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Middlesex Tree Service has all the tools necessary to professionally trim and remove tree limbs or entire groves of trees. Their crane and bucket truck minimizes any risk to a homeowner’s valuable property while ensuring that the job is performed correctly. Of course having the right tools is necessary but the skill and knowledge to do the job right is the most important prerequisite. This is where Chris and his crew take a back seat to no one. They have performed removals of trees that have fallen on houses after a hurricane. Other removals involved large oak tree limbs physically resting on the house. Chris and his crew will undertake these jobs and get the results you are looking for and at a competitive price. Most people make the mistake of hiring a tree removal service entirely on the basis of price. However, removing large trees and/or limbs is dangerous work especially if the tree is near a home or street where falling limbs can do significant damage. We have over twenty years experience and the right equipment to handle all jobs safely and efficiently. Our tree climbers use a bucket truck and safety harnesses and we are insured. We love trees but we love our customers and employees even more. When you hire Middlesex Tree you are hiring a team of professionals who pride themselves on their work.
Tree Removal, Tree Pruning, Tree Trimming, Tree Stump Grinding.
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1 Review for Chris Martel
$1,000 - $9,999
I had three trees taken down in my yard. Two were in the back which were hard to reach. Another was rotting out and leaning towards my neighbors power lines. I was quoted hundreds more by another company. I had also had three trees taken down last fall by another company and they too charged more. I had email Chris originally for a quote. He was on vacation but responded saying he'd get back to me when he returned. He did so and did the work within two weeks. Overall I was happy and would recommend, as he is very reasonable priced.
March 20, 2016
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