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  • Titan Tree Care

    "Titan Tree Care's Emergency Service saved my Thanksgiving! - At 11 am, 23 NOV 21, my neighbor's 120' 30" diameter red oak shattered (corkscrew break) and fell towards my house destroying a 22" diameter red oak (shattered) and uprooting a 90' 20" diameter white oak. High winds were forecast for Wednesday, 24 NOV 21 - limited time to act. The sounds & popping of the break and constant shifting gave me great alarm....I called & emailed Titan Tree Care in a panic for help! Adam & Samantha answered immediately. Adam arrived on-scene within an hour. Assessing potential harm to the house and surrounding trees from the uprooted tree (all three trees were labeled "widow-makers"), Adam gathered a 10 man team by 2 pm with vital equipment (a bobcat & blocks w/pulleys) to safely drop all trees to the ground. Responding with a sense of urgency the team placed rubber mats on my grass to move the bobcat to the work area, eliminating damage to my tall fescue yard. Promptly assessing the greatest threats, Team Walmen methodically dropped each tree focusing on tension points and clear drop points using felling cuts. Team Walmen masterfully manipulated four ropes to ground the uprooted oak wedged into the tops of four other white oaks within 10' of the house. First time I've seen a butt cut with the tree controlled by ropes and walked back parallel to the ground and safely cut - no crane needed - all worked by ropes, pulleys & chainsaws! - Cleanup was exceptional!"

    5.0 star review from Martin B. in Manassas, VA

  • C&E Tree Service

    "Carlos sent his crew out on one of the hottest days and they cut down a rotted tree and trimmed(elevated) branches from others. The best part, they cleaned up afterwards! Thank you!"

    5.0 star review from Ellen J. in Woodbridge, VA

  • A&D Tree Services

    "Great work ethic, friendly and well priced. Very quick to do the job exactly as we agreed on before and they cleaned the property well. Will use again when we need more tree work done. "

    5.0 star review from Heidi or Gary C. in King George, VA

  • Cardinal Ridge Landscape, LLC

    "They did a great job trimming a tree and removing some bushes. They went above and beyond with cleaning up, making both garden beds look really nice. Would definitely use this company in the future."

    5.0 star review from Sarah K. in Ashburn, VA

  • SavATree - Sterling

    "The Sav-A-Tree team (Daniel, Jose and Darian) provided outstanding customer service when pruning our tree. They were courteous and professional and answered all of our questions and concerns. We highly recommend you contact them if you need any work done on your trees or shrubs. Thank you Sav-A-Tree!!!"

    5.0 star review from Jeani L. in Ashburn, VA

  • Gordon W. Frazier Tree Service

    "Fair price for tree removal and trim of adjacent tree. Also trimmed the evergreen near the shed. Didn't have a firmal contract but kept the price provided on business card. Had an issue with ropes tangeling while removing a section but they were able to fix without dropping the section. "

    5.0 star review from David D. in Alexandria, VA


How much do tree or shrub removal & trimming services typically cost?

  • Ashburn, VA Average
    $1,032
  • Typical Range
    $506 - $1,639
  • Low End - High End
    $220 - $3,000

Tree removal is really not a DIY job - especially when height, surrounding structures, electrical wires, fences, and wildlife is involved. A professional tree removal company nearby is your best bet to get the job done quickly and, most importantly, safely.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to take down a tree?

The average price of removing a tree ranges between $400 and $2,000. Small trees up to 75 feet high typically cost $1,000 or less, while those above 75 feet range up to $1,800 and more. Foliage condition of and access also factor into that range.

Similar project costs include:

  • Stump removal: $50 - $300
  • Limb chipping: $65 - $150
  • Trunk removal: $40 - $120
  • Firewood log splitting: $50 - $100

Does homeowner's insurance cover tree removal?

Home insurance only covers tree removal if it's already fallen and has caused damage. General yard maintenance, like pruning branches or removing a dying tree, is not included in most policies. If you have a fallen tree on your property, check with your insurance company to see if it covers the price to remove it.

Should I remove a tree close to my house?

You should remove a tree that's closer than 10 to 15 feet to your home because it can pose major problems. The roots can damage your foundation and pipes. If it falls, the chance of damage to your home is significant.

Removing a tree that close to your home requires extra care and planning. You have to make sure that no parts of your home or roof are in jeopardy. Most professionals recommend extracting the roots as well as the trunk and limbs.

What questions should I ask tree removal companies?

  • Can you provide up-to-date certification and insurance?
  • What are your credentials and how long have you been in business?
  • Do you have a certified arborist on staff?
  • Do you have references that I can check before committing to a contract?
  • Will you provide a detailed written estimate?
  • Will this job require a permit or HOA clearance?
  • Do you expect any upfront payment before the work begins?
  • What equipment will you use to cut down and remove the tree?
  • How long will the job take?
  • What safety precautions will your crew take to protect themselves and my home?
  • How will you ensure minimal damage to my property around the tree?
  • What's your cleanup process?