Michigan’s #1 Complete Tree Removal Service

Complete tree removal is our specialty, but it’s never the first choice. We take safe tree care removal seriously.

Are overgrown trees obstructing your landscape and interfering with your infrastructure? Have a dead tree rotting next to your lines?

Dangerous overhanging branches, roots growing in inconvenient places, and diseased or dead trees all jeopardize your infrastructure, assets, and safety.

Tree removal is serious business. If it’s done incorrectly it can result in huge, unsightly damages to your landscape paired with a hefty unexpected bill to clean up the mess. Don’t waste your time and money on hiring an unqualified team. You’ll be left frustrated, stressed out, and having to make a new plan to fix mistakes that shouldn’t have happened in the first place.

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Big or Small, We Take Care of it All.

Our honesty, expertise, and passion for trees mean we do it right.

Our process is simple: we provide an honest assessment, we show up when we say we will, and we complete the job safely and to your expectations.

Our team decides how to best go about the tree removal process on a case-by-case basis. We’ll walk your site with you and assess your landscape to handcraft a unique plan that meets your needs and protects your landscape.

Whether you need to avoid hazardous situations, protect your other trees, or just clear an area for better use of the space, we have the expertise and the tools to execute your tree removal needs with precision and care. We also offer stump grinding services to break up your tree base and roots so that you can plant over the fresh space.

Afterward, we clean up our mess, so that you aren’t left picking up the pieces. In fact, the only sign we were ever there will be the fresh circle of padded dirt on your otherwise unscathed landscape.

Have trees you need removed in a street right-of-way? We have the experience and the practices to legally and safely remove right-of-way trees.

 

How We Do It

Methods of Tree Removal

Felling
Technique

The entire tree is angled and dropped using a chainsaw and wedges.

Bucket
Truck

Tree management crews are safely lifted off the ground and can access high, difficult-to-access branches.

Tree
Ascent

Our skilled arborist climbs and cuts trees down from top to bottom.

Speed Line
Rigging

Moving brush or limbs from the tree to a staging area some distance away using the force of gravity and a minimum amount of human energy.

Limb
Rigging

Our arborists leverage up a tree using a harness to reach difficult spots.

Excavator
Tractor

Utilizing the superior digging power and mobility of the claw allows for easy and total stump removal with minimal damage.

Get in touch with us

If you aren’t sure if tree removal is the service you need, no worries! The experts at CHOP will listen to your needs and help you identify exactly what services you need to get the results you want.

Fill out the form below to get an accurate estimate of your services, and one of our people will get in touch with you as soon as possible!

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