Not only do healthy, beautiful trees raise property values and the overall aesthetics of a neighborhood, but a poorly cared for tree can lead to real trouble. Dead or overburdened limbs can fall and damage property, shorten the lifespan of your tree, and attract pests and disease.
Why risk a costly issue when regular tree care prevents accidents, extends the lifespan of the tree, and makes your property more beautiful? Hansen’s residential tree services strive to provide homeowners with healthy, flourishing properties at a competitive price.
Safe, Experienced, Trained Professionals for Your Tree Care Needs
Anyone can cut a tree, but it takes an experienced professional not to destroy everything underneath. Our residential tree services minimize damage at every level from hiring capable employees to placing mats on lawns to prevent our trucks from tearing up grass.
In addition, all Hansen’s staff go through rigorous training before we let them out in the field. They are well versed in safely using our state-of-the-art equipment, machinery, and other tools for any tree care need. Lastly, we provide all customers with a certificate of insurance that will protect you and your property in the event of an accident.
Whether you’re trimming away from your house to prevent roof or paint damage or you simply need seasonal maintenance to prolong your tree’s life, Hansen’s can prune safely and efficiently.
Hansen’s will cut down your tree, remove the stump, and haul everything back to our green resource recycling center. These services mean you don’t have to clean up at all!
Our dynamic tree cabling services can prolong the life of a damaged or unusually shaped tree.
Not sure where to begin? Our certified arborists are on the case.
Whether you need a preventative treatment or something to cure what ails your tree, Hansen’s can provide treatments that are effective and environmentally friendly.
Unexpected storm damage or other tree emergencies call for fast, on-the-scene relief. Hansen’s is prepared to handle the toughest residential tree issues in the Greater St. Louis Area.