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Tree removal can be a tricky process and requires an experienced eye to do it correctly. Multiple variables such as the size, location, health, and soil condition of the tree should all be taken into account to remove trees safely from commercial and residential properties. Our arborists are experienced in the latest tree removal techniques and understand how to properly assess each situation. We realize that every project is unique which is why we take time to review details with each client before commencing any action – guaranteeing your safety as well as a great service experience. 

experienced in tree removal service in northeast arkansas

If your property has trees that are unhealthy or weakened by disease or weather damage, it is critical that you remove them right away. Damaged and diseased trees present a significant safety hazard to your home and family. By calling an arborist from Pinner Landscaping and Tree Care for tree removal, you can be confident that the job will be done correctly and safely.  

signs you may need to call a professional tree service include: 

dead or dying branches

To see whether a branch is dead or alive, try the “scratch test.” Gently scratch off the outer bark on a twig or branch to expose the inner bark.If the inner bark is moist, flexible, green, and looks fresh, the branch is probably alive. If it's dry and brittle, the twig or branch is not living.

visible signs of disease or infestation

  • Discoloration, spots, or bumps on leaves.
  • Branch dieback, wilting, or stunted foliage.
  • Mushrooms or fungal growth near a tree's trunk.
  • Dark areas or oozing liquid on the trunk or roots.
  • Presence of defoliating insects, nests, or caterpillars.

trees that are too close to buildings or power lines

Consider mature height of trees. Never plant a tree that could grow to 25 feet or more near a power line. Tall growing trees should be planted at least 20 feet away from power lines and 50 feet away to avoid future pruning.  

overhanging branches blocking roads or walkways

Overgrown trees and shrubs endanger us all when they block the view of traffic signs, pedestrians, bicyclists, and drivers on our roads. If the trees and vegetation are blocking visibility in the street, or at an intersection, it is the responsibility of the property owner to trim the trees.


Contact Pinner Landscaping and Tree Care today for all of your landscaping, hardscaping, and tree care needs.