Reasons to Use a Professional Tree Service

Tree Service Gainesville FLMany people feel that tree trimming and maintenance is something that is a potential do it yourself project or something that anyone who owns a chainsaw can handle. These ideas can be dangerous for both safety and the health of your trees.

In order to ensure that any tree removal or tree trimming is done to the highest standards people should hire a professional tree service company such as Mr. Tree and Lawn Service. We are qualified to provide a variety of tree care services, including pruning, tree removal, emergency tree care, and other services.

Some of the things that any consumer should look for in their tree care professional are –

  • Check for rating with the Better Business Bureau. Mr. Tree and Lawn service is proud of our A+ rating which demonstrates a commitment to quality work and customer service.
  • Are they aware of necessary licenses and permits? Some governmental agencies require approvals and/or inspections before beginning work in specific areas or on certain tree types. Don’t leave yourself exposed to potential violations including fines.
  • Be wary of individuals who go door-to-door offering bargains for tree work. Most trustworthy companies don’t require this kind of solicitation to promote their business.
  • Don’t always accept the lowest bid. It’s important to weigh bids against each other for price, skill and professionalism to determine the best person or company for the work needed.
  • A professional tree service will only practice industry-accepted practices. Practices like tree-topping, removing excessive amounts of live wood, using spikes on a live, healthy tree and removing or disfiguring a living tree without just cause are all in violation of industry standards.

If you need tree services for your home or business in the Gainesville area, contact the professionals at Mr. Tree and Lawn Service. You can contact us via phone at 352-682-4444 or via the convenient “Contact” feature on our website.

 

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