Best Tree service professionals in fishers, Indiana
Are you looking for tree service in the Fishers, Indiana area? If so, you've found the best in the business!
We provide the greater Fishers area with the following services:
When you're looking to service your trees, whatever the job may be, make sure you get the job done right! Our crew is full of professional, as well as skilled, dependable workers, so you can rest assured that your job will be done correctly, safely, and in a timely manner.
Once you give us a call, we'll be right out to assess your personal situation and provide you with an estimate that is 100% free and absolutely free of any obligation.
what to consider when choosing a tree care service provider:
Not all tree companies are created equal, and we want to help you avoid the pitfalls that consumers make when choosing who will be servicing their trees. Be sure to consider the following when choosing who you're going to give your business to:
How can an inexperienced tree care consumer make sure their tree service provider "passes the eye test"?
As mentioned earlier, the tree care professional you decide should always have a license to do business in your area, and should be insured in case the worst should happen. On top of putting your eyes on the business license and proof of insurance, there are a few other things to look out for as well.
Look around the work site--what safety gear do you notice the crew using? At the very least, you should see some hard hats with protective visors or safety glasses, complete with steel toed boots.
If you see a ladder being used, politely tell the company to stop working immediately, as all professional tree care companies will use rigging and safety gear that is designed and manufactured with the tree service industry in mind.
Take a peek at the climber--what type of equipment is he using? A proper climber will have adequate climbing equipment that includes, but is not limited to a proper saddle and proper climbing ropes as well.
If you don't like what you see, ask the crew to leave. If you can't ask the crew to leave, tell them you don't have the money. Just remember, while you may need tree service, you certainly don't need anyone getting seriously injured on your property, nor do you need to put your home at risk by letting the wrong people drop your trees.
Are free estimates really free, and should I be expected to put money down on a job?
When you have an estimator show up at your door, there are a few things that a reasonable consumer should expect: that a free estimate should be free, and that estimate should be given in detail and in writing. If the worst should happen, remember just how valuable one's work isn't.
While a contractor may provide an estimate and ask for money up front to cover materials, the tree service industry is unique in that the company has already invested in all necessary equipment to complete the job at hand. All that's left for the company to invest in to complete your job is manpower and the costs associated with it (insurance, taxes, etc.). For this reason, a quality tree care service professional will not require you to pay money up front.
Not to insult your intelligence, but there is inherent risk and liability in the tree service industry.
In most cases, shopping for a "deal" is considered being a responsible and smart consumer; however, when you're looking for a company to remove something as massive as a tree from a location such as your home or business, consider the old adage that "you get what you pay for".
While price will always be somewhat of a determining factor in your purchasing decision, don't forget to account for potential problems that could arise with a company that is unskilled, or worse--uninsured!
As you're well aware, there are many unavoidable risks in the tree care industry--make sure the company you choose to do business with is legitimate, licensed and insured.
Sound like an arbor expert when your estimators show up by getting answers to the following questions:
The point is to make sure that you fully understand the job that you're signing up for--and again, get the details down on paper!