Foxfire Tree Care - Arborist in Montpelier, Barre, and Plainfield
Certified Tree Care in Central Vermont

Tree Removals

 

Tree Removal in Vermont done safely and efficiently.

 
 
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Foxfire Tree Care can help you identify, understand, and mitigate tree related risk in your landscape.

    Here in Vermont, trees are abundant and grow quite plentifully. They enhance our lives in so many ways; cleaning our air, preventing erosion, battling climate change, conserving water, and providing oxygen just to name a few. In the forest, part of the natural cycle is for trees to die and rot on the forest floor, becoming food for other life. The same can be true around our homes and businesses, however trees are often subjected to other stresses beyond those found in the forest and may present hazards to people and structures.


Removing trees can be hazardous, but we have the skills, experience, and equipment to make it a low risk process.

We primarily use modern climbing techniques and technical rigging to safely and efficiently remove trees. For particularly technical removals we may also use a crane or arial lift.

If you have concerns about the trees around your home or commercial property, we will send a Certified Arborist to asses your trees and determine if they pose a threat. Next, we’ll determine if it’s possible to preserve them or create a plan to remove them. Once it’s been determined that a tree should be removed, we’ll create a plan that works for you and your budget, while prioritizing minimal impact to your landscape. Some customers prefer for us to just get the tree on the ground and do the cleanup themselves

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These are some common options you may see on your free estimate:


Put tree on the ground

Chipping Brush

    Piling Brush for habitat

    Cutting wood to firewood length

    Splitting Firewood

We strive to inform our customers of their options and help them decide what works for them. Don’t hesitate to call, text, or email. No job is too big or too small and no tree is too challenging.