Tree Removals

Why are trees removed? My objective is to save trees; unfortunately, in some cases, the only option is to remove an unsafe tree from your property. Specific examples of tree removal are diseased or decomposing trees that will not recover from treatment or trees that interfere with building a new structure. On other occasions, the city will contact home and business owners because a tree is too close to the power lines. Please do not try to remove it yourself, as it may become a dangerous job.

What precautions are taken on a removal?

Our tree removal experts will evaluate the structure of the tree, broken limbs or fallen branches to ensure a successful extraction without any damage to the property. All debris is removed from the site, keeping your property safely accessible.

How can I identify a weak or diseased tree?

A declining tree is a weak or diseased tree. It can usually be identified because the tree starts having growth problems, prematurely dropping leaves, or the leaves start looking yellowish or brownish in color. Also look for hollow holes or sticky sap that should not be there. These types of problems if diagnosed early may lengthen the health of the tree and hopefully will be able to be fertilized and saved.

What is a risk or dangerous tree?

  • Uprooted, fallen trees from storms, hail and high winds that may cause injury to property owners or others.
  • Trees that are too close to electrical wires and may cause electrical issues in neighborhoods during storms.
  • Trees that have roots causing plumbing problems, cracking sidewalks or leaning into another property.

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All work provided through Heartwood is in accordance with the International Society of Arboriculture.




San Antonio, Texas

Phone: 210-585-2560