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We’ve got your tree needs covered
Hiring our expert arborists is the first step to ensuring your trees are in their best health. We can provide you with consultations, professional arborist reports and specialized recommendations for your specific needs.
Our experienced team is professional and equipped for any tree removal job, big or small. We’re experts in municipality-specific bylaws, rules and regulations and will take care of all required permits.
Tree Menders’ tree planting services will help keep your greenspace healthy and at its best. We’ll provide advice on appropriate species to plant based on the condition of your soil, the type of space and exposure to the sun.
Safely and effectively remove your unwanted stumps, improve the look of your yard and increase curb appeal. We offer both classic stump removal and grinding services, and will work with you to determine the best method.
Tree trimming and care can improve the health and appearance of your trees and keep your property safe. Our experienced and knowledgeable arborists can tackle jobs of all sizes and complexity.
Our pruning techniques will help your trees flourish by removing dead, diseased, damaged or weakened branches. Thinning techniques are also used to improve the structural integrity of the tree.
Make THe Right Choice
Make sure your trees are an asset, not a liability
Is your tree in need of some TLC?
Healthy, well-maintained trees have many benefits. They can add value to your home, reduce your heating and cooling costs, and even improve your happiness and wellbeing. But sick, damaged or unhealthy trees can be more of a liability than an asset, potentially causing property damage or personal injury. If you think a tree(s) may be in need of some extra TLC, Tree Menders can help.
It isn’t always obvious when a tree is sick, damaged or unhealthy, so we recommend having your trees checked up on regularly, regardless of any visible signs of damage. Our recommended frequency is typically between 1 and 5 years, but varies based on a few factors like the current condition and age of the tree. Contact us and we’ll be happy to discuss your tree(s) and our best recommendations.
Signs your tree may be a liability
There are obvious signs you can look out for to see if your tree may be a risk:
- A tree trunk is leaning and/or its bark is buckling at the base
- There or dead branches or hanging, broken or damaged limbs
- Parts of the tree have no leaves or a thin leaf cover
- There are cracks in the trunk or bark is missing
- There is raised soil at the base of the tree
- Sawdust or shavings are around the tree, possibly indicative of an insect problem
If you spot any of these signs, contact us and we can work with you to recommend the best course of action and appropriate tree services—and hopefully save your tree!
When it’s time to say goodbye
Sometimes a tree may be too hazardous to keep around, particularly if it poses a risk to people or property. It may have run its course and be diseased, damaged, dying or already dead. A tree or its roots may be too close to a building or power line. Or, you may need to remove a tree to make room for something else, like residential or commercial development.
Whether you have your tree removed or it comes crashing down on its own accord, that tree is going to leave a stump. In addition to being unsightly and a potential tripping hazard, stumps can harbour unwanted pests. These pests can sometimes spread to other healthy plants and trees on your property, and even into your home.
Whatever the reason, we’ve got you covered for all of your tree and stump removal needs. Contact us for your free quote on our honest and quick services.
Work With Us
Trees are our specialty
It takes only a few minutes to make your life easier with the right tree service
We know trees. We provide a full range of tree services—from tree and stump removal to pruning and trimming to specialized arborist reports and solutions—and we would love to work with you. Our crew of arborists are qualified, experienced and always keep safety top of mind. Plus, we take the utmost care to make sure your property is kept clean and safe.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Everything you need to know about various tree services
Do I need to hire a professional for tree services, or can I do it myself?
Tree Menders highly recommends hiring an experienced arborist for most tree services, like tree trimming, pruning, removal and stump grinding or removal. These tasks can be extremely dangerous without the proper knowledge and equipment, and even experienced arborists need to be extra careful as branches can fall in unpredictable ways. Our arborists are very professional, and we carefully and safely handle every step of the project (including cleanup and any necessary permits).
What tree services do you offer?
We offer a wide range of services by professional arborists, including but not limited to:
- Tree cutting and removal
- Stump grinding and removal
- Tree risk assessments
- Tree care, including pruning and trimming
- Structural reinforcement like bracing or cabling
- Tree planting
If you have any questions or concerns about the health and maintenance of your trees, or aren’t sure which service you might require, please feel free to contact us. We offer expert advice from arborists and would be delighted to chat with you.
How much do your services cost?
We offer a wide range of tree services, ranging from tree care (like pruning, trimming, cabling, etc.) to tree and stump grinding and removal. Prices can range from $100 to a few thousand, depending on the type of job, the complexity of the job and the overall health of the tree. Contact us and we’ll be more than happy to provide you with helpful information and a free estimate on all of your tree card needs.
Do I need a permit to remove a tree?
Rules and bylaws vary depending on the situation and from municipality to municipality. Every city has tree protection by-laws to help preserve and protect healthy trees to maintain and improve the urban canopy and the environment. It’s imperative to understand and comply with city tree removal by-laws to avoid getting into trouble with the city’s enforcement officers.