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Serving Rancho Bernardo Since 1983
Rancho Bernardo Tree Removal
Tree Barber is Your Tree Removal Experts in North County San Diego!
Our Tree Care Specialists proudly offer a variety of Rancho Bernardo Tree Removal & Stump Grinding services in North County, San Diego. Tree Barber’s ISA Certified Arborist, Paul Rider #WE-1087A, is extensively trained and knowledgeable in all aspects of Tree Removal & Stump Removal. There are several risks to take into account when considering Tree Removal and Stump Grinding, including injuries and damage to your property. Working with Tree Barber means you can be confident that the process will be done safely and correctly.
Why we’re your Rancho Bernardo tree removal specialists:
- Our Certified Arborists and Certified Tree Workers are Tree & Stump Removal services experts.
- We are trained and experienced in rigging and roping techniques.
- We are highly qualified to remove trees under any circumstance.
- We have all the necessary insurance and workers’ compensation policies to protect against loss or injury.
An arborist usually starts with the intent to save trees, not remove trees. However, Tree Removal may be required when a potential issue arises, such as damage or disease. Many tree removals are complex, and mistakes are costly – make sure the arborist you choose is an ISA Certified Arborist. Trees can be cut to specific heights or cut level with the ground.
Stump grinding is the last step in the tree removal process to ensure that the tree will not grow back. Tree Barber has a full line of stump grinding equipment to remove any stump. A perk of stump grinding is that generally, you can keep the wood chips/mulch for use in your landscape.
Tree Root Control & Barriers
Tree Roots have the potential to cause damage to your Rancho Bernardo landscape, including cracking house foundations, pushing up underneath sidewalks and driveways, and damaging sewer lines. Tree root barriers redirect roots away from potential and immediate risk. Incorrectly installed root barriers can prevent your tree from developing a healthy root system or provide insufficient protection against aggressive roots. It is vital to have a professional arborist determine which method should be used to control problem roots.