Taking down a tree isn’t always a desirable option, but it can sometimes be a matter of protecting valuable personal property. When the decision is made to remove a tree, it’s important to choose a service provider that has the experience to safely bring trees to the ground – protecting your most valuable assets.
Why Top Notch?
Pruning Trees in Knoxville is especially important. Pruning improves structure and removes potentially dangerous dead limbs. Trees naturally shed limbs as a method of survival, so it’s not always an indicator of a dead tree, but it is an indicator that the tree needs attention.
Preserving tree health in Knoxville should be part of any homeowners maintenance program. They’re a valuable asset and should be regarded that way. Making sure they’re in peak condition at all times is important to for promoting longer lifespans.
Free Tree Care Consultations
We are a full service tree care provider, licensed and insured for your protection. We offer total tree care and tree removal to Knoxville and surrounding areas. We not only remove trees but focus on tree care as well. We bid and complete all work in house. Our arborist will meet with you to discuss your tree care needs and provide you with a written estimate. Upon your acceptance, we will schedule your work. When your work has been scheduled the same arborist will oversee and make sure that all specifications of your job are followed as per our conversations and what is written on our contract. If you are looking for tree removal in Knoxville you have come to the right place.
The Right Tools
We have the tools to get the job done. With our bucket trucks, we can reach even the most difficult limbs to ensure safe tree removal. That means not only can we reach more limbs in more places, but we can bring them down more safely than imagined. We care about your investments. Our priority is to protect them.
Our specialty is hazardous tree removal. Not only do we have the tools to get the job done safely, our area of expertise is bringing down even the most dangerous trees. Our crews have trained diligently in ANSI safety procedures. When we’re on the job site, we stay six steps ahead of what could potentially happen with our trees.