Tree Removal - Tree Service Plant City | Tampa | Brandon
Affordable Tree Service *Tree Removal *Stump Grinding *Licensed & Insured *Fast & Friendly *Owner on every job *Free Estimates
What you can expect from us
- Prices that are affordable and you can trust!
- No money upfront.. payment upon completion
- Professional, experienced trimming
- Prompt arrival with friendly, experienced crew. We respect your property and treat it as our own
- Fully insured tree service covering your property.
- Hundreds of Removals safely completed without damaging property or neighboring trees.
- Clean-up after the job
How do you know when a tree should be removed? It can be difficult for an untrained eye to recognize when a tree must go or if it is sick. It’s best to have a professional tree service company come out and look at it if you have concerns. However, trees can be removed for a variety of reasons including but not limited to: failing health, poor location, property development, too much maintenance required, improper pruning in the past, pests, threatening plumbing or assets below and more. We suