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FAQ

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We sure are! We are insured for up to $5 million in commercial liability.

  1. You contact us to quote you a price for our services
  2. We book you in for an estimate
  3. The technician goes to see the tree in-person
  4. We send you a quote for our services
  5. You accept the quote
  6. You make a deposit
  7. We schedule a time for the job
  8. Our crew does the job
  9. We send you an invoice
  10. You make the rest of your payment

Our clean-up process is just as crucial as every other step. We pay high attention to detail and are meticulous when cleaning up your space. 

You won’t even be able to tell we were there.

The best time to prune trees depends on the species and the purpose of pruning. In general, winter and early spring are good for deciduous trees, while summer is best for conifers.

  1. Crumbling or peeling bark
  2. Mushrooms or other fungi
  3. Holes or cracks in the bark/tree
  4. Loose or missing bark
  5. Root damage
  6. Tree leaning or signs of leaning such as lifted roots
  7. Branches falling outside of stormy weather
  8. Lack of leaves on some or all branches

Absolutely not.

For the estimate: Your presence is unnecessary as long as we have photos of the work and a detailed description of your requirements.

For the workday: Your presence is not required. The attending crew is briefed on every job and has access to photos taken during the quote process.

Payment is due upon receipt of the invoice unless otherwise indicated by the technician.

  1. Cash/Check
  2. E-transfer
  3. Debit/Credit
  4. Bitcoin
  5. Payment Plans

Yes, all arborists we work with are certified. 

When GreenCare Tree Service hires an arborist, they are also trained in our comprehensive safety procedures and policies.