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Tree Removal Services in Macon, GA and Surrounding Areas

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Tree Removal

While trees are a beautiful part of the natural landscape, they can become major problems as well. There are things that can happen over time to the integrity of the tree or the land around it that makes removing it the best option. Signs that it’s time to remove a tree:

Large Amount of Dead Branches

If you see dead branches appearing in large numbers, especially at the tree’s crown, chances are that the entire tree is close to dying as well. Taking a tree down before it falls is always the safer option.


If your tree is cracked, discolored, or pest infected, then structural integrity of it could be seriously compromised. If a tree is suffering from an infection, it’s at a much higher risk to fall.

Sudden Leaning

If a tree has always bent in a certain direction, that is normal. If it shifts and seems to be leaning more intensely or develops a lean it never had, it could be a sign of structural weakness.

Proximity to power lines or structures

If your trees are growing close to power lines or your buildings, it can pose a severe threat. The last thing you want is for a tree to damage vital components of your home or business

Tree Hauling

Tree Hauling

On top of removing dangerous trees, we are also well-equipped to haul trees away from your property. We know how difficult it can be to move a felled tree, especially a large-scale one, but we have the heavy-duty equipment and know how to clean your property of these problematic trees. Just like our tree removal service, our hauling is available on a 24-hour basis for emergencies so you are never left with a tree problem for long.

Stump Grinding

Stump Grinding

If you have a tree removed, whether it was done by a tree company or fell from natural causes, the stump will always be left behind to some extent. A snapped off stump can be spiky and dangerous, but even a properly cut one can pose many problems on a property. Not only is a stump an eyesore, but it’s simply in the way. It will be a protrusion on your lawn that you have to drive around with your lawn mower, have your kids avoid when they are playing in the yard, and something that will only get worse looking with time as it decays. Why leave a stump behind when there are better options?

Stump Grinding VS Removal

Stump grinding and removal are both options to get rid of an unsightly and unsafe stump from your property, but they both have their own unique benefits. Stump grinding is generally a cheaper process that involves excavating the stump of the tree without touching the root system. The stump can be ground down to just below the soil level or even a foot below ground so you won’t have to see it or deal with it again.

Stump removal, the pricier option of the two, involves pulling the entire stump from the ground, including all the roots attached. While this might sound appealing, in many cases it doesn’t make sense, as it will cause a mess by yanking up a great deal of soil since it needs heavy duty equipment and force to attain. If you plan on planting in the same location in the future, a full removal is the better choice though, as it will take care of root systems that would get in the way. No matter which option you prefer, we can get rid of the stumps on your property and even offer this service on a 24-hour basis in the case of emergencies.

Tree Trimming

Tree Trimming

Trimming trees can have a great deal of benefits for the overall health of the tree. While many people think of trimming as a method of removing dead or dangerous branches that pose a risk of falling, there is more to it than that. Pruning can let your tree grow better by removing branches that are overlapping and bumping into each other, as well as help you shape the tree more effectively.

When to Trim:

While it’s perfectly fine to trim dead wood off a tree whenever you see it, major pruning and trimming should be done at certain times of year. Here are the ideal times to maintain your tree, recommended by the Arbor Day Foundation directly.


It’s most common to trim trees while they are dormant in the winter because it promotes new growth in the spring. Waiting until after the coldest months of the year have passed helps ease the tree’s recovery period.


Pruning in spring is usually only applicable to flowering trees, which can be cut after the flowers fade. Even still, it’s best to wait until after the best weeks of growth are behind.


After the seasonal growth of spring has happened, you can direct the growth by pruning. You’ll be able to see the way the tree is naturally inclined to grow and guide it accordingly. You can also cut any limbs that have grown in an unhealthy way.


Fall is a time when trees start to shut down for the winter, so pruning them in this time period puts undue stress on their health. Decay and fungi spread like wildfire in the fall and the wounds from being trimmed take longer to heal, making it a dangerous endeavor to trim aggressively in autumn.