Tree Service Experts Serving San Diego County
Commonly Asked Tree Service Questions (FAQ)
What is something I NEED to know when hiring a tree service?
Make sure the company you choose is a state licensed contractor with workers' compensation and liability insurances.
Are you licensed?
Yes. California State Contractors' License #487448.
Do you have liability and workers' compensation insurance?
Yes. We carry $3 million and full state-mandated workers' compensation insurances. Certificates of insurance are available upon request.
Are you bonded?
Yes. We have a bond with our contractors' license. We also carry bonds as required for municipal contracts.
Do you have ISA-certified arborists?
Yes. We have several ISA-certified arborists, which includes all our estimators.
What services do you provide?
Tree trimming, tree removal, stump grinding and brush management.
How much does it cost to trim or remove a tree, on average? Can I get an estimate over the phone?
We personally visit your property to determine costs, as all trees are not planted equally. There are many factors involved when calculating the cost. It is impossible to give an average cost to trim or remove a tree over the phone.
How much does it cost to get an estimate?
Nothing; it’s free.
Do I need to be home to get an estimate?
No, not always. If the trees are accessible, we can come by, evaluate the trees and then send you an estimate by fax or email. We do, however, like to meet if you are available as to better educate you about your trees’ needs, and to be able to discuss specifics about your needs and how we can meet them.
How do I arrange to get an estimate?
Simply choose from one of the contacts listed below:
Call our office at 858-571-3710, Monday-Friday, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Email us at email@example.com.
Send us a fax at 858-587-1804.
What methods of payment do you accept?
We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, money order, personal checks and cash.
Do you give any discounts (e.g., senior)?
Our estimators try to give every customer the best price possible. We feel inflating a price to then give a discount is misleading. We start with our best price.