Little Rock Tree Removal

Removing a dead, dying or diseased tree may seem like a laborious task, but it’s not with the help of the experienced arborists at David’s Tree Service! You should never try to remove a tree by yourself; it can be difficult, time-consuming, but most importantly, very dangerous for you and those around you. With specialized equipment, we will ensure the dead or damaged tree comes down smoothly and safely without putting any of your property at risk.

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501-664-3800   |   221 West 2nd Street, Suite 634   |  Little Rock, AR 72201

Tree Removal Service Little Rock

As a tree care company, we are required to follow strict safety guidelines. A routine tree removal involves powerful equipment circulating with volts of electricity, branches that can reach to soaring heights, and a multi-ton tree that comes crashing down. It’s no wonder that you need to have a professional to come in and get the job done right the first time.

The arborists at David’s Tree Service can provide safe, efficient service. We are fully licensed and insured to be your number one source for tree removal. The credentials assist us throughout the whole process from traffic control to the full clean up. David’s Tree offers emergency tree removal services 24/7, as well as free estimates to our customers in Little Rock. We care about giving you a worry-free experience!

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How to Identify a Tree that Needs to be Removed

  • Inspect the trunk and any low-hanging branches for signs of decay – pay attention to fungi growth. For example, look out for mushrooms in the base of the tree or the hollow cavities. This and other signs of decay show that the foundational structure might be weakened and therefore likely to fall and damage property, or worse, injure someone.
  • Determine if there are any lightning marks – A lightning strike that can damage a tree looks like a long streak of bark is missing. If there are multiple marks like this, then it might be damaged beyond repair and its removal is called for.
  • Check the branches – Get up close and look at the branches in order to see which ones might need to be taken down. If it is flowering season–most likely in the spring–and you notice the branches are not producing leaves or flowers, it might be a sign of poor tree health. Also, take a look at whether there is tree bark on the branches. If there is none, it can expose it to disease and might be a good idea to cut it off before it becomes a problem.
  • Pay attention to two-trunk trees – Sometimes, the trunk of a tree splits and begins growing in separate directions. You may want to examine the area that they meet. If it is a u-shaped, rounded connection between the trees, then it might not be cause for attention. However, if it is v-shaped, it might become too top-heavy or unbalanced and split. Bracing and cabling can maybe help a two-trunk tree, but please do not do this by yourself as it can be dangerous. Have a professional help you!

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Contact David’s Tree Service

If your tree shows any of the above signs, an experienced and certified arborist at David’s Tree Service can come in and inspect it for you to see if it will pose a problem. If branches or even the whole tree needs to come down, we specialize in zero-impact tree removal and can bring it down safely. For tree services in Little Rock and any surrounding areas, contact David’s Tree Service for a free estimate today!

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Contact us if you need to remove a tree for any of the following reasons:

Dead, dying, or diseased trees
Trees that are leaning
Trees that have outgrown their space
Tree removal for construction
Emergency tree removal

Common Hazards Caused by Trees:

Sagging branches over building, walkway, or driveway
Branches growing into power lines
Branches touching roof
Large crossing branches

Periodic tree pruning eliminates safety hazards while promoting safe and healthy growth patterns to enhance your tree’s beauty.

Have questions about tree care? Check out our frequently asked questions for the answers you need!

Get rid of unsightly tree stumps that get in the way of mowing and landscaping with quick, environmentally-friendly stump grinding.