Ed’s Tree Service: Your Tree Removal Professionals in Maryland
Whether you need a tree removal service in Maryland for a preventative or reactive situation, Ed’s Tree Service has you covered. Our team of professional tree experts is trained to provide tree removal effectively in any situation.
We understand how cutting down a tree can be stressful, so we’re here to make the process as simple as can be. Our goal is to leave your property hazard-free and beautiful.
Who is Ed’s Tree Service?
We are a woman-owned, family-run small business. Alice and Ed founded Ed’s Tree Service to provide outstanding tree care to the Maryland community. When it was time for Ed to retire, he and Alice’s son, Kevin, joined Alice in leading the firm.
Our company was founded on the principle of professionalism, having a down-to-earth attitude, commitment to personal service, and your total satisfaction. We are committed to providing the Maryland community with top quality tress services, including tree removal.
It’s extremely important to be licensed and insured when working in the tree industry. Professionalism is one of our top priorities and we believe we have the qualifications and credentials to show it. Alice holds our license (#557) and we can have the insurance company mail or fax a certificate of insurance verifying our liability and workman’s comp coverage if needed.
How do I know if I need tree cutting in MD?
Maintaining the health of your trees and property is extremely important. Knowing the signs for when to remove a tree will help prevent any damage or injury. Listed below are reasons to consider a tree removal service in Maryland:
- Tree is dead
- Tree poses safety risks
- Roots are growing into foundations, lifting sidewalks, or damaging driveways
- Trees interfere with building of a new structure
- Tree grows too big for the area it was planted in
- Trees become a nuisance
- Tree is damaged from wind or storm
What does the removal process look like?
Our tree care experts will inspect your yard to identify safety risks and target problem trees.
When a tree needs to be taken down, our highly skilled crews use specialized technical rigging equipment and/or cranes to handle the job as safely and efficiently as possible. Ed’s Tree Service employs some of the most experienced professional tree climbers in the industry, and our tree removal process is designed to protect people, structures, and landscaping.
Our Maryland tree removal services include careful consideration of the environment, state of the tree, and the removal itself. Depending on the situation, our team may be able to work carefully to remove smaller pieces of the tree such as larger limbs. Once the tree is groomed, the tree will be cut and handled with our equipment to be fully removed. In every situation, we ensure a clear and safe area where the problem tree will not damage surrounding objects.
Once your tree is removed, our team can remove the resulting stump. Our stump removal services involve stump grinding to ensure full eradication of the tree.
What if I need emergency tree removal?
If you’re in need of an emergency tree cutting service in Maryland, our tree removal team can help you within hours. The process will proceed as follows:
- A tree service estimator will come to your property, provide a written estimate, and go over the details with you.
- If a tree or branch falls on your house, fence, garage, or other structure, our reputation and guidance will move you through the insurance claims process, maximizing your policy coverage and minimizing your stress.
- Our expert crane operators and tree removal crews take great care to protect and preserve your property. A tree falling on your house is bad enough; no one should have to deal with additional unnecessary damage from tree removal.
We will contact your insurance agent, explain the situation, get approval, and bill your insurance company directly if possible to avoid out-of-pocket costs. Be sure to review your insurance coverage policy when it comes to tree removal as a result of weather damage, as coverage may differ.