Wisconsin Tree Removal

Tree Removal Milwaukee Trusts for Safe, High-Quality and Affordable Service

While the focus of our work is on preserving and caring for trees, there are times when it is necessary to remove a tree. The most common reason is when a tree has become diseased or infested by insects.

There are many types of insects and tree diseases which can kill a tree, often in fairly short order. The anthracnose fungus, for instance, has increasingly been devastating deciduous trees around the Milwaukee area. And elm trees are at risk of infestation by the Emerald Ash Borer. Our certified arborists are trained to spot infestations and tree disease early, when it is still possible to salvage a tree. However, sometimes there is no other option but to remove a tree.

When To Have a Tree Removed

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1. The tree has internal damage

Although an affected tree may still have leaves on it and seem to be in good shape, internal damage can easily make it prone to falling over. Often, all it takes is a windstorm or a heavy rain to cause such a tree to come toppling down—a serious concern if the tree is within striking range of your house or driveway.

While we offer emergency tree removal service throughout the Milwaukee area, we highly recommend removing any dead or dying trees before it becomes an emergency situation.

2. The roots are threatening nearby structures

If a tree has become so large its root system is now endangering the foundation of your home, or breaking apart your driveway, removal is your only option.

3. The tree is blocking sunlight

Many homeowners have trees so large their canopies don't allow enough sunlight to reach other plants in the landscaping. Trimming branches often helps, but in most cases the only sure way to allow more light into the yard is to remove the oversized tree.

The Right Equipment For The Job—No Matter How Big

As you can see from the photo above removing large trees is not a job for the neighborhood handyman. We have invested heavily in a fleet of specialty landscaping machinery to ensure the safe and efficient removal of large trees and fallen branches. The technology we have at our disposal, combined with our years of experience, makes Russ's Tree Service Milwaukee's best choice for tree removal jobs.

Our certified arborists safely remove trees of all sizes with minimal impact on the rest of your yard. Usually, the stump is left in the ground—cut as close as to the ground as possible. With evergreens, the tree roots die once the trunk and the needles which provide them fuel are gone. If you want no evidence a tree was ever in your yard, our stump grinding service can take tree stumps down to a depth of about two feet. Covered with fill dirt and grass seed, it won't be long before you can't even tell a tree was there.

Let Us Earn Your Trust, One Tree At A Time

There's a reason Russ's Tree Service is the tree removal service Milwaukee trusts most. Our knowledgeable, experienced and dependable Wisconsin tree service contractors are experts in safely and efficiently removing both small and large trees. With the use of specialized turf-friendly equipment, we are able to remove trees in even the most precarious of positions. And it doesn't hurt to have the most affordable tree removal rates in Milwaukee!

Whether you need a dead tree removed, an overhanging tree removed or an emergency tree removal after a severe storm has left a large tree lying across your lawn, Russ’s Tree Service has the best Wisconsin tree care contractors to ensure you are kept safe and your property is kept beautiful.

Russ’s Tree Service provides tree removal to both residential and commercial properties throughout southeastern Wisconsin, including Milwaukee, Waukesha, Brookfield, Racine, Kenosha, West Allis, Union Grove and Muskego.

Contact our Milwaukee tree removal specialists today for a free quote on the tree care service you need at a price you’ll appreciate.

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