several trees and shrubs from my backyard. They all behaved professionally, worked quickly and cleaned all the work areas very thoroughly, in fact my whole backyard looked 100 % better when they left. Bill volunteered to rake leaves from under my magnolia tree, which I was not looking forward to doing and then he ended up raking and blowing most of the leaves from my backyard! I can’t say enough good things about the job he did and I have no hesitation in highly recommending him
    Sandra T.
    Greg did an absolutely amazing job. Very professional and he knows a lot about trees and how to keep them alive and shape them appropriately. His workcrew raked and took all the limbs away, making my yard clean. Now maybe the grass will grow over on that side of the shed that had been shaded by the limbs for so long. I will highly recommend his company to anyone looking for a good, honest tree service. Thank you again Greg. S. Jame
    S. J.
    Wow! Greg is not just a landscaper, but an arborist. He knows just about everything about plants and trees. P&G consistently exceeds my expectations. Highly recommended!
    Claudia P.

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Tree Service FAQ

  1. How much does it cost to remove a tree?

    Answer: Typically, tree removal costs between $200 and $2,000. Tree removal costs vary widely based on the number of trees being removed, the height of each tree, the diameter of each tree trunk, and accessibility to the tree. Smaller trees are usually less expensive to remove than larger ones, as are those that are more easily accessible.

  2. Do you need a permit to cut down a tree?

    Answer: In many areas, you don’t need a permit to cut down a tree on your own private, residential property. But some municipalities may require tree removal permits for conservation purposes or to comply with local ordinances. When you hire a tree removal pro, they’ll be able to tell you whether you need a permit for your specific tree removal project.

  3. When is a good time to trim trees?

    Answer: In most regions, the best time to trim your trees is during the winter months. During the active growing season (spring through fall), trimming your trees can leave them more vulnerable to disease and less likely to thrive. During the winter months, when trees are dormant, trimming them will cause less stress and leave them ready to grow again in the spring.

  4. What is the average cost to cut a tree down?

    Answer: Tree removal costs between $200 and $2,000 per tree. Establishing an average cost can be difficult because each tree will be assessed and priced based on factors like height, trunk diameter, and accessibility. In general, smaller trees cost less to remove than larger trees, as do trees that are more accessible.

  5. How much does it cost to service a tree?

    Answer: The cost to service a tree is typically between $430 and $1,320. The cost to service a tree depends on several factors, including what exactly you’d like done, the tree’s height, its health, the location of the tree, and local labor costs. The national average cost for tree services is $865. Tree trimming isn’t necessary for all trees but can improve their health and longevity by encouraging new growth.

  6. What is the difference between tree trimming and pruning?

    Answer: While tree trimming and tree pruning might appear similar to the untrained eye, they serve different purposes. Tree pruning is used to thin a tree by removing unnecessary or burdensome branches. Tree trimming promotes healthy growth by trimming but not removing branches.

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