Tree and Stump Removal Services in Minneapolis
As the largest, locally-owned tree removal company in the Twin Cities Metro, you can count on the experts at Rainbow Treecare to safely remove trees and stumps from your property. With over 45 ISA Certified Arborists on staff, specialized equipment, and expertise at large removals, no tree or stump removal job is too big for our team.
We will evaluate the structure and location of your tree to develop the safest removal process, including the necessary equipment, for your unique situation. Considerations may include an aerial lift bucket, cranes, specialized rigging systems, and a “clam” truck to remove your tree quickly, safely, and with minimal disturbance to the surrounding area. All of our removal services include a thorough cleanup, leaving as little impact on your landscape as possible.
Please note: We are unable to accept new customers for ash tree removal at this time due to the large volume of dead ash trees. Join our waiting list if you need an ash tree removed and have not worked with Rainbow in the past. We are still able to perform all other services for new customers.
What can you expect from our tree and stump removal services?
First, one of our ISA Certified Arborists will visit your property to evaluate the tree’s condition, location, and accessibility to determine what resources, including specialized equipment, are needed for your tree removal. Note that stump removal is a separate service and requires another crew and specialized equipment. For stumps, we consider the size of the stump, the length and number of surface roots, and the level of restoration to the area.
Next, you will receive a detailed estimate for your tree or stump removal. We will explain how your tree or stump will be removed so that you don’t have any surprises. Your arborist can answer questions regarding the estimate at any time throughout the removal process. Our office staff will provide ongoing communication on the timing of your removal.
All of our removal services include:
- Coordination with the electric utility company for line drop or service interruption as needed
- Obtaining any permits required by the Minnesota city in which you live
- Notifying neighbors on the day of the removal when needed
- Hauling and disposal of all debris
- For tree removals, we cut the stump as close to the ground as possible
- Coordination with other utilities, including underground locations for stump removals
Why choose the experts from Rainbow Treecare?
We are Minnesota’s premier licensed and insured tree removal experts. With over 45 ISA Certified Arborists on staff, our team is highly skilled in assessing and performing even the most difficult tree removals. We work around your landscaping, home, buildings, and other trees to provide the best removal service with minimal impact. Additionally, one of our core values is safety. You can rest easy knowing our team will perform all services while taking every precaution to keep our staff, bystanders, and your property safe.
Additional frequently asked questions about tree and stump removal:
Our experts take every precaution to protect your lawn and landscaping. We work around obstacles, such as retaining walls, fences, gazebos, and other important yard structures. Depending on the size and location of your tree, turf areas may temporarily show some wear and tear, and large branches and logs can leave dents or divots on soft ground. We rake and blow to remove debris; however, some sawdust may remain.
Our expert arborists have undergone training to work around and near electrical hazards. While they are not electricians, they can differentiate between safe and unsafe work zones, and we will coordinate with your electric company if necessary to ensure the ultimate safety measures.
We will request a clearance trim from the power company to make the tree safe for our workers for the main pole-to-pole lines. For service lines that run from pole to building, we will arrange a free “line drop” so that the wires are out of our way while we work.
Even after stump grinding, many roots remain in the ground. Replanting in the same place is possible if you wait a few years for the woody roots to decompose or if you hand-dig roots out of the ground. Some landscapers use specialized equipment to plant trees, making it easier to use the same spot. If you’re planting a tree on your own, a simple solution is to plant 5-10 feet away from the location of the previous tree’s trunk.
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