Tree Removal Service in Cape Coral & Fort Myers, FL | Tim's Tree Service
Tim's Tree Service on Facebook Tim's Tree Service on Instagram Tim's Tree Service on YouTube Tim's Tree Service on Twitter Tim's Tree Service on LinkedIn
Our crew removes a tree in Cape Coral, FL for health reasons.

Tree Removal Services Serving Cape Coral, Fort Myers, North Fort Myers, & Nearby Lee County Areas

We remove trees that are a safety risk, are in the way of construction, or other necessary reasons at residential or commercial properties.

Get Quote Call (239) 994-6384

Tree removal services for residential and commercial properties in Cape Coral, Fort Myers and Lee County, FL.

Our trained and insured crew removes trees that are damaged by storms, interfering with building structures, and more.

We removed trees from this property in Fort Myers, FL.

Tim's Tree Service has been providing the Fort Myers, North Fort Myers, Cape Coral and surrounding Lee County, FL areas with quality tree removal services since 1989. Large trees can become hazardous when left to grow uncontrollably, threatening power lines, homes, businesses and even injury to your friends and family. We are fully licensed and insured to remove any kind of tree on your property (except for protected trees).

Southwest Florida is known for thunderstorms, tropical storms, and even hurricanes. These storms can bring large branches or whole trees toppling to the ground. Trees that are overgrown or too close to your home or business are a huge risk that you shouldn't be taking.

The roots of large trees can cause damage to driveways, walkways, and plumbing, by breaking up concrete or wrapping around plumbing pipes. When trees are too large for your property or growing too close to building structures and require extraction, hire the professionals at Tim's Tree Service so we can safely remove them.

Reasons Why Trees May Need to Be Removed from Your Property

At Tim's Tree Service, we try not to remove a tree unless it's absolutely necessary. When a tree can be saved, then we work to try and save it. However, there may be some cases where a tree just has to be removed from a residential or commercial property. These reasons include: 

  • Structural problems with the tree: If a tree has not been properly maintained throughout its life, it may not have grown correctly. When this happens, the tree suffers and may lose branches or larger limbs that could fall and pose a safety hazard to you or others on your property. 
  • Major storm damage where the tree cannot be saved: In our area of Florida, a big contributor to tree damage and tree death is hurricanes or other storms striking your property. Storm damage can be devastating to a tree and may result in the tree needing to be removed. 
  • When a tree is too close to utility lines, pool cages, houses or other buildings: Tree branches, roots, and trunks can cause structural issues to not only buildings but also their foundations. Trees being too close to power lines is also a hazard, as the branches could snap and cause power lines to fall. 
  • If the tree's direction of growth becomes a problem and drops seeds, branches, or sap, or simply blocks your view: A tree growing over your driveway, for example, could be undesirable if branches or other limbs begin to fall in the area where you need to park your vehicles. 
  • Cracks in the trunks of the tree: Trees that are expected to grow quite large, like a maple tree, will sometimes crack in the trunk, making the large tree unstable. An unstable tree could fall over unexpectedly or during a storm, causing massive amounts of damage that could be avoided with professional tree removal services. 
  • The tree is simply too large for the property: These trees can cause damage from branches falling on your home or business's roof.
  • Building a new structure on the property: When a tree is an obstacle to adding a new area to your home or business, we can remove the tree prior to construction.
  • Tree diseases or insect infestation: In some cases, tree disease can be corrected with fungicide applications. But in other cases, this will eventually kill the tree and can also spread to other trees on the property, as many tree diseases spread through water or air. Insect infestation, if it isn't caught early enough, can also kill off a tree and spread to others. Regular tree trimming can help prevent these issues. 
  • Growing in the wrong direction that cannot be corrected: When a tree grows in the wrong direction, it can't always be corrected. In that situation, it's best to remove the tree.
  • Giving your landscape a new design and removing a tree that just doesn’t look good where it's placed: Redesigning landscaping can be exciting, as it brings a fresh, new look to your residential or commercial property. But sometimes, it means that you have to remove an existing tree for the job to be completed. 

For tree removal services from licensed and insured professionals, contact Tim's Tree Service.

We always deliver the best when it comes to our customers.

Tim's Tree Service always provides our customers with a free estimate so you know exactly what the cost will be upfront. We will bid every job with each customer’s individual needs. Once a customer decides to move forward with the job based on our bid, we will give you an estimated time frame for when we can do the work. When our team of professionals arrives to begin the work, we will start one step at a time with people in the tree and on the ground.

Our team works together to ensure the safety of each crew member and that all tree branches and trees fall to the ground in a safe orderly manner. We are fully licensed and insured and our customer satisfaction is our top priority. If you're a resident or business owner in Cape Coral, Fort Myers, North Fort Myers, or elsewhere in Lee County, FL, give us a call at (239) 994-6384 for all your tree removal jobs.

Recent Tree Removal Articles

What Should I Do if My Tree Is Touching a Power Line?
Friday, December 08, 2023

What Should I Do if My Tree Is Touching a Power Line?

If you own a home or business in Florida and you find that there is a tree on your property that is touching a power line,...
What Does It Mean to Grind a Tree Stump?
Friday, December 08, 2023

What Does It Mean to Grind a Tree Stump?

Is there a tree stump on your property in Florida that you would like to have removed? Maybe you’ve heard of a...
How Much Does It Cost to Remove a Tree?
Friday, December 08, 2023

How Much Does It Cost to Remove a Tree?

If you own a home or business in Florida and you’re thinking about having a tree removed from your property,...

Get Pricing

Error Submitting Form:
Contact Info For Tim's Tree Service, (239) 994-6384
Our certified and insured tree company servicing a property in Cape Coral, FL.

Our company is licensed and insured for all tree sizes and services.

One of the most important things homeowners and business owners should consider when hiring a tree service company is whether the company is properly insured and licensed. At Tim's Tree Service, we carry all of the proper insurance and licenses needed to service all types and sizes of trees.

When you hire Tim's Tree Service, you'll be satisfied with our work. Give us a call to learn more about our services.

Call (239) 994-6384 Now