Tree Removal

Tree Removal Service

Let Beaver County Tree Service remove your trees

Highly-Rated in Beaver County, PA

Affordable and Experienced

Your Yard Left Tidy Always

All Tree Types & Sizes Removed

Fully Insured Tree Removal Service

Tree removal service with crane assist.
Tree Removal with Crane
TCIA Tree Care Academy

Beaver County Tree Service is family-owned and operates in Beaver County and nearby counties too. Removing trees, especially large specimens, is fraught with risk. Therefore, all employees undergo comprehensive and frequent training so that we operate as safely as possible. We are also fully insured so that our customers and our operators are protected financially.

Benefits of Safely Removing Trees

  • Cutting down aging trees removes the risk of them falling down on your property, your car and, heaven forbid, your loved ones.
  • Provides an opportunity to replant a new, native or more colorful tree for your yard
  • Allows the sun to reach vegetation and lawn beneath the old tree, helping them to grow faster and better.

Certified Arborist on staff

We share when you should remove your tree below. But not every tree needs removing. Many failing specimens can be nursed back to vigorous growth, perhaps with nutrient help, mulching or even professional tree trimming. This is after the tree’s health issue is identified and resolved, of-course. For these marginal removal cases, we can provide a certified arborist to help customers make the best decision for their trees.

Affordable Local Tree Cutting Service

We aim to give Beaver, Butler and Allegheny Counties residents, business owners and landowners a fair price when removing trees. We won’t engage in price-gouging after a storm sweeps through West Pennsylvania. In this way, our customers enjoy good value for money coupled with our focus on their complete satisfaction with our work.

Our Range of Tree Removal Services

Beaver County Tree Service offers this range of removal services. Each service is tailored to your tree type, size and location.

Beaver County Tree Service worker finishing the removal of a large tree.

We have the equipment, skills, training, experience and insurance coverage to remove trees of any size. So even if your large tree needs extracting, you can trust our safe and clean removal service.

Operative cutting the base of two small trees for removal purposes

Small trees are under 30 feet high. Normally, trees of this size are young and growing well unless they suffer physical damage or over-mulched. We are still called out to remove these especially for lot and land clearing.

Tree removal with difficult access to cutting site.

Where accessibility to your tree is a problem, we will discuss several removal options with you following an assessment of alternative removal methods. Our priority is to protect your home from any damage.

Multiple Tree Removals
Multiple overgrown trees crowding a house exterior requiring removal

We are also one of West Pennsylvania’s premier tree clearing companies. We are familiar with clearing large areas of land. So if you have several trees that need to be removed, we have the expertise and heavy equipment to provide a highly cost-effective service.

Tree & Stump Removal
Stump Grinder working on the last stages of a tree and stump removal job

Digging out roots can be difficult and labor-intensive. They take years to rot out on their own and need mechanical ‘help’ to be removed from the ground. Most customers prefer both tree and stump removed at the same time. We can quote for both or just the tree.

Large tree requiring an emergency removal service

If your tree has fallen on your property or on a neighbor’s home then call us any time day or night. Depending on your home insurance coverage, we may be able to bill your insurer direct.

Do I Need A Permit?

In most cases, no, you don’t need a permit. So long as your tree grows on your land that you own, then you can remove it for whatever reason necessary.

Generally speaking, you will only need a removal permit if the tree grows on Public/ Municipal Property in Beaver County. However, there are exceptions in some boroughs or townships.

It’s always best to check with your city hall and/or local municipality to see if the ordnance has changed for your neighborhood. This will help to ensure you don’t pay a fine for a crime against the environment.

We Remove Trees Of All Types and Sizes

Beaver County Tree Service has the heavy equipment, experience and training to make light work removing trees of any size. We regard removal of a tree as a last resort when all other remedial measures have failed. You can help your trees by regularly inspecting them for damage or signs of disease, pests, and fungi invasion. But under what circumstances should your tree have to be removed? See next paragraph for the situations we see all the time.

When Do Trees Need Removing?

  1. Extended drought or irrigation failure can affect young and medium-sized trees alike, badly. Those trees that hang on with little water are prone to disease such as the Thousand Cankers Disease. The Walnut Twig beetle is known to predate on weaker trees.
  2. Leaning dangerously – this indicates a weakness in the root system. This is caused by physical damage allowing in fungi which then goes on to infect and kills tree roots. As a result, these trees are living on marked time and are thus a hazard to safety and the things and people around it.
  3. Limbs hanging precariously near property roofs and walls. The heavier branches can cause extensive damage when they drop.
  4. Roots encroaching on property footings, power lines, sewage drains. As the tree grows further damage is assured. This arises when a tree is planted too close to properties and utility structures.
  5. Branches near or touching power lines. Don’t touch the tree! Stand well back and call your power company.
  6. Trees that have fallen and/or been uprooted. Very few fallen trees can be replanted and these must be be removed.
  7. Tree is dead or is dying and cannot be resuscitated.
  8. Damaged or downed trees after a tornado, storm or strong winds.
  9. Tree is failing structurally and is threatening the health of nearby trees and vegetation.
  10. Property development. This often requires land and tree clearance.
  11. Landscaping Project. Trees may need moving removing or replacing according to your landscape architect’s proposal.
  12. Tree has co-dominant leaders. Cracks are beginning to form where they join. Cabling can help in these cases if spotted early enough.
  13. When the Borough Authorities tell you to! For example, Section 25-106 of the Beaver Borough Municipal Tree Code [Ord. 558, 9/11/1973, § 4] says that if their Inspector finds a hazardous tree or a diseased tree on your property, they can tell you to remove it within 30 days; check their code here.

