Driscoll Tree Service in Brunswick, Maine, offers complete tree services, including tree removal, pruning services, and view cutting. Our experienced team helps Maine residents protect themselves and their property from dying trees that may fall because of the stress of high winds or the weight of snow in the winter.
A diseased, dead, or damaged tree can fall, causing damage to your property or putting your family’s safety at risk. Give us a call at (207) 504-6284 to schedule an appointment for a tree removal estimate. We examine your tree and then give you an estimate for the cost of removal. If you agree, we schedule a time to come back and take the tree down. Our experience allows us to safely remove even difficult trees.
Dead trees and limbs can put your home and your safety at risk if they fall unexpectedly. Let us evaluate your trees and remove any parts that are dead or diseased. If there is any part of your tree that will cause a structural defect later, it needs to be removed. Even if you just want your tree to have a better shape, we can help. We suggest that you have your trees pruned two times a year—during the spring and fall.
View cutting is regulated by shoreline view laws, and there are legal limits. We are experts at view cutting and know the requirements, including the restriction on how high on a tree the limbs can be removed. If you have a view of the water and find that the trees in front of your house are beginning to block that view, we can help. Our team evaluates the trees around the property to determine what can be removed.
A severe storm with high winds often breaks limbs and causes trees to fall. We remove broken limbs in a way that allows the tree to survive, if possible. If we can’t save the tree, we suggest the most effective way to remove the tree to prevent further damage to your property.
After a tree is removed, the stump left behind will take about 15 to 20 years to deteriorate naturally. We use a stump grinder to take the stump down below the ground. We remove the stump mulch, or you can keep it to use in landscaping.