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Burlington, Waterdown: 905‑637‑1919


Tree Removal Services in Waterdown

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Beswick has been removing trees safely and efficiently in Waterdown since 1950

Tree removals are complex, and the cost of mistakes are enormous. Make sure the arborist you choose is qualified. Not sure what questions to ask when selecting a tree care company? Check out our practical guide here.

Beswick’s ISA-certified arborists will work with you to design a tree removal plan that works for you and the safety of your property in Waterdown.

Is it time to remove my tree? How do I know if my tree needs to be removed?

If your tree is exhibiting any of the following symptoms, call one of Beswick’s ISA-certified arborists today for a free on-site assessment and estimate:

Leaning or Unstable Structure - Trees that lean significantly or exhibit an unstable posture may be at risk of falling, especially if the lean is sudden or if the roots are compromised. Be sure to read through our Ask an Arborist post on this topic for further information. 

Decay or Fungus Growth - Visible signs of decay, soft or crumbly wood, and the presence of mushrooms or fungus on the trunk can indicate internal rot, compromising the tree’s structural integrity. We write more about how to tell if your tree is in distress and what signs you should be on the lookout for. Read more here

Cracks or Splits in the Trunk - Vertical or horizontal cracks in the trunk suggest structural weakness, possibly resulting from storm damage, disease, or internal decay. Read further about this topic here

Dead or Dying Branches - Presence of a significant number of dead or dying branches may suggest underlying health issues or disease, making the tree a potential hazard. We provide a practical guide to assessing your tree's deadwood here - be sure to check it out! 

Proximity to Structures - Trees located too close to structures, such as homes, power lines, or driveways, may need removal if they pose a risk of falling and causing damage during storms or adverse weather conditions. Did you know - we provide utility and cable line services - get in touch to learn more. 

How much does tree removal cost in Waterdown? 

Trust us, we would LOVE to be able to answer this question in detail online and give you an estimate that we could stand behind. The reality is, quoting a tree removal is no small task. Our ISA-certified arborists need to see the tree and job site in person, understand access points and see the full scope of the work in question. Be sure to read more about how we think about pricing and what goes into the estimate of a tree removal.  

Do I need a permit to remove my tree in Waterdown? 

The answer is, "it depends." It depends on how big your tree is, whether it is located on city or private property, and most importantly, where you live. To help put you at ease and educate you further, we've written extensively about Navigating the Permitting Process

I'd like to proceed with a removal with Beswick - what should I do to prepare for your visit?

We've created an FAQ guide for working with us to help you prepare for a visit from our tree care professionals. Be sure to give it a read and put your mind at ease ahead of your tree work. 

The Beswick Process: What to Expect When Removing a Tree

A safe and efficient tree removal requires careful planning and execution by professionals. Your tree may be surrounded by other valuable vegetation or structures, not to mention dangerous power lines, driveways or pedestrian walkways. Here is what you can expect from a typical Beswick tree removal.

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1. On-Site Assessment by an ISA-Certified Arborist

Our arborists will assess the tree’s health, structural integrity, and proximity to structures or utility lines.

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2. Permit check

We will advise you if a permit is required for your tree removal.

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3. Safety Precautions

We’ll establish a safe work zone around the tree removal site, ensuring the safety of people and your property during removal.

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4. Tree removal

Depending on the tree’s size, climbers may ascend the tree and/or use a bucket truck to access and remove it.

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5. Site cleanup

Chipping of all resulting wood and brush, leaving the work site exactly as we found it – just without the tree!

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6. Stump grinding

We’ll return to the work site with a separate machine to grind your tree’s stump 4 to 6 inches below grade.

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Beswick Tree Service

418A Whitney Ave Unit C2
Hamilton, ON
L8S 2H8

Waterdown Phone Number: 905-637-1919