When its Difficult to Tell If Removing Tree is Necessary

Assessing how much of a hazard a tree is challenge even for seasoned tree removers. A tree is still supposed to be strong even if its trunk is 30% hollow. But it’s tricky to find and assess the width of voids hidden away from view. As a homeowner, you’re not supposed to know if a tree is structurally sound or not. Not unless you can expertly wield a sounding hammer and increment borer!

If you’re not sure about your tree, ask us for a risk assessment. Our certified arborist will listen to your concerns, examine your tree, and then give you a tree care or a tree trimming remedy or give you removal options, whichever is appropriate.

Call us with the red button below. Or use the green button to tell us more about your tree/s.

How Much Does Tree Removal Cost?

The numbers we provide below are only average costs over nearly 4 years of records of removing trees in Beaver County. The best way to obtain an accurate quotation is to call us for a FREE quote. The average cost range is wide because of the many factors that affect the cost of removing a tree. We share these factors in the next section.

When asking for a quote please be clear as clear as possible about what you want done with the tree debris. If not, we may ask you whether you want to keep any of the fallen remnants of your tree to save on the cost? Do you want your yard completely cleared of every leaf and limb? Do you want the tree stump removed as well? Your answers to these questions will affect the quote we provide.

We don’t give an overall average cost number because it will be meaningless. Instead, we have split the average costs according to the size of the tree.

Large Tree Cutting Cost

Trees that are 60 to 80 feet tall in Beaver County will take from $475 to more than $975 to remove. Large examples with trunks that are wider in diameter of similar height will cost from $635 to $1,225 to cut and take away.

You should budget between $950 and $1850 for the removal of any tree taller than 80 feet.

How Much to Remove A Medium-Sized Tree?

Trees that are 30 feet to 60 feet high, will be charged at between $175 to $710, occasionally more. For example, some medium-height trees are stockier in nature such as elm trees or maple trees. These, even though they are 30–60 feet tall, will be charged at $365 to $775 to cut down and take away.

Cost To Remove a Small Tree

The cost range for removing trees that are smaller than 30 feet high is $160 to over $420.

How Much To Remove the Stump As Well?

The average costs for removing your tree, as shared above, do not include the stump. We will ask you when you seek an estimate whether you need the stump removing as well. This way, there’s no awkward surprise when we clean up and drive away.

Stump grinding is the most efficient way to remove stumps and roots down to around 6-9 inches below grade. Costs vary depending on the stump circumference, type of wood and ease of access for our grinder. Costs therefore range from $160 to $390 per stump.

9 Factors Affecting Your Tree Removal Quote

When a tree service company provides you with their quotation for removing your tree, they will assess several variables that affect the complexity of the work and the time needed for the job. The eight main variables that will affect your bill are:

1. Tree Species

Strong woods that are hard to cut and heavy to lift will cost more to remove. Examples include slow-growing oak trees that produce a dense, tough wood.

2. Tree Height

Tall trees are dangerous due to the energy and weight of cut limbs falling from height unless carefully secured. Tall trees also increase the chance that heavy equipment such as a crane is needed to complete the work. Together, it means that tall trees cost more to remove than small examples.

3. Diameter (DBH – Diameter at Breast Height)

For a given height of tree, its weight increases as a square power of its trunk radius. It means that trees with a wide girth weigh much more. Often, heavy equipment is needed to handle the large trunk and branch sections. And labor costs will increase too. This adds to the amount we have to charge customers.

4. Location

Trees located close to property are more difficult to remove. Roots could be difficult to extricate from the home’s foundations, for example. Extra care and equipment is often needed. More complex techniques are also deployed needed to avoid damage to the nearby property and utility lines. Costs are therefore higher for this and other accessibility issues such as sloping, muddy or rocky ground. Power lines nearby will also add to the cost as we only allow specially certified workers close to such trees for insurance and safety purposes. 

On the other hand, trees situated away from homes and obstacles are much easier to remove safely. Costs drop as fast as the tree does!

5. Health of the tree

Diseased or weak trees can be easier to cut down and so sometimes will cost less to work on. However, if it is sited where it could cause damage to property or possessions around it, extra precautions for its removal may be necessary. Similarly, diseased wood will need extra care when it’s removed lest it infects other trees nearby.

6. Number of Trees

Removing multiple trees will increase our costs. This is obvious. However, the unit price will be lower because all our equipment and crew are already at the job site. The amount charged to customers can be dropped by up to 40% or more depending on how many trees need removing. If many trees are involved, we will be able to offer an economical price per acre due to our land clearing service experience.

7. Whether You Need The Stump Removed

Stump removal, usually through grinding, costs extra as explained already (above).

8. Cut Debris Removed or Left on Your Property

Our charges include hauling away the cut pieces and branches of your tree. If you want most of it left behind, perhaps for firewood, we will happily provide a discount.

9. Urgency

A tree can fall on your property in the dead of night during a storm. We are available 24/6 and our emergency tree removal service is an important part of Beaver County Tree Service’ offer to local residents. But please appreciate that we incur additional costs in order to assemble a crew outside normally daylight operating hours. Hence our quote may be a little higher to compensate for increased level of expenses at night and at weekends.

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