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    Callie Marsalisi
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Tree removal enhances the natural beauty of your yard by removing unwanted vegetation. If you're looking for the right tree company, we're here to help. Below are our top choices for tree removal services around Greensboro.

10 Best Tree Removal Companies in Greensboro

Brands are algorithmically curated from a database of local service providers near you. We require a minimum number of Google reviews and average ratings for provider inclusion.

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Triad Tree Removal LLC Logo
Top Rated

Triad Tree Removal LLC

4.7/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 146 reviews


4262 Pleasant Garden Rd, Greensboro, NC 27406

(336) 908-7990

triadtreeremovallc.com
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H & B Stump Removal & Tree Services

4.3/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 30 reviews


4426 Green Lake Ct #8243, Greensboro, NC 27407

(336) 855-7589

www.stumpandtree.com

Trim Pro Tree & Landscaping

4.6/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 71 reviews


3642 Sunset Hollow Dr, High Point, NC 27265

(336) 596-1305

trimprotree.us

Bill's Tree Service, Inc

4/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 27 reviews


2028 Fleming Rd, Greensboro, NC 27410

(336) 605-5733

billstreeinc.com
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Arbor Masters Tree Service

4.2/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 29 reviews


6435 Lake Brandt Rd, Summerfield, NC 27358

(336) 344-9420

www.arbormastersnc.com

Seamster Tree & Stumpdoctor stump grinding

4.7/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 53 reviews


2131 Rougemount Ln, Kernersville, NC 27284

(336) 991-4866

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Curtis Tree Service

4.6/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 70 reviews


718 Steen Rd, Kernersville, NC 27284

(336) 993-8582

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Lee's Tree Services, NC

4.7/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 45 reviews


402 W Parkway Ave, High Point, NC 27262

(336) 687-2934

www.leestreeservicesnc.com

Compton's Tree Service Inc

4.6/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 72 reviews


1590 Slate Rd, Kernersville, NC 27284

(336) 993-4069

www.comptonstreeservice.com

Durwood Tree Service

4.2/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 17 reviews


716 Smith St, Gibsonville, NC 27249

(336) 516-0348

www.durwoodtreeservice.com

Facts about Greensboro

  • Average Tree Height:
    49 ft
  • Common Trees:
    Virginia Pine, Yellow-Poplar, Sweetgum
  • Average Daily Sunlight:
    58%
  • Hardiness Zone:
    7b
  • Wettest Month:
    July
  • Tree Removal Average Cost:
    $552

How To Choose the Right Greensboro Tree Service

Factors like licensing and services offered are important considerations when choosing a tree removal company. We highlight several of these key factors below.

Vet the Company's Qualifications

Tree service companies should have insurance to protect their workers and customers. Examples of policies include general liability, workers' compensation, and professional liability insurance. The policies should specifically mention tree work coverage because otherwise, you might be responsible for any damage or injuries that occur on your property.

Tree removal companies have no mandatory national certifications, but many employ arborists to perform inspections. Companies aren't required to have an arborist on staff, but having one 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

Homeowners should request quotes from a handful of companies to compare elements of the quotes like service fees, included services, and timelines. This helps find the best deal.

Confirm the Company Performs Residential Tree Services

A residential tree removal company will have fewer restrictions than a commercial one. Commercial tree companies work on large commercial projects and therefore must follow certain city ordinances. For this reason, we recommend hiring a company that specializes in residential tree services.

Request a Tree Risk Assessment

A tree risk assessment (TRA) helps minimize the risk of harm to workers or damage to your property. Your tree service professional will visually inspect a tree and its branches to determine the risk of breaking, also called tree failure.

Some companies charge an additional fee for a TRA, while others include them free with services. Typically, certified arborists conduct these assessments. Talk to your tree removal company and ensure an assessment is completed before work begins.

Ask About Stump Removal

Your tree removal professional will remove stumps from your yard by hand or with special equipment. This is important because stumps left untreated will rot over time and might attract pests or disease. Check with potential companies to verify stump removal is included with their service. Costs range from $59 to $434, with the typical Greensboro homeowner paying about $276.

How Much Does It Cost To Remove A Tree?

On average, Arbor elimination services cost around $552. Your final cost may range from $269-$1,183, and be influenced by things like project size, tree size and type, and tree health. Emergency services may cost about $1,420, and you'll pay more if a tree has a high failure risk or needs additional safety precautions, equipment, or labor. A tree removal company may charge by the acre instead of per tree if you're having multiple trees removed.

Frequently Asked Questions about Tree Removal in Greensboro

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