Tree & Stump Removal

At Northeast Horticultural Services, our primary goal is to restore plants, shrubs, and trees to health and vitality every time we can. But, despite our very best intentions and efforts, some trees and shrubs cannot be saved. If this is the case with a tree on your property, we offer large tree removal and shrub removal service that can uproot the dead trees and shrubs from your property to improve aesthetic appeal and safety of your home.

At the end of a tree's lifecycle, the dead tree can pose safety risks to people and your residence. If you are unsure about whether a tree on your property needs to be removed or not, contact Northeast Horticultural Service. We can send a certified arborist to your property to assess the condition of your tree and determine if tree removal service is necessary.

There are several factors that determine if a tree should be removed. For example, if the tree or shrub is dying or dead, a tree has sustained damage and poses a safety hazard, the tree is an insurmountable obstacle, or needs to be removed for construction purposes, we can provide tree removal service to resolve the problem. In addition, if the immediate area contains too many trees and they are causing crowding, this can damage surrounding trees and the tree should be removed to enable others to grow.

Our tree care specialists have the training, expertise, and state of the art equipment to ensure efficient service and preserve the safety of individuals and property. You can learn more about the large tree removal and shrub removal services that we provide in Fairfield, Weston, Westport, Connecticut and the neighboring areas, on our website, or you can contact us to discuss your needs.

Northeast Horticultural Services has the equipment, personnel, and training to do the job safely and efficiently.

Northeast Horticultural in Action

Northeast Horticultural was hired to evaluate the health of a large Norway Maple situated very close to a home. Requiring more than a basic visual inspection, Licensed Arborist, Stacey Marcell, conducted a Level 2 Assessment of the tree. Utilizing special tools, including binoculars, a mallet, a probe and a shovel, she evaluated the general health of the tree, potential load, outward sign of defects and the conditions and history of the site. Stacey determined the tree was significantly compromised and severely rotted beyond repair. Unfortunately, no measures could be taken to save the tree and therefore it was safely removed.