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Written By Callie Marsalisi|Last Updated: April 18, 2024

Tree removal helps you enhance the natural beauty of your yard by eliminating unwanted vegetation. That's why we want to help you find the best company near you. Below, find our picks for Cherry Hill's top tree removal companies.

Top Tree Removal Companies in Cherry Hill



Based on 31 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Trimming And PruningTree RemovalStump Grinding And Removal


  • Clear pricing policy
  • Informative resources
  • Free quote
604 Walnut St, Delanco, NJ 908-922-2382 marianotreeservicesllc.com
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Melo's Tree Service

Based on 60 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Tree RemovalTrimming And Pruning


    434 S Forklanding Rd, Maple Shade, NJ 609-214-4616 melostreeservice.com
    Prate's Tree Service, LLC Logo

    Prate's Tree Service

    Based on 40 customer reviews.

    Services Offered

    Lot ClearingStump Grinding And RemovalPlantingTrimming And PruningEmergency ServicesDisease CareTree Removal


    • Reliable customer support
    • Free quote
    • Prompt service delivery
    516 Glendale Ave, Maple Shade, NJ 856-425-1974 pratestreeservices.com
    Rock Solid Tree Services and More, LLC Logo

    Rock Solid Tree Services and More

    Based on 101 customer reviews.

    Services Offered

    Tree Removal


    • Free quote
    • Reliable customer support
    • Clear pricing policy
    401 W. Broad St, Palmyra, NJ 856-448-2196 rocksolidtreeservices.com

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    User Reviews: 4.7/5 

    4928 Rorer St
    Philadelphia, PA 19120

    B&B Tree Service, Inc.

    User Reviews: 4.5/5 

    9 7th Ave
    Glendora, NJ 08029

    A Cut Above Tree Service

    User Reviews: 4.5/5 

    84 Kelly Driver Rd
    Laurel Springs, NJ 08021

    May Tree care

    User Reviews: 4.5/5 

    106 Ark Rd
    Lumberton, NJ 08048

    Tree & Land Masters LLC

    User Reviews: 4.5/5 

    601 NJ-73
    Berlin, NJ 08009

    Haddon Tree Co

    User Reviews: 4.4/5 

    222 W Atlantic Ave Building B
    Haddon Heights, NJ 08035


    User Reviews: 4.7/5 

    206 Coolidge Ave
    Beverly, NJ 08010

    Tom's Tree Service

    User Reviews: 4.3/5 

    311 Colonial Dr
    Wenonah, NJ 08090

    Meinhart's Tree Service

    User Reviews: 4.3/5 

    504 Delsea Dr
    Sewell, NJ 08080

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    Facts about Cherry Hill
    Average Tree Height:50 ft
    Common Trees:Red Maple, Pitch Pine, White Oak
    Average Daily Sunlight:54%
    Hardiness Zone:7a
    Wettest Month:July
    Tree Removal Average Cost:$930

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    How To Choose the Right Cherry Hill Tree Service

    Below, we go over several important factors for choosing a tree removal company. These include services, licensing, and more.

    Vet the Company's Qualifications

    Insurance is important for protecting both tree removal customers and workers. These policies might include professional liability, workers' compensation, 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 aren't mandatory national certification for tree removal, but a company might employ a certified arborist to conduct inspections. An arborist is a specialist who's earned voluntary certifications from the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA). Companies aren't required to have one on staff, but arborists provide many benefits due to their training in tree care, preservation, and maintenance.

    Get Quotes From Multiple Companies

    We recommend requesting quotes from multiple companies to find the best deals. Compare each aspect of your quote, like timelines, included services, and service fees.

    Confirm the Company Performs Residential Tree Services

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

    Request a Tree Risk Assessment

    A tree risk assessment (TRA) helps minimize the risk of harm to workers or property. A tree service professional will visually inspect a tree and its branches to evaluate the risk of breakage (called tree failure). 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 undertaking any work.

    Ask About Stump Removal

    Ask your tree removal company if stump removal is included with its service. This service is important because neglected stumps can rot and may attract pests or disease. Your tree removal company will remove your stump either with specialized equipment or by hand. This service costs from $100 to $731, with the typical Cherry Hill homeowner paying about $465.

    How Much Does It Cost To Remove A Tree?

    You can expect to spend an average of $930 for tree removal services. Costs will range between $453-$1,994 and are affected by things like tree size and type, project size, and tree health. You may pay per acre instead of per tree if multiple trees need to be removed. Services will cost more if a tree has a high failure risk or requires additional labor, equipment, or safety precautions. You can expect to pay about $2,393 for emergency tree removal.

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    Frequently Asked Questions About Tree Removal in Cherry Hill

    What are some common tree issues?

    Storm and wind damage often causes tree issues, including cracked trunks, broken branches, or even uprooting of the entire tree. Pests and diseases can damage the health of an entire area of vegetation. Even if a tree is not damaged by any of these factors, there can still be issues with branch and root overgrowth. Overgrown branches can extend too far from the tree and create hazards when they break. Overgrown roots can damage driveways, septic tanks, or sidewalks. If a tree poses a risk to your property, surrounding homes, cars, or power lines, make sure it gets immediate attention.

    How are tree trimming and tree pruning different?

    Tree trimming and tree pruning both benefit a tree's health, but achieve two different goals. Trimming reduces overgrown branches to help light and moisture absorption. Pruning removes excess or unhealthy branches to stimulate growth. Both services occur at different 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 may be dangerous. Some common indicators include visible cracking in the trunk or between branches. These cracks can signal an immediate danger if they're on heavy branches or especially deep in the trunk. Additional signs, such as rot, fungus or mold growth, missing bark, or dead branches, 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. Hiring a professional helps protect your property and ensure your safety. The typical DIYer doesn't have much experience climbing to the unsafe heights and using the dangerous equipment required for tree removal. This can lead to property damage or injury, or falling branches or trees hitting homes, power lines, cars, 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 lawn to prevent safety hazards and property damage. Fallen trees occupy necessary yard space and can attract pests. If the downed tree is away from your home, surrounding homes, or power lines, contact a tree removal company to have it taken away. If the fallen tree poses an immediate safety risk, you'll need emergency tree removal services.

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