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In Missouri, strong storms and ice are a reality of life. After nearly every storm that comes to the Springfield, Missouri area causes damage that results in calls to us. In an urgent situation where our services are required, we will do everything we can to make sure the risk is taken out of the situation as quickly as possible. If you an urgent situation, if life is at stake because of power lines, etc, the first thing to do is to call 911 and/or City Utilities. After that, reach out by phone or text to:

Urgent tree situations (some you may not Know about about)

We have saved a few situations before they become deadly or damaging. If you have trees, it pays to be aware of their health.  We recommend you take some time every few months and walk around your trees and look them over from head to foot - here are some things to look for:

  • Dead or decaying leads (larger stems coming up from the main trunk) and branches. If you see too much deadness in the tree, it might be a sign that the tree is dying.

  • Signs that the tree might be rotten inside, like branches that are rotting into the stem, holes in the tree, or water seeping out from the trunk or major stem.

  • Signs of moss or mushrooms on the trunk or on the ground around the tree.

  • Branches that have been broken off by storms.

If any of these signs exist in your trees, it is likely worth calling us for an assessment. Getting an estimate for our services is free, which means you get a free consultation out of it as well.

Here are some more things to look for.

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TREE REMOVAL

Tree removal involves more than just felling trees. Large branches have to be removed first, then the trunk is cut in sections and removed. This process helps prevent damage to your lawn.

TREE TRIMMING

Professional tree trimming not only makes your yard more inviting, but also improves the health and safety of your trees by cutting limbs off that could otherwise be damaged by wind.

STUMP REMOVAL

Stump Removal (or grinding) involves grinding the stump and roots down to 3-6 inches below the ground, then filling the hole with the sawdust from the stump. Topsoil can also be used at your request.