Monster Tree Service’s Frequently Asked Questions
What will my job cost?
The size and complexity of your project will determine the cost. Monster Tree Service is unique because our highly-trained crews have all the tools and equipment they need to complete almost any size job in the most efficient way. From removing large, hard-to-reach branches, to grinding enormous stumps in your yard, we provide the best work at the best price, guaranteed.
Is my tree dying?
Our professional arborists can determine the health of the trees on your property. It takes a professional to inspect the tree to be sure. Trees that appear to be dying may actually only need some TLC; trees that appear to be healthy may actually be in danger of coming down. Our arborists know what to look for.
What makes trees dangerous?
Trees that have structure defects, that are unstable, or that have dangling or damaged branches are among the most dangerous trees. A large tree is not dangerous in and of itself-unless it poses a potential hazard due to damage, disease, injury, or instability. Trees may exhibit structural problems at the base or in the upper canopy, so a full inspection is necessary to truly gauge the potential risks your home or yard are exposed to. Our arborists are experts in identifying trees that pose a danger.
Do you accept credit cards?
Yes. Monster Tree Service does accept most major credit cards.
How can I reduce costs for my project?
There are several ways to reduce costs for a project. First, the scope of the work can be reduced to fit your budget. Second, the project can be broken into phases for better affordability. Thirdly, the project can be performed in the winter, when trees are dormant.
How soon will my project be scheduled?
If your project is an emergency, such as a fallen tree or tilting tree, we will do our best to address your needs as soon as possible. Scheduling care typically varies depending on the season. Typically projects are scheduled within 5 days to several weeks, depending on the size and scope of the job.
Do I need to be home when you perform the work?
There is no need for homeowners to be present when we perform the work. We will take every measure to protect your property, leaving it better than we found it with cleanup and debris removal. That’s a promise.
Are you fully licensed and insured?
Yes. Monster Tree Service meets or exceeds the legal requirements for licensing and insurance as required by each state in which we operate. Rest assured, each Monster Tree Service carries liability coverage to protect your property from harm and workers’ compensation insurance for our employees.
Do your crews work safely?
Monster Tree Service crews are tree service professionals with years of experience in the tree care industry. Supervised by a certified arborist, our employees also are trained in safely operating and handling all equipment, and are skilled in using best practices to safely remove even the largest MONSTER-sized trees on your property-thus, our name!
We utilize weight-distributing ground mats to protect lawns, and of course, we always use common sense and an abundance of caution when removing limbs, trees, stumps, and debris. As professionals, we are daily humbled by the size of the trees we work with, and we never lose respect or awe for their potential danger. That’s why you can trust us to be as cautious and safe as possible.
What should I do if I have a question or a problem?
Feel free to contact your Monster Tree Service arborist directly, or to contact our office. Our professional arborists are always available to handle any questions or concerns you may have.
Can I have cut wood or wood chips?
Yes! When removing trees or branches, we will be happy to cut easy-to-handle sized logs for you, as well as give you wood chips for your garden, if you’d like. Be sure to let us know before we get started!