Tree Removal

Tree Removal Service

1, 2 Tree Care

We are a tree service company and we offer tree removal services to our residential clients in North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Vancouver, Burnaby, Coquitlam and the Lower mainland area.

Eliminate the threat of human harm or property damage. Increase your property value. Create a visually pleasant environment where you feel good.

  • Licensed and insured

  • Permit

  • Professional experience

  • Professional tools

  • Safety standards

  • Clean up process

Tree removal process
George taking a selfie at the top of a tree while cutting it down

Why Choose Us


We treat your property as our own

Good Communication

We respect and value your time

Clean Up

We thoroughly clean up after the job

Overall Aesthetics

We create nicer spaces


We give you a fair estimate

Arborist Standards

We follow professional standards

Our Vision

To create a balanced environment between people, properties and trees

Our MIssion

To create safe and pleasant spaces by caring for trees

Our Core Values

Safety, environment, balance and strong work ethic

Is removing trees necessary?

Yes, it is. Our services are a necessary part of arboriculture and tree care. Our job is to ensure the safety of people, property and surroundings cultivation.

When should you remove a tree?

If a dead tree poses a possible danger to people, property and surroundings.

If the tree is close to your property. Is there a safe distance between the tree and other property? Can the tree cause any damage to the property or near infrastructure?

If there are too many trees in the area. Do other plants and trees have enough light, soil and space to grow? Is the tree negatively affecting surrounding plants?

If there is any obvious damage to the tree. Is it leaning? Are there any cracks or holes in the trunk? Is the wood strong? Are the branches falling and decaying? Does the root system show signs of damage and decay?

Are you planning a new construction or landscaping project? Some trees will have to go?

Are there any aesthetics or visual reasons? Did the growing tree start to block your view? Does the tree not fit into the overall look of your space?

If you still cannot determine whether to remove a tree, get qualified advice from a certified arborist.

How to hire a good tree removal company?

Do they have an ISA-certified arborist on staff? Arborists undergo ongoing training to provide good tree care. 

What organizations do they belong to? Trustworthy and reputable companies should belong to trustworthy and reputable organizations.

Do they have insurance? Will they be able to cover damages and insurance coverages to protect your team, clients and business?

Do they have a permit? Do they understand the law in your county and province? 

How much do they quote? Don’t fall into peer pressure. Investigate your options to find your ideal option.

What is their professional experience? Investigate company’s reviews, testimonials and social proof.

Who is on their team? Do they use subcontractors or temporary workers? Find out the pros and cons of all options.

What equipment do they use? Will there be heavy machinery on your property? Can you protect other infrastructure against the damage?

What is their clean-up process? Make sure to have a clear understanding and contract of what the company will do after the tree is cut down. 

What are their safety standards? Is there an ISA-certified arborist on the job? Do they follow industry safety standards? How do they handle your equipment? Are they licensed and insured?

Check the reputation of the company on the internet. Check the website, social media, reviews or images from past jobs.

Great view from a top the tree that is being cut down

How much does the tree removal cost?

There are a few factors that influence the price.

Tree height.

Tree condition and health.

Tree proximity to other infrastructure.

Amount of trunks and their width.

Type of the tree.

Tree density.

Surrounding landscape conditions.

Cost of the permit.

Standard or emergency removal?

Is it a fallen tree?

What should be in the quote?

Cutting down and dismantling the tree into smaller pieces.

Removal of braces and debris.

Thorough site clean-up.

Work expenses.

Cutting the main trunk into firewood-sized pieces.

What to do with the firewood. Offer free firewood on the Facebook marketplace.

Make sure to have a detailed and clear contract of the transaction.

Do you need to remove some trees?

We create safe and pleasant spaces by caring for trees

General pricing breakdown – Tree removal

Under 30 feet: $150 – $600.

30 – 60 feet: $200-$1000.

60 – 90 feet: $600 – $1500.

Above 90 feet: $1200 – $1800.

Pine tree: 40 feet tree can be removed for up to $300. 80-foot pine trees can cost up to $2000.

Oaktree: Up to 60 feet tree, $300 – $1300.

Fallen trees removal: Cost depends on the condition and species but up to $200 dollars considered a fair price.

Additional costs

Stump removal: $50 – $200.

Trimming: $300 – $600.

Limb removal: $70-$200.

Hauling: $50-$100.

Log splitting: up to $100.

Great view from a top of the tree

Should you try to remove the tree yourself?

Depending on the factors we have been talking about. Keep in mind that this is a dangerous, hazardous and professional job. Do you have equipment? What‘s the size of the tree? Is there any important infrastructure that you could damage?

When can you do it?

If the tree is less than 30 feet in height and 8 inches in diameter. If there are no other obstructions nearby. If you’re comfortable and skilled with the tools. In late winter or early spring when the tree growth is slowed and there are no fewer leaves on the tree.

How to remove a small tree

Water your tree the day before to soften the soil for easier digging.

Gather your safety equipment. Your health is the most important thing. Protect yourself with a helmet, safety goggles, respirator, hearing protection, steel toe boots, gloves and clothing to prevent cuts.

Clear the area and make people aware of your project. Make the surrounding environment safe for everybody.

Determine the intended and possible unintended direction for the tree fall. You will be chopping down the tree accordingly. Plan and clear your escape routes opposites of the desired tree fall direction.

Make an angled cut into the side of three. Make a 70 degree cut facing the direction where the tree will be falling. Cut approximately 1/4th of the tree diameter.

Start cutting from the other side. Make a horizontal and flat cut from the opposite direction to keep the fall even and predictable. Stop cutting when you have around 1/10th of the diameter left.

Leave your hinge, pull away from your saw or axe and take your primary escape route. If the tree is falling in your direction, take the secondary escape route.

Dig 6 feet deep for every inch of tree trunk width. Reach the entire root system and dig around the roots. Cut the root ball into smaller pieces and remove it.

Do you need to remove some trees?

Eliminate the threat of human harm or property damage. Increase your property value. Create a visually pleasant environment where you feel good.