Tree Service – Pruning and Removal

We are specialists when it comes to technical pruning and dangerous removals all over Mobile and Baldwin Counties. Call today for a free estimate: 251-367-8733. We have two tree service crews fully trained and equipped to handle all of your pruning and removal needs in a professional timely manner. Each tree crew has its own bucket truck, grapple truck, articulated loader, stump grinder, saws, and miscellaneous equipment. Both tree crews are equally trained and fully capable. This is a dangerous job, so we take safety very seriously. All employees are trained in CPR, First Aid, AED, Aerial Rescue, and Urban Forestry. All employees are drug tested pre-employment, at random, and post-accident. Employees are trained in safe work practices in strict compliance with ANSI and OSHA guidelines. You will notice our team members wear hardhats (helmets), eye protection, hearing protection (with built-in communication system), chainsaw protective pants or chaps, and bright green uniform shirts with reflective stripes for maximum visibility. Company carries proper insurance, including general liability and workers compensation for the benefit of the employees and protection of the client. Please ask for proof of these documents to be sent to you directly from the insurance company: that way you know the forms are legitimate, and you will be notified if there is ever a cancellation of a policy. Crews are trained in proper pruning methods to promote structure and longevity in your trees. Crews are trained in rigging to keep from damaging your property. We can access any tree anywhere: this may require an expert climber, a bucket truck, mobile aerial lift, or a crane. Each tree and each situation is unique. Call us today for a free estimate: 251-367-8733.

Removing failed tree from garage
Removing debris from job
Employees at training
Matting to protect lawn and hardscaping
Specialized aerial lift (spider lift) for difficult access
Hazardous tree removal
Personal protective equipment (PPE)
Turf friendly equipment
Safety on the street
Practicing aerial rescue with BCMA Rob Calley