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Written By Callie Marsalisi|Last Updated: February 05, 2024

Tree removal helps eliminate unwanted vegetation from your lawn, restoring your landscape's natural beauty. If you're looking for the right tree company, we're here to help. Below, find our top tree removal companies in Gilbert.

Top Tree Removal Companies in Gilbert

Revive Tree Care Logo

Revive Tree Care

Based on 46 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Tree RemovalPlantingStump Grinding And Removal


    524 N 38th St, Mesa, AZ 480-201-1792 revivetreecare.com
    Mesa Tree Removal Logo

    Mesa Tree Removal

    Based on 16 customer reviews.

    Services Offered

    Tree RemovalTrimming And PruningStump Grinding And Removal


    • Clear pricing policy
    • Reliable customer support
    • Free quote
    3846 E Covina St, Mesa, AZ 480-540-1845 mesatreeremovals.com
    Murphy's Trees LLC. Logo

    Murphy's Trees

    Based on 28 customer reviews.

    Services Offered

    Emergency ServicesStump Grinding And RemovalTree RemovalTrimming And PruningRisk AssessmentPlantingDisease Care


    • Reliable customer support
    • Clear pricing policy
    • Prompt service delivery
    7650 S Mcclintock Dr Ste. 103/405, Tempe, AZ 480-616-6296 murphystreesllc.com
    New Heights Tree Service LLC Logo

    New Heights Tree Service

    Based on 137 customer reviews.

    Services Offered

    PlantingTree RemovalTrimming And PruningCabling And BracingEmergency ServicesStump Grinding And RemovalRisk AssessmentDisease CareLot Clearing


    • Clear pricing policy
    • Informative resources
    • Reliable customer support
    2824 N Power Rd Suite 113-449, Mesa, AZ 480-414-5903 newheights-tree.com

    More Local Tree Companies

    Heartwood Tree Care

    User Reviews: 4.6/5 

    2487 S Gilbert Rd Ste 106-465
    Gilbert, AZ 85295

    All About Trees

    User Reviews: 4.5/5 

    1663 E Baseline Rd Ste 5N
    Gilbert, AZ 85233

    Tempe Tree Service

    User Reviews: 4.5/5 

    136 E Bonita Way
    Tempe, AZ 85281

    Bartlett Tree Experts

    User Reviews: 4.5/5 

    2614 W Baseline Rd
    Mesa, AZ 85202

    Arbor Care Tree Service

    User Reviews: 4.4/5 

    5235 S Kyrene Rd
    Tempe, AZ 85283

    ArborCraft Tree Service

    User Reviews: 4.5/5 

    10121 Ampere Ave
    Mesa, AZ 85212

    King's Tree Services

    User Reviews: 4.4/5 

    602 S Robson
    Mesa, AZ 85210

    Tree Doctors, Inc

    User Reviews: 4.4/5 

    1415 W San Angelo St
    Gilbert, AZ 85233

    Green Keeper Tree Care

    User Reviews: 4.4/5 

    4135 S Power Rd STE 112
    Mesa, AZ 85212

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    Facts about Gilbert
    Average Tree Height:32 ft
    Common Trees:Alligator Juniper, Arizona White Oak, Utah Juniper
    Average Daily Sunlight:73%
    Hardiness Zone:9b
    Wettest Month:January
    Tree Removal Average Cost:$747

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    How To Choose the Right Gilbert Tree Service

    Factors such as licensing and services offered are important considerations when choosing a tree removal company. We go over several key factors below.

    Vet the Company's Qualifications

    Make sure that your tree service provider holds insurance, such as workers' compensation, professional liability, and general liability insurance. Insurance serves to protect both workers and customers. They should mention tree work coverage specifically, because otherwise you may be liable for any injuries or damage on your property. There are no mandatory national certifications for tree removal, but a company may employ a certified arborist to conduct inspections. Having one isn't a requirement, but an arborist provides the added benefit of expert training in tree care, maintenance, and preservation. Arborists are certified by the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA).

    Get Quotes From Multiple Companies

    We recommend requesting quotes from more than one company. This lets you compare aspects such as included services, service fees, and timelines to find the best deal.

    Confirm the Company Performs Residential Tree Services

    We recommend employing a company that specializes in residential tree services. Residential tree companies have fewer city-mandated service restrictions than commercial companies, which must follow certain city ordinances.

    Request a Tree Risk Assessment

    A tree risk assessment (TRA) evaluates the possibility of tree failure. A tree removal professional will visually inspect a tree to determine the risk of the tree or its branches breaking. A TRA helps minimize the risk of damage to your property or harm to workers. Talk to your tree removal company and ensure you have a TRA completed before starting work. These assessments are typically performed by certified arborists. Some companies include TRAs with services, while others charge an extra fee.

    Ask About Stump Removal

    Companies can remove stumps by hand or using special equipment. Left unattended, stumps will rot and can attract pests and disease. Ask your tree removal company if it includes stump removal in its service. Costs vary between $80 to $587, with the typical Gilbert homeowner paying about $373.

    How Much Does It Cost To Remove A Tree?

    You can expect to spend an average of $747 for tree removal services. Costs can vary from $364-$1,600 and are influenced by things like project size, tree size and type, and tree health. Companies may charge per acre instead of per tree if you're having multiple trees removed. Services will cost more if a tree has a high failure risk or requires additional safety precautions, labor, or equipment. Expect to pay about $1,920 for emergency tree removal.

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    Frequently Asked Questions About Tree Removal in Gilbert

    What are some common tree issues?

    Some common tree issues include branch and root overgrowth. Branches may extend too far outwards, becoming hazards if they break. Overgrown roots could cause damage to surrounding driveways, sidewalks, or septic tanks. Diseases and pests impact tree health and could spread to surrounding vegetation. Storm or wind damage can break branches, crack trunks, or uproot the entire tree. Trees that pose safety hazards to your property, surrounding homes, cars, or nearby power lines require immediate attention.

    How are tree pruning and tree trimming different?

    Although tree trimming and pruning benefit a tree's health, they accomplish two distinct goals. Trimming reduces overgrown branches to help moisture and light absorption. Pruning removes excess or unhealthy branches to stimulate growth. Both services are done at separate times of the year and help improve your landscape.

    How can I tell if a tree is dangerous?

    There are a number of signs that a tree may be dangerous. Common indicators include visible cracking between branches or throughout the trunk. These cracks can signal an immediate danger if they appear on heavy branches or especially deep in the trunk. Other signs, such as dead branches, missing bark, rot, or fungus or mold growth, could indicate disease. Have a tree evaluated immediately if you notice raised dirt surrounding the base or if it begins leaning.

    Do I need to hire a professional for tree removal?

    Yes. We recommend hiring a professional for tree removal to protect you and your property. Tree removal uses dangerous equipment and climbing to unsafe heights. Most DIYers lack the necessary tree-cutting experience and could cause property damage or personal harm. Additional hazards include falling trees or branches damaging your home and car or hitting power lines or a bystander.

    Is it safe to leave a downed tree on my lawn?

    No, downed trees should be removed from your lawn to prevent safety hazards and property damage. Fallen trees often attract pests, on top of taking up yard space that could house living vegetation. If the fallen tree isn't close to your home, surrounding homes, or power lines, contact a tree removal company to have it removed. If there's an immediate safety risk, you'll need emergency tree removal services.

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