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Excellent service done with integrity. And so far the trees have not grown back. But in all seriousness these guys know what they are doing and charge a more the fair price. And they entertained my neighbors for hours!
— Mike Richardson
A+. Professional presentation from the quick inspection and quote to the after job follow up. Scott and crew arrived on time, knew what to do and did more than they promised. After a long day they cleaned up everything like they had never been here and made sure I was happy. I will recommend 700-Tree-Guy to my friends. They aim to please.
— Joel Parrish
These guys have it figured out! Great crew that is knowledgeable, professional, and easy to communicate with. Had several quotes and Aaron beat all prices. Great price, integrity in their work; definitely have to give them a call. 50+ trees down with ease!
— Brent Simpson
Had two trees removed, uplifts and canopy trims on several others. The crews worked very fast and were careful not to damage my deck, walkway and fence, despite working in close proximity to them. It was an extremely windy day, I couldn't believe they climbed!
— Andy Roey
We had six trees to cut down for various reasons. Two of the trees were large oaks that were in difficult to maneuver places. The men were very careful and thorough, and they worked well together all the way to the clean up. I would highly recommend 770-Tree-Guy to get the job done in a timely and professional manner.
— Frank Tetreault
Very impressed with these guys. They arrived when they said they would. . Knowledgeable and very efficient. Cleaned up after their work, left the yard looking better than when they arrived. Highly recommend!
— Sylvia Smith
These guys are true professionals. They where on site for several hours trimming and cutting trees and when they were finished all clean up was a 100%. My Tree's look great and the price was very competitive. I highly recommend using these guys if you have Tree work.
— Joe Medico
Had them remove 11 trees from my yard. Very happy with the price quoted. Work has done fast, safe and correct. All debris was removed from the yard and the yard was left spotless. Would not hesitate to use again and will refer them to others.
— Merri Olson
Prompt, professional. Excellent service. Would recommend service for anyone needing difficult tree removals done with sensitivity to potential damage to surrounding structures. Very pleased with quality of service. Could barely tell they had been there, except for absence of trees. No remaining debris or damage to any surroundings.
— Lee LaRowe
We had five gigantic trees taken down and our yard looked fantastic when they were done. Lawn was raked clean. The 5 man crew that worked here were absolutely fantastic. Extremely hard working professional team. We will definitely hire your company again should we ever need additional trees taken down.
— Crytstal Moore
From start to end, Aaron and his team left a huge impression on me. They worked with me in providing a reasonable estimate, worked with the city and my HOA in obtaining a permit, perfectly laid down the trees and did an amazing job with clean-up. Did I mention there were 33 trees? I would recommend the Tree Guy to everyone, anytime for any job.
— Kristin Watson
Trees are the framework of your home’s first impression. In good times, a well placed tree can showcase the beauty of your home. Unfortunately when damaged or sick, a tree can be a liability and a danger to your home. Regardless, a good Arborist is vital to the health of your trees.
Proudly serving Fayette County, 770-Tree-Guy is the best and only choice for a licensed arborist. 770-Tree-Guy is a tree service and tree removal company, equipped to handle any tree related need with the height of professionalism and service. Whether your trees are in need of routine pruning or overall health assessment, 770-Tree-Guy always utilizes the proper arboricultural practices.
If you’re like many people, you love to decorate your house with Christmas lights and ornaments. But before you start stringing up those holiday cheer, be sure to read this blog post! We’ll give you some tips on how to hang outdoor Christmas decorations without harming your trees and plants.
Protect the Bark
For starters, avoid using nails or screws when attaching lights to trees. Instead, use plastic or metal hooks that are specifically designed for Christmas lights. This will minimize the chances of damaging the tree’s bark.
Be Careful with Extension Cords
When using extension cords, be sure to avoid placing them in areas where they might get damaged by lawn mowers or foot traffic. It’s also important to choose extension cords that are rated for outdoor use. This will help prevent fires and other accidents.
Prevent Fire Hazards
Another tip is to ensure you’re not overloading the electrical circuits by plugging in too many lights. This can cause a fire hazard. Be sure to check the wattage of your outdoor lights and follow the manufacturer’s recommendations.
Turn Off the Lights When You’re Not Home
It’s important to turn off your Christmas lights when you’re not home. This will save energy and prevent your lights from overloading the electrical circuits in your home.
Remove Decorations Promptly
Finally, don’t forget to take down your holiday decorations after Christmas is over! Leaving them up all year round can damage the tree and shorten its lifespan. So be sure to remove all lights and decorations within a week or two after the holidays are over.
Hanging Christmas lights and decorations can be a fun way to get into the holiday spirit. But it’s important to take some precautions to avoid damaging your trees and plants. With these tips, you can ensure your home will beautifully celebrate the season without causing permanent damage to your trees. For a tree service company or additional services in Fayetteville, Newnan, or Peachtree City, GA, contact 770-TREE-GUY today!
If you’re like most people, you probably think of tree pruning as a job for professionals. And you would be right! Pruning trees is a complex task that should only be performed by certified arborists. Here’s why:
Certified arborists have the training and experience to prune trees correctly. They know how to safely remove branches without damaging the tree and also have the equipment necessary to safely prune tall trees.
Safer for Your Trees
Certified arborists understand how to prune trees without damaging them and can help you keep your trees healthy. More specifically, they know which branches to remove and which ones to leave intact. This ensures that your trees remain healthy and continue to thrive.
Certified arborists may also catch potential problems while pruning. They can diagnose problems and provide treatment options. They can also recommend ways to prevent future problems, such as planting new trees in areas with a risk of storm damage.
Improves the Appearance of Your Property
Pruning can do wonders for the appearance of your property. Certified arborists can shape your trees to enhance their natural beauty or create a more pleasing aesthetic for your home or business.
Prevent Further Damage
Certified arborists are also familiar with local laws and regulations regarding tree pruning. This means that they can help you avoid fines or other legal problems. Prevent any mishaps by avoiding this DIY project, and call the professionals at 770-TREE-GUY instead.
So, as you can see, there are many good reasons to hire a certified arborist to prune your trees. If you have trees on your property, be sure to hire a certified arborist for all of your tree pruning needs. If you live in the Fayetteville, GA area, do yourself a favor and call 770-TREE-GUY for tree service today!
Have you ever woken up one morning to find a tree has fallen in your yard? Unfortunately, this happens to many people. Often one of the first questions asked is “How much it will cost to get it removed?” This is typically followed by the question “Will my insurance cover this?” The answers to these questions depend on the insurance company and insurance policy.
For this reason, it’s important to read the fine print of your homeowner’s insurance policy to know whether your insurance provider will cover the cost of tree removal on your property.
Whether or not tree removal is covered by your insurance depends entirely on the circumstances. Did a peril cause the tree to fall? Did the tree cause any structural damage to your home or any unattached structures on your property, such as a fence, tool shed, or patio?
A peril is considered to be an event that can cause loss or damage to your home and your belongings. Some common examples protected under your policy are fire and smoke, windstorm, lightning, hail, runaway cars, and falling aircraft or other objects, vandalism, and theft. If any of these circumstances cause a tree to fall and damage your home’s structure, your insurance company will cover the cost of repair and tree removal.
But what if the tree falls on your property without damaging your house? It depends on which peril, if any, caused the tree to fall. The list of covered perils may differ from policy to policy, so it is important to read carefully to know which perils would be covered. In addition, where the tree falls may also come into play. If the tree blocks your driveway or keeps you from easily entering your home, the tree removal will likely be covered.
If a tree falls because it is decaying or dying and does not block your driveway or entrance to your home, the cost and responsibility of removing it falls on you. As a homeowner, it is important that you identify old, dying trees and that you take the necessary steps to remove them. Even though a tree may have fallen on your property as a result of a lightning strike or windstorm, your insurance adjuster may determine that the tree was already deteriorating and that you as a homeowner should have already properly removed it. In that case, your insurance company will put the liability of removal on you.
Be sure to read over your policy thoroughly to determine which perils and circumstances will allow your tree removal to be covered. Once you get the green light from your insurance provider, we’ll work with them to swiftly get the fallen tree removed so you can restore your home. At 770-Tree-Guy, we’re happy to answer any questions you may have. Give us a call today!