Being a local company, our customers aren’t forced to pay for all of the overhead
associated with large corporations. Your money goes to the people who get the job
Personal attention. We work with you starting from the initial quote, so that you
know what to expect up front. This way, when the job is done, we know you’ll
be completely satisfied with the work.
Quality. We strive both to ensure no damage is done to your property, and also to
leave our work area clean. No detail goes unnoticed during a job.
Integrity. You can count on us to do the job right, on time, and without any surprises.
And of course, “‘Cause we’re the best!”
This was a 65 foot tall pin oak that we removed in Pine Valley in the fall of 2010.
That's Mike setting a line to drop the branch he's leaning out towards.
Our quality service starts when you first call us. Most of the time, a real live
person answers the phone to talk to you about the tree work you want done and answer
any questions you have. If you call after hours, we'll call you back the next day.
We usually can have someone out to give you a free estimate the same day or the
next day, however unless there are immediate saftey concerns, we are scheduling
jobs out 1 to 2 weeks because of the volume of work we have. If cost is a concern
for you, we have the flexibility to give you options in how your want the job done
when possible. We do our best to work within your budget. While the bulk of our
work right now is tree removal and trimming for homeowners, we also do commercial
tree removal, tree trimming, and land clearing at very competitive rates.
All of our tree climbers are fully trained in proper climbing techniques, tree trimming,
and safety. We have the equipment and experience to trim your tree or bring it down
without damaging surrounding buildings or your yard. We're proud of our safety record
as well as the fact that we don't leave a mess for our customers to clean up after
we're gone. We use a Stihl BR 600 Magnum blower to clean up all the little pieces
and sawdust leaving your yard clean and looking great.
We provide tree services for all of Allen County, including New Haven, Woodburn,
Leo, Grabill, Huntertown, Roanoke, and Monroeville, as well as Columbia City, Avilla,
Garrett, Auburn, and Saint Joe. Particularly if you have a bigger job, give us a
call or fill out our online quote request form, chances are pretty good we'll still
be less expensive than our competitors.
We work with several local excavating companies to bring trees down on projects
for them. Often times we can remove the trees and grind the stumps out very cost
effectively for sewer projects and strip malls giving your company a more competitive
bid. This is a new area we've recently moved into and we're very proud to serve
other Fort Wayne companies. Work is always done per your specifications, quickly,
and in a manner that reflects positively on you and us.
Land clearing for construction projects is often done with heavy equipment, and
for that kind of a job, you may be better served going with another tree service
company, but if you need trees taken down for a project with minimal affect to the
surrounding area, or on a lot that you can't get heavy equipment into then give
2 Guys Tree Service a call. It's not the size of the job that matters, it's they
type of job that matters. We don't use heavy equipment, but we are fast and efficient
at clearing or thinning lots or trimming up trees for construction projects.
This was a 70 foot tall cottonwood that we removed just off Saint Joe Road in the
spring of 2011. That's Jeremy finishing removing the trunk.
Some people think anyone with a chainsaw can cut down a tree. 2 Guys Tree Service
has a combined 13 years of experience with tree removal and trimming. Often times
our customers will watch us work and after the job is finished remark how they couldn't
imagine themselves doing what we just did. One particular job I recall we cut down
a 60 foot oak tree from the base so that it fell towards the neighbor's house. When
it was on the ground one of the spectators commented that she didn't think it was
going to fit, she thought it would hit the neighbor's home. There was about 15 feet
from the top of the tree to the neighbor's house after it was on the ground. We
had taken down several trees for that client all from the base to save us time and
our client money on the job.
It's our experience that separates us from the competition. When you hire a big
company, how do you know they didn't hire some guy at minimum wage and hand him
a chainsaw? We've seen professional landscaping companies butcher trees on trimming
jobs because they don't know proper tree trimming techniques. Not only did the tree
look bad, but once the bugs and rot set in, the tree will most likely end up dead.
Don't trust your trees to just anyone. Hire a professional company that follows
ANSI standards for
tree care and operations as put together by the Tree Care Industry Association (formerly the National Arborist Association).
Give us a call or fill out our online quote request form and put an experienced
tree expert to work for you.