Williamsburg, Virginia Landscaping Company



Williamsburg, VA Tree Removal Service

Are you looking to entirely remove a tree from your property to open up space for new landscape or hardscape builds, for safety, or for any other reason? As long as that tree is 20 feet or under, American Dream Landscapes can help.

There are many reasons someone may choose to remove a tree from their property entirely. We cover some of them below, but we’d like to address the main reason at the start.

The catalyst in many calls we receive about tree removal is that the property owner wants to install some new landscape or hardscape features.

Not only can American Dream Landscapes remove your small trees under 20 feet, but we can install your landscape and hardscape projects as well.

Other Reasons For Removing A Tree From Your Property

Unhealthy / Dead Tree
You can’t bring a tree back to life after it has died. In this situation, the tree may become dangerous due to falling branches and even the tree falling.

You may also have a tree that hasn’t died yet but isn’t adapting well to the environment. You may choose to get rid of this tree and start again with something new instead of pouring money and time into helping it back to life.

Trees riddled with disease and infected may be too far gone to save and need removal because they present a danger to people and pets on a property.

Tree With Damage
If a storm comes through and the wind has its way with a tree, it can be devastating. While the tree might not be dead and can eventually recover, the home or property owner may take it down for safety or aesthetic reasons.

Unattractive / Annoying
Sometimes the tree is perfectly healthy and thriving, but the home or property owner doesn’t want it anymore. It could be because they have landscape or hardscape plans for the tree’s land. The tree may be blocking a beautiful view, or the tree may stick out like a sore thumb and not fit when taking the whole landscape into account.

Safety Issues
A tree may pose specific safety issues, such as being too close to power lines or producing flowers or fruit that may be dangerous to pets or humans.

Tree Removal: Not A DIY Project

Homeowners may start calculating how much they can save by doing it themselves when looking at tree removal.

If you lack experience, it’s not a DIY project where you’d want to cut your teeth. Many things can go wrong during tree removal, even on smaller trees.

From the operation of the chainsaw to making sure you know which way and how much room you need to bring it down, many factors come into play.

These calculations mean more if your tree is close to a structure. You don’t want to end up in a situation where you have to call the glass company, siding company, and HVAC company on the same day because you tried to save a few dollars on bringing down a tree.

Call a professional. You can rest easy knowing that tree will be coming down backed by years of experience where you can move on with your project or get that million-dollar view you’re seeking.

What About That Tree Stump?

If your plans for taking down a tree involve building that space back up, you may need to get rid of that stump.

American Dream Landscapes also offers stump grinding services for 18 inches or less diameter tree stumps.

What About That Tree Stump?

American Dream Landscapes is proud to serve Williamsburg, James City County, New Kent County, and York County.

If you’re in one of these areas and are looking for tree removal services, don’t hesitate to contact us for a 100% free onsite estimate of your project.

Client Testimonial

Daniel was responsive and gave a fair quote for the work. His crew was professional, knowledgeable, on time, and even worked one day in miserable conditions. The end result is fantastic, safer, and with an attention to craftsmanship better than whomever did the original installation.

We highly recommend American Dream Landscapes!
Ed Falis
Williamsburg, VA

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