Tree Services in El Cerrito, CA
Bay Area Tree Co | El Cerrito Tree Services
El Cerrito's #1 Tree Service Provider
Trees are fantastic! Trees do more than just look great, they also work to clean the air, store carbon, screen our homes from the sun, increase real estate value, and do a range of other things. When it comes to your home or office, trees can be both advantageous and harmful. A tree can jeopardize your life and home in some instances, such as during a storm, or they can add to the aesthetics and value of your home. That is why we, at Bay Area Tree Co, offer a broad array of tree services in El Cerrito Ca and other surrounding Bay Area cities. Our arborists are experts in tree removal, tree cutting/trimming, tree stump removal, tree cabling, and just about everything else connected to having a safer and more aesthetically pleasing property. Our certified arborists adhere to stringent guidelines, take all essential measures, and utilize the proper equipment to accomplish all of our offered tree services.
About Bay Area Tree Co
Our Professional arborists at Bay Area Tree Co are passionate and dedicated to providing quality tree services. Our team conducts in-depth inspections to identify any root cause of illness or damage so that we can revitalize a tree or make the decision to remove it. We understand that trees cannot always be protected and must be removed for safety or aesthetic reasons, depending on the owners wants, plans and desires. Our Bay Area Tree Co team is dedicated to effectively managing your residential or commercial property by providing custom and quality tree removal, tree trimming, stump removal, and even Emergency Tree Services in your El Cerrito community.
To safely complete your desired tree services, our crew will utilize cutting-edge machinery and follow best practice procedures – our crew will even dispose undesirable tree waste at your home or business. Our expert tree service company is family-owned and run. This enables our El Cerrito team to deliver comprehensive tree services at a cheaper cost.
Our tree pruning and trimming services are completed by professionally certified arborists. We understand the need of appropriate tree management, as well as when it is necessary to remove an undesired tree or stump.
For a free estimate, contact our El Cerrito Tree Service staff today!
OUR TREE SERVICES
How Our Tree Service Works
Why Choose US?
Choose us for all your tree services in El Cerrito CA and we will provide you with:
Our employees are highly skilled and experienced, with some having worked for the company since its inception. They consistently do a good job in a professional and timely manner. In El Cerrito CA, we are small enough to provide excellent customer service and large enough to manage larger, more complex projects.
Our top priority is your safety, so we take all required precautions when conducting our services. In addition, we have comprehensive insurance to safeguard both you and our personnel.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a permit to remove a tree?
The removal of all types of properties, especially street trees, requires a permit. You can easily get a tree removal permit.
Do I have to be home for the removal process?
It’s not necessary if everything has been decided with our team. You can trust our team with your property.
Is it ok to remove trees close to the house?
Yes, our professional arborists make sure that no damage is caused to nearby people or properties while removing the trees.
What’s involved in the tree removal process?
The tree would be cut down to a low stump in a conventional removal. We have the best equipment to carry out tree services safely.
What if a tree needs to be removed, will my property be protected?
About El Cerrito, CA
El Cerrito was founded by earthquake survivors from San Francisco in 1906. They settled at what was then Don Victor Castro’s Rancho San Pablo, which was close to the Rancho San Antonio, which was owned by the Peralta family. In 1909, the colony got a post office, and the refugee camp was dubbed Rust after its first postmaster, Wilhelm F. Rust. In 1916, the residents of the colony changed the name to El Cerrito, which means “little hill” or “knoll,” in allusion to the many separate hills in the area. El Cerrito was constituted as a village with 1,500 residents a year later.