I Cut it, You haul it
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Name, Address, Phone Number
Let’s find a day that works for us to remove the tree.
Payment is received upon completion.
Why Hire us?
We have less overhead, less employees, no physical shop, no trailers, no dump trucks etc.
We are trained how to climb trees safely and cut them down piece by piece.
All of us are from Rochester and grew up in the community.
I try to give honest prices, honest advice, and honest estimates. If I feel like the project is over my head I will gladly recommend someone else.
Need Help? I Have contacts..
Hauling (Truck & Trailer):
Jake’s Hanson (608) 567- 1651
Sheldon Wipf (507) 923-8777
Alex Mulholland (507) 398-7972
Hauling (Heavy Equipment):
Matt Salerno (507) 216-2435
Adam or John (507) 202-8545
Stumps & Landscaping LLC (507) 216- 2435
Standard Tree Removal:
What Is “Standard”?
Whether your tree is small or large we can remove it. I take safety very seriously and only use the latest equipment the industry has to offer.
With standard removals it’s important to understand if the tree is alive or dead. When a very large tree is dead it poses a greater risk to a climber and a crane or boom truck can be used in these situations. I do not have access to that equipment yet, but know of several local companies that I can recommend. If the tree is overhanging power lines I will more than likely contact the power company in your area or in Rochester to request a power line or service drop. This will sometimes delay our process and may take 1-3 weeks depending on the power companies availability.
What Is Tree Pruning?
Pruning is simply the act of removing branches selectively from a tree. By doing this you improve the tree’s structure by removing unwanted branches while encouraging new healthy growth.
In the forest trees naturally do their own thing. They stretch their branches and limbs as high as they can possibly grow, while sending old weak limbs and branches to the forest floor. Resulting in the common deadwood seen at the base of untouched forests. In urban areas (or our backyard), trees don’t have as much freedom. Of course for good reason, we want our trees to look as natural as possible, but we also don’t want them sending dead branches to the floor. This is where pruning comes in!
Frequently Asked Questions:
Why is Tree Work So Expensive?
- It’s Dangerous for the climber & customer:
- Liability insurance & workers compensation is extremely expensive
- Tree work is statistically the most dangerous job in America
- Unfortunately tree climbing safety equipment is very expensive
- Talented labor is expensive
- Proper training & certifications are costly
- Maintenance is never ending
- Professional chainsaws are very expensive
- Hidden costs of business:
- Vehicle Insurance
- Gas prices
Are you insured?
Yes! Licensed & insured with the proper permits etc.
The more trees you trim or remove on your property the cheaper every tree is
How Much Is Trimming?
$100-$1000 (depends on tree complexity)
How Much to Just Drop a tree?
$50-$500 (depends on tree complexity)
Cost to Remove a Tree With Ropes?
$200-$2000 (depends on tree size)
Where Do You Work?
Preferably within 10 miles of Rochester
Do You Use Heavy Equipment?
No, we only climb trees
Do You Cut the wood into Pieces?
Yes for an additional price
Some of the Gear I use:
I (Andrew) have worked for two tree service companies where I learned how to climb trees and manage daily operations. I eventually decided to go my own way.
I went to Winona State University and graduated with a bachelors degree in Accounting & Marketing in 2016. If you’re interested in supporting a young business owner with a passion for people and tree work, contact me today and I would love to talk to you!
I also have several part time employees I use as ground-men to make the jobs go quicker and easier. I’m sure you will see one of them if your job requires complex rigging systems!
Cut & Leave Tree Service
Questions? Call or Text
Monday- Friday (9-5)