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Tree Cutting Services in The Woodlands, Texas

What We Offer
Our tree care industry experts will carefully and efficiently aid with tree-cutting and removal services at an affordable rate. Small or oversized, we can cut away dangerous, dead, and thorny trees and limbs on oaks, pines, hardwood trees, and more. Highpoint Tree Care is a licensed and insured tree company offering tree services in The Woodlands, Spring, Cypress, and other greater Houston areas.

How Soon Can You Cut Down a Tree?

While this depends on how busy we are at any given time, same-day service is available if you need emergency tree removal in The Woodlands or any other service areas. It’s recommended that you call as soon as possible so that we can schedule services for your property immediately. A leaning or fallen tree can be dangerous and cause a lot of property damage if it falls.

Make your next tree cutting in The Woodlands hassle-free with our easy-to-fill-out quote request form, or call our tree-cutting company to compare services and pricing.

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    Tree Cutting Techniques

    cutting tree removalCutting down a tree, also known as felling a tree, requires careful planning and a high degree of skill. It’s a potentially dangerous job that’s best left to tree company experts. 

    Our team uses quality tree-cutting chainsaws, protection equipment, and measuring tools to execute safe and effective services. Rest assured that the plan will include obstacles in the surrounding area, such as vegetation, power lines, buildings, or fences. 

    We also examine the condition of the tree. Is there a dead or decayed section that could break off? Are there any loose branches? Most trees have a natural direction of fall, which is affected by their leanness, size, and shape. We do all the above to ensure the fallen tree reaches the ground unobstructed.

    If the entire tree needs to be removed, we can perform stump grinding to chip away at the wood and remove the stump by the root. We will then haul away all debris and clean up the area, leaving you with a blank canvas for new landscape possibilities.

    8 Tree Cutting Service Signs

    tree servicesSigns of tree disease

    When you are out in your yard, look around to check your trees for signs of disease. Diseased trees have unusual growth patterns, spotted leaves, or other signs and symptoms. 

    Overhanging branches

    During the growth process, as tree branches grow higher and broader start to spread over the house roofline. These branches can fall and cause significant damage during a major windstorm. 

    Suddenly leaning tree

    If you notice that one of your trees is suddenly starting to lean over to one side, it could indicate that you need emergency tree-cutting services as it could be in danger of falling.

    Small branches or sprouts emerging from the trunk

    See a branch or sprout growing out of a trunk; it is usually a response to severe stress. It is a sign that there is something wrong with your tree.

    Large dead branches

    If you notice a branch with dead leaves or missing bark, branches need to be removed. At the same time, you can inspect the tree to see if it’s still structurally sound or if the entire tree needs to be removed.

    Damaged or decaying roots

    A tree’s root system can be one of its most significant health indications. If a tree’s roots are decaying or damaged, then the tree could fall at any time, especially with wind or a storm.

    Compromised trunk

    Signs to watch for if a tree’s trunk is damaged are large pieces of missing bark and cracks or cavities in the trunk. These are both strong indications that the tree is no longer structurally sound. 

    Hollow tree

    A tree poses a danger and needs to be removed if the trunk has become hollow. Its strength has been severely compromised, presenting a fall hazard.

    Tree Cutting Prices

    emergency tree removalThere are a number of factors that will determine how much you’ll pay. However, the average tree-cutting cost ranges from $75 to $1,500. It’s important to note that these prices do not include related services like stump removal or stump grinding. 

    Variables That Can Impact Tree Removal Costs


    Typically, location will be vital in how much the project will cost you. You may pay more if you live in a big city than if your home is situated in a small rural town. However, when you call Highpoint Tree Care, you’ll speak directly with the owner, John. His involvement in the process ensures you receive an affordable tree-cutting price and expedited scheduling.

    Tree Height/Size

    As you begin receiving tree service quotes, you’ll find that many tree companies charge a certain fee per foot of height. If your tree is 30 feet tall or less, your project will be more affordable than if your tree is 60 – 80 feet tall.

    Hazards & Obstacles

    The hazards associated with your project are considered when a tree company prices it out. If the tree is away from any power lines or structures, you can expect to pay much less than if it is close to your house or has power lines weaving through its branches.

    Past Client Reviews

    Love these guys! They showed up the same day, cleaned up after and the cost to cut my trees was affordable. Life savers. Will call them the next time I need tree services.?

    Ryan OTree Cutting Service

    I filled out the tree cutting estimate form and the owner, John called me shortly after. He explained the process, scheduled my service and came by to make sure the job was to my liking. These guys turned a stressful situation into a pleasant experience.

    Kelly TTree Cutting & Tree Removal

    They responded quickly to my request for a no-cost estimate. I was pleased with their pricing and they were able to schedule me for service within the week. The workers arrived on time and did a great job. They were professional and hauled away all debris, even raking up all the small pine needles.

    Christine G

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