Our Process

Every tree removal situation is different. Considerations such as: the size and condition of the tree, the specifics of your property, and the presence of nearby structures all affect the approach our arborists take. Typically, this will involve either climbing the tree and cutting it down piece-by-piece, or using a specially equipped bucket truck. Using a bucket truck is typically faster, though in close quarters the climbing method is the best way to ensure the safety of your property and anyone nearby.

In most tree removals, a portion of the stump is left behind. These stump can present a tripping hazard and will eventually rot out, causing holes to be created in your yard. Stump removal is a more involved process requiring specialized equipment and often extensive disruption to your lawn. However, if you require it, we do offer stump removal and would be happy to give you an estimate! Learn more about our stump grinding here.

Zero -Impact Tree Removal

All Natural Tree Experts is unique in our zero-impact approach to tree removal. Virginia homeowners who contact us for service can do so with the confidence of knowing we will leave your property in better condition than we left it.

If not done properly, tree removal can cause significant damage to your lawn and the surrounding area. To minimize impact, we use special rigging, and take the time to rope up every branch we remove, lowering it safely without causing damage. We also remove any excess debris associated with cutting and removing branches and trunks (saw dust, twig removal).

Tree Removal Examples:

At A Job Site Near Claytor Lake
At A Job Site Near Claytor Lake
Cutting The Tree Into Pieces From A Bucket Truck
Cutting The Tree Into Pieces From A Bucket Truck
Cutting Off A Branch From A Bucket Truck
Cutting Off A Branch From A Bucket Truck
Cutting The Tree Into Smaller Pieces
Cutting The Tree Into Smaller Pieces
Dragging Away Cut Branches For Removal
Dragging Away Cut Branches For Removal
Truck Set Up For A Removal
Truck Set Up For A Removal