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How much does tree work cost?

Each tree is different. We base pricing on access, the size of the tree, the degree of difficulty and the amount of clean up.

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Tree Toppers Mission

Top Notch Tree Care's mission statement is to strive to offer competitive pricing while meeting all of the customer’s needs. We believe in offering:

  1. Customer satisfaction
  2. Job Efficiency
  3. Job Safety
  4. Friendly and Courteous Customer Service

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Tree Removal

Tree Removal

When you own property you are likely to have some really old and majestic trees that add to its charisma. While no right thinking person would like to chop down a grown tree, there are circumstances when you feel that your home may be threatened by trees located right next to it. The injury to the life and property from a tree falling or damaged branches can be greater than you expect.

For the average person taking down a tree, it can be very dangerous or possibly life threating. You could actually do more harm by not having the appropriate knowledge, experience, and equipment for taking the tree down safely. Although there are costs for hiring someone to take a tree down, they are offset by possibility of a tree falling on you or on your house. Leave any tree removal up to a professional.

View Cutting

Having an obstructing tree or limb hanging in front of your home can be very impairing to your view. The view from your home or deck can be very appeasing and southing. If there is an obstruction hindering that view you are not getting the full potential of what is out in front of you.

Although cutting down a perfectly live tree can sound bad, it may be that only some branches need to be cut. Do you have a satellite dish or are having one installed where the signal no longer reaches it?

Cutting a couple of limbs out of the way will improve your signal to save you the hassle of moving your dish from where it has been located for years to a spot that is more visible on your property. This is not aesthetically appealing to the eye. Cutting a line of site towards the sky is an easy way to take care of the problem. We believe that your home is your palace and that you should receive all of the benefits and features it has to offer.

Tree Pruning and Trimming

There are many reasons for pruning and trimming trees. You prune and trim for safety, health, and aesthetics.


You do not want dead limbs hanging on your trees above your head. These dead limbs can come crashing down at any moment with a gust of wind, snow and ice or just naturally falling from decay. They could fall on your house, driveway or sidewalk, or the deck where you grill out. Proper tree maintenance can prevent and protect you and your household.


This involves pruning or trimming a tree to remove diseased or storm-damaged branches, thinning the crown to permit new growth and better air circulation, or to remove hindering lower branches. Removing diseased, damaged or dead plant parts speeds the formation of callus tissue and sometimes limits the spread of insects and disease. Proper pruning influences fruiting and flowering. Properly pruning flower buds encourages early vegetative growth. Late winter or early spring, before bud break, is usually the best time to prune many species because new tissue forms rapidly. 


Pruning a tree is an art of giving your tree a certain distinguishing characteristic and for the stimulation of flower production. This can be a direct correlation of you as a person. Pruning can be very important to trees that do very little self-pruning.

Storm Damage

Every year there are storms that rolls in and cause minor to major damage to trees. Storm damage to trees usually comes in six ways - either blown down, stem failure, crown twist, root failure, branch failure and lightning strike. A tree can be blown down due to high winds such as a tornado, hurricane or a downburst.

Stem Failure

Stem failure is where the stem on a tree is damaged. Trees do not heal wounds; rather they just grow over the old wounds making the stem weaker. Crown twist is where broken limbs cause an asymmetrical tree. This asymmetry causes heavy winds to exert a heavy torque on the major branches of the tree a can cause the tree to fall.

Root Failure

Root failure is when the roots that support the tree are damaged. This can be done by boxing the tree in such as a sidewalk, pavement or foundation. Compaction around the root of the tree and toxic materials can cause the roots of a tree to weaken or die in turn toppling or killing the tree.

Branch Failure

A branch is attached to a tree by a small layer of stem wood called the branch collar. Branches are designed to come off at times and a healthy tree will seal off that spot over time. Ice storms or downbursts that occur can leave the branches unprepared and susceptible to tearing downward along the stem or snapping. Proper pruning will help minimize the destruction with the new wood growth around the branch.


Lightning strike is where lightning strikes a tree moving downward down the trunk of the tree or in a narrow line down the branches, stems and roots. Lightning destroys the live tissue of the tree with electrical current and heat it generates. Damage caused by lightning causes water loss and invasive pests quickly move into to the tree.

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