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Tree Services

Our tree care services will increase the longevity of your trees by keeping your trees healthy and your landscape safe.


Proper tree trimming and pruning revolves around maintaining tree health, beauty, and keeping landscape trees safe. Landscape trees require a high level of maintenance due to the extensive pedestrian – we all want to be safe from falling tree branches in our own backyard. Proper tree trimming and pruning not only improves the beauty of your trees but can enhance and complement your other shrub and flower plantings.

Depending on the size, age, and location of your landscape trees, we offer various forms of tree trimming and pruning. Although the same tree cutting tools are used, there is a difference between pruning mature landscape trees and pruning / training young trees.

Our professional arborists can help you with all your tree trimming and tree pruning needs, from pruning dead tree branches to shaping ornamental landscape trees.


Pruning of hedges and shrubs can be done by formal shaping or informal tip pruning. The type of shrub pruning our arborists recommend depends on the shrub species, age, size, and location. Flowering shrubs should only be pruned at certain times of the year, depending on when they flower. Our arborists can help you determine a proper shrub pruning schedule for all the hedges and shrubs in your landscape.


Tree removal involves cutting a tree down to a low stump level. Our tree removal price normally includes cutting down a tree, chipping up tree the tree branches, and hauling away the tree trunk. If you decide to keep the wood from the tree removal we may be able to offer you a lower tree removal cost.

Dead Tree Removal

With so many things going on in our lives it’s easy to put off removing a dying tree. One day you look out your window and realize you have a dead tree that needs to be removed. Dead tree removal can be one of the trickiest types of tree removals our tree service does. This is because as the wood dries out its properties change and a tree removal arborist needs to exercise extreme caution when removing dead trees.

Storm Damage Tree Removal

The flat topography in the Indianapolis area increases the damage to trees from high winds. These weather events often mean whole trees are blown over by high winds. We are often called up to remove fallen trees from houses, remove fallen trees from houses, and even remove fallen trees from cars.

Hazardous Tree Removal

Sometimes tree defects go unnoticed for months or years. For this reason alone, it’s important to have one of our arborists perform an annual inspection of your landscape trees. If our arborist finds a hazardous tree defect we can schedule a tree removal before damage to your property occurs.


We provide lot and land clearing for both residential and commercial properties. Our lot and land clearing service has been used to:
  • clear an area for a home addition
  • lot clearing for increasing the size of a parking lot
  • expand backyards for increased recreational space
  • clear a lot for new home, business, or commercial construction
Our specialized equipment can efficiently remove trees, brush, and undesirable vegetation like vines and other nuisance vegetation, to your specifications, to help speed up your construction timelines.


After a tree removal is completed there are several reasons to consider having stump grinding or stump removal done. Although a stump will eventually decay on its own, this process will take several years to occur. The gradual, unsightly decay of a stump will only detract from the beauty of your landscape. Stump grinding allows you to reclaim a portion of your landscape. After stump grinding is done you can reseed or re-sod the area, or plant a tree or shrub. Probably the most important reason to have stump grinding or stump removal done is that some insects, like carpenter ants, will be attracted to the decaying stump in your yard.


Most sudden tree damage occurs during some kind of adverse weather event, such as, high winds, during an ice storm, after a wet snow, or tornado damage. Sometimes, though, a weak tree or tree limb can fall from a tree on a clear, windless day. When emergency tree removal or emergency tree pruning needs to be done in Marion or Hamilton County our arborists respond quickly to your needs.

Whether it’s removal of fallen trees or just the clean up of fallen tree branches, we can help with all of your emergency tree care needs.

Arborist definitions of tree trimming & tree pruning terms:

Tree Crown: Also known as the tree canopy, this is the part of the tree consisting of the tree limbs, tree branches, twigs, and leaves.

Tree Trunk: This is the central structural part of a tree from tree branches grow. Some trees have a single trunk, while other trees have more than one tree trunk and are called double-trunk, multi-trunk, or multi-stemmed trees.

Scaffold Branches: These are the main branches that grow (usually horizontally, or at a slight upward angle) from the main trunk(s) of a tree.

Crown Cleaning: This type of tree trimming or pruning involves the removal of dead, dying, diseased, crowded, weakly attached and low vigor tree branches from the crown of the tree.

Crown Thinning: Is the selective removal of tree branches to increase light penetration and air flow throughout the crown of the tree. Thinning opens up the inner crown and reduces the weight on individual tree branches, which can reduce the potential for storm damage.

Crown Raising: This is the trimming or pruning of lower tree branches to increase the clearance over lawn areas, sidewalks, roads, or driveways.

Crown Reduction: This tree trimming or pruning technique is used to reduce the height or spread of a tree. Crown Reduction is used to provide tree branch clearance from utility lines, houses, driveways, streets, sidewalks, and to maintain the natural shape of your tree.

We provide tree care services to the following cities in the central Indianapolis, IN area:

Hamilton County Indiana                    Marion County Indiana

  • Arcadia
  • Atlanta
  • Carmel
  • Cicero
  • Clay
  • Delaware
  • Fall Creek
  • Fishers
  • Indianapolis
  • Jackson
  • Noblesville
  • Sheridan
  • Wayne
  • Westfield
  • White River
  • Beech Grove
  • Center
  • Clermont
  • Crows Nest
  • Cumberland
  • Eagle Creek
  • Homecroft
  • Indianapolis
  • Lawrence
  • Meridian Hills
  • North Crows Nest
  • Perry
  • Pike
  • Rocky Ripple
  • Southport
  • Speedway
  • Spring Hill
  • Warren Park
  • Wayne
  • Williams Creek
  • Wynnedale

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