Best Tree Removal Mabank, TX
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If your trees are damaged they will need either repair or removal. If they have been impacted by storms, insects, animals, wind or old age you need to consider potential risks to safety. A dead or dying tree can cause significant damage to your home, property or people so it is vital to remove it before that happens. Call us for free price estimates on tree removals in the Mabank area.
Emergency Tree Removal Mabank, TX
Tree removal refers to the process of removing a tree or shrub from its location. Sometimes it needs to be performed urgently. Either way, it is best done by a tree service company like Freestone Lawn and Tree Care. We can visit your property to assess the damage and give you a hazard evaluation, structural tree analysis and a free quote. If you live in Henderson County, TX or Mabank County or nearby, we strongly encourage you to get advice from a professional tree service such as ourselves. We have the proper Mabanks equipment and experienced personnel needed for the task.
Stump Removal and Tree Removal Mabank, TX
What happens to the stump when I have a tree removed? The choice is up to you. We are able to leave the stump or remove it. If you have stumps in your yard that have become unsightly or a safety risk, we are able to safely remove them to give you more yard space. If you live in Henderson County or Mabank County, TX and you are looking for an option to remove a stump or a tree that is becoming a problem, call Freestone, your local tree removal specialist to remove them to make it easier for you to use the space for other.
Affordable Tree Care and Tree Removal Mabank, TX
We serve Mabank County and Henderson County, TX with all the services of a professional tree company, including trimming services, proper tree care, tree planting, land clearing, brush removal and lawn care. If you are looking for a tree service professional that has proper training and skills in removing trees, call us for a free quote. We can get the work done quickly, safely, and professionally.
How much does it cost to cut a tree down?
The cost of having a tree cut down and removed will vary based on factors such as the height and size of the tree. It is obviously much easier to remove a small tree than a tall one. The cost will also be impacted by the location of the tree and any possible dangers. The best way to determine how much it will cost you is to give us a call for a free tree removal quote.
Does insurance cover the cost of tree removal in Texas?
You will need to check with your insurance company, but many homeowner policies will cover the cost of tree removal and will also cover some damages made to your property. However if your neighbour has been impacted by a tree falling from your property then it will normally be covered by their insurance rather than yours. Call us for a free consultation to discuss this further.
Top Tree Service company in Mabank, Texas
Freestone Lawn and Tree Care have the right equipment and professionals to be the top tree care company in Mabank, Texas. We have the trucks, chainsaws, aerial equipment, chippers, pole tree pruners, stump grinders and moe to ensure that we are able to take care of all your tree service or tree removal needs. Call us anytime for a free estimate.
Tree Removal Mabank, Texas
Mabank (/ˈmeɪbæŋk/ MAY-bank) is a town in Henderson and Kaufman counties in the U.S. state of Texas. The population was 3,035 at the 2010 census,up from 2,151 at the 2000 census.
Mabank is located in the southeast corner of Kaufman County at 32°22′05″N 96°06′20″W (32.368011, -96.105573). The town limits extend south into Henderson County. U.S. Route 175 runs through the north side of the town, leading northwest 21 miles (34 km) to Kaufman and southeast 18 miles (29 km) to Athens. Downtown Dallas is 54 miles (87 km) northwest of Mabank.According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 7.2 square miles (18.7 km2), of which 7.2 square miles (18.6 km2) are land and 0.04 square miles (0.1 km2), or 0.45%, are water.