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

Tree removal helps eliminate unwanted vegetation from your property and restore your landscape's natural beauty. That's why we're here to help you find the top provider in your area. We've researched and assembled a list of the top tree removal companies in Mesa.

Top Tree Removal Companies in Mesa

Revive Tree Care Logo

Revive Tree Care

4.7/5
Based on 46 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Tree RemovalStump Grinding And RemovalPlanting

Highlights

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

    Mesa Tree Removal

    4.7/5
    Based on 16 customer reviews.

    Services Offered

    Tree RemovalStump Grinding And RemovalTrimming And Pruning

    Highlights

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

    Murphy's Trees

    4.7/5
    Based on 28 customer reviews.

    Services Offered

    Emergency ServicesPlantingDisease CareStump Grinding And RemovalTrimming And PruningTree RemovalRisk Assessment

    Highlights

    • 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

    4.7/5
    Based on 137 customer reviews.

    Services Offered

    Cabling And BracingStump Grinding And RemovalLot ClearingRisk AssessmentPlantingDisease CareTrimming And PruningEmergency ServicesTree Removal

    Highlights

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

    More Local Tree Companies

    Alia's Tree Services And Landscaping

    User Reviews: 4.7/5 

    4328 E Darrel Rd
    Phoenix, AZ 85042

    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

    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

    Professional Tree Monkeys LLC

    User Reviews: 4.4/5 

    850 S River Dr
    Tempe, AZ 85281

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    Facts about Mesa
    Average Tree Height:32 ft
    Common Trees:Alligator Juniper, Arizona White Oak, Utah Juniper
    Average Daily Sunlight:73%
    Hardiness Zone:9b
    Wettest Month:August
    Tree Removal Average Cost:$647

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    How To Choose the Right Mesa Tree Service

    Certain factors, such as services and licensing, are important to consider when choosing a tree removal company. We highlight several key factors below.

    Vet the Company's Qualifications

    Insurance is important for protecting both tree removal customers and workers. These policies can include workers' compensation, professional liability, or general liability insurance. Be sure that the policy specifically mentions tree work coverage. Otherwise, you may be liable for any injuries or damage that occur on your property. There are no mandatory national certifications for tree removal, but a company may employ a certified arborist to conduct inspections. Companies aren't required to have an arborist on staff, but having one provides the added benefit of expert training in tree maintenance, preservation, and care. Arborists are certified by the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA).

    Get Quotes From Multiple Companies

    Homeowners should request quotes from multiple companies to compare things like included services, timelines, and service fees. This helps you find the best deal.

    Confirm the Company Performs Residential Tree Services

    Look for a tree removal company that provides residential services. Residential tree service companies primarily work on private homeowner properties. They have fewer restrictions than commercial companies, which work on commercial properties and therefore need to obey certain city ordinances.

    Request a Tree Risk Assessment

    A tree risk assessment (TRA) is a visual inspection to determine the likelihood of a tree or its branches breaking. This is called tree failure. Evaluating tree failure helps service companies determine how best to minimize the danger to workers and property. Certified arborists typically conduct TRAs. Sometimes there's an additional feel involved, while other times the assessment is included for free with services. Speak with your tree removal company and ensure you have a TRA completed before beginning work.

    Ask About Stump Removal

    Many tree removal companies can also handle stump removal, either with specialized equipment or by hand. This is important because unattended stumps can decompose and attract pests and disease. Ask whether your tree removal company includes stump removal with its services. It typically costs from $69 to $508, with the typical Mesa homeowner paying around $323.

    How Much Does It Cost To Remove A Tree?

    Tree removal services cost, on average, $647, with a range of $315-$1,386. Factors that can influence the price include tree health, tree size and type, and project size. You may pay by acre instead of per tree if you're removing multiple trees. You can expect to pay approximately $1,663 for emergency tree removal. You may also pay a higher price if a tree has a high failure risk or requires additional equipment, safety precautions, or labor.

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    Frequently Asked Questions About Tree Removal in Mesa

    What are some common tree issues?

    Common tree issues include branch and root overgrowth. Branches can extend too far from the tree, becoming hazards if they break. Overgrown roots can damage surrounding driveways, septic tanks, or sidewalks. Pests and diseases impact tree health and could spread to surrounding vegetation. Storm or wind damage could cause broken branches, cracked trunks, or uproot an entire tree. Any tree issues that could damage your property, surrounding homes, cars, or nearby power lines require immediate attention.

    How are tree trimming and tree pruning different?

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

    What are some signs that a tree is dangerous?

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

    Do I need to hire a professional for tree removal?

    Yes. Professional help will ensure your safety and protect your property. The typical DIYer doesn't have the necessary experience using the dangerous equipment and climbing to the unsafe heights necessary for tree removal. This can lead to injury or property damage, or falling trees or branches hitting cars, power lines, homes, or a bystander. For this reason, we strongly recommend hiring a professional.

    Is it okay to leave a downed tree sitting on my lawn?

    No. Remove downed trees from your yard to avoid safety hazards or property damage. Downed trees take up space from living vegetation, and can attract pests. If the downed tree is away from your house, surrounding houses, and power lines, call a tree removal company for help. If the downed tree poses an immediate safety risk, you'll need emergency tree removal.

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