Your Lines Need Help
It’s exhausting trying to keep the trees around your electrical and power lines healthy and safe all year long. Before you know it, your tree branches are growing like weeds, several trees are battling pests, and now your lines are in a threatening position.
Sick and overgrown trees can be incredibly dangerous because of their potential to lose large branches or even topple over. They threaten people who walk by the trees and lines, and they threaten any of your assets within the drop zone.
With one strong wind, one bad storm, or even without any reason at all, sick or unsafe branches could leave you with heaping expenses, legal fees, and a huge mess to clean up that could have easily been avoided with the right tree service company.
Unfortunately, many tree care services fail to show up when they say they will, leaving you at risk for accidents and disasters. And when they do finally show up, they leave you with a mess to clean up and a more expensive bill than you expected.
We Hear You.
SAFETY IS YOUR #1 PRIORITY — IT’S OURS, TOO.
Properly caring for your trees requires an obsessive commitment to safety and attention to detail. You need a certified arborist with the expertise to correctly and safely prune your branches, and if needed, cut down your trees in order to keep them from interfering with your electrical and power lines.
We provide you with a reliable tree care service. You can count on us to be there when we say we will, and we won’t blindside you with unexpected expenses and incomplete work.
Have a tree that went down during a storm? We have an Emergency Storm Response team who can quickly and safely take care of critical tree branches and downed trees to get you back up and running as soon as possible.
Get the tree care you actually need.
Utility Line Clearing:
We will assure the performance of your systems are reliable in a safe and professional way.
Pruning keeps your trees healthy, aesthetically pleasing, and safe.
We will safely remove dangerous or pesky trees, minimizing damage to your landscape and infrastructure.
We will help prevent pests and diseases from causing bigger problems.
At CHOP, we are staffed with West Michigan’s best Certified Arborists. We have achieved a level of knowledge in the art and science of tree care through experience and by passing a comprehensive examination developed by some of the nation’s leading experts on tree care.
We will listen carefully to your tree needs and goals, then we will provide you with a customized comprehensive plan and an accurate estimate that stays within your budget.
Our commitment to safety, quality, transparency, and diligent communication means that you can count on us to show up when we say we will, and to complete our work professionally and on budget.
Get in Touch with Us
When you work with CHOP, we will develop an understanding of your goals and formulate a comprehensive plan to complete the work safely, professionally, and with care for the effect on your property.
Fill out the form below and tell us about your project needs, and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Or give us a call today and speak directly with one of our experts!
What our clients are saying
"CHOP offers great service for a truly wonderful price. The workers are very friendly and did a great job of removing the downed trees on my property."
- Becky C.
"CHOP Tree Service did an awesome job after a 36” diameter walnut tree blew over onto my house during a bad storm. Within less than four hours, they had the tree removed and everything completely cleaned up!"
- Mary M.
"We had a tree removed and a giant branch removed that was hanging over the garage. I can’t say enough good about this company. Doug came and gave us advice on what to remove, how to proceed and gave us an estimate. The crew arrived on time, was courteous, efficient, fast but cautious, and cleaned everything up. Highly recommend this company!"
- Peggy Dekker
"Chop is one of the only tree services that was responsive during the quote process. They showed up when they said they would to quote and to do the work. After having so many companies tell us they would come out and not show up, I was really appreciative of that!"
- Josephine Leader
"The guys did an awesome job trimming my trees and exceeded my expectations. They went over everything that I wanted done, cleaned up afterward, and now my trees look fantastic."
- Marilyn G.
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