Tree Service in Pittsburgh, PA
The areas top tree service in Pittsburgh is here for you and whatever tree services you need.
Why Hire Us for You Tree Service in Pittsburgh?
Homeowners and business owners can attempt to care for trees themselves and try to do it correctly. The problem is if problem trees are not handled carefully, trees can become damaged or ruined and safety is also a concern for all. Proper tree care is essential to maintaining the health and appearance of trees. Be sure to consult our professionals about the services you are looking for. To schedule a free estimate for tree removal or any of our other services, please call for a fast & free estimate: (412) 407-8113.
In our fair city of Pittsburgh, the trees provide needed protection from high winds and falling snow. It's important to be sure that mature trees are trimmed so deadwood and loose limbs don't fall down causing property damage. Regular tree care protects buildings and property in stormy Pittsburgh weather.
Our professional tree climbers will inspect the trees before attempting to climb them and when the trees have been cleared for safety, will remove weak branches without causing damage.
Safety is our #1 priority and we go to great lengths to protect your property during every tree service. Our professional tree trimmers and tree care service technicians take every precaution during the preparation for tree removals and other services. We advise home and business owners of any precautionary steps that need to be taken before the scheduled day(s) of tree cutting services.
When your tree removal service date arrives, property should be cleared of any unsecured objects, structures & vehicles. Children and animals are not permitted anywhere near the work site while work is being performed. It is very important that work areas remain safe while trees and other debris is being removed from the work site. Our tree technicians always wear protective clothing and gear for maximum safety.
We take pride in our work and promote the life and beauty of trees throughout our eastern Pennsylvania region. Healthy trees add appeal and ambiance to our world and we do our best to preserve the health and appearance of all trees in our care.
Pittsburgh is full of an array of gorgeous trees like Birch Trees with their white bark and lovely Japanese flowering Dogwood Trees to Eastern Hemlock Trees that can live up to 800 years! Hemlock trees are also used to build log cabins.
Red Maple Trees (or technically named "Samaras") with their beautiful scarlet or bright orange leaves (as seen on the Canadian Flag).
Elm Trees (which are becoming sparse in our region) with their bright yellow oval leaves that bring vibrant beauty in fall.
A tremendous variety of Pine Trees: White Pines, Pitch Pines, Spruces & Firs.
Poplar Trees: Used for making musical instruments and canoes in older times, Poplar Trees are known for their large size and bright yellow leaves in autumn.
Sycamore Trees that grow to a height of '125 ft. with their large peeling white bark and soft brown leaves.
White Oak Trees (Quercus alba) : Used for flooring and wine barrels, white oaks can live up to 400 years. Acorns fall from Oak Trees every autumn and winter to provide food for many land mammals of the region, especially the squirrels. White oaks are a dominant forest tree in dry to moist areas all over the state reaching heights of 80-100 feet. This trees are vital to human life and wildlife. The acorns are food for animals. Native Americans from the east used them to make flour. Other commercial uses are for flooring & boat construction. A little piece of history: The USS Constitution "Old Ironsides" used during the Revolutionary War was constructed from white oak.
Northern Red Oak: (Quercus rubra): The acorns get ripe in two growing seasons: the kernel is bitter. The bark is smooth & greenish-brown and grey, maturing to dark grey or nearly black and is divided into rounded ridges. A dominant forest tree throughout the state growing up to 90’ feet in moist to dryer soils. Deer, bear, and other mammals/birds eat acorns. The strong hardwood is used to build furniture, make flooring, used in mill work, railroad ties and veneers. The red oak group includes mostly all oaks with bristled leaves and provide acorns for two seasons.
American Beech (Fagus grandifolia): Found in wet, nutrient-rich soils and more abundant in the north of Pennsylvania. A valuable timber species typically reaching 50 to 60 feet high and can grow even taller. Beechnuts are one source of food for wildlife such as birds, bears & squirrels. Beeches are beautiful trees that provide lots of shade.
Easter Hemlock: The official state tree of Pennsylvania. Large trees that live to be very old, is important for construction timber and also a source of tannic acid for tanning leather. The trees provide food and shelter for deer, wild turkey and other birds.
Trees of Heaven: An undesirable tree better known as the "Sumac" grows rapidly and can be a nuisance contrary to it's name. This invasive tree can damage sewer lines and existing concrete work. The Sumac tree can also compromise the foundation of a building with it's long rapid growing roots. The trees create a chemical in it's root system that gives off a stinky odor. More often than not, we receive many requests to remove these trees as they are far from heavenly!
Check out our Services Page for more details about the services we provide. We welcome any questions about your particular situation.
To schedule a free estimate for tree cutting service or any of our other tree services, please call for a fast & free estimate: (412) 407-8113.
We give Veteran and Senior Discounts!
To Our US Veterans: We honor the sacrifice of each branch of the military for knowingly entering into dangerous situations to complete duty. For many have given their lives and we wish to support our veterans by saying "Thank You for your Service" by offering discounts to our United States Veterans.
To Our Senior Citizens: We offer the most reasonable rates for seniors on a budget. Please inquire about our senior citizens rates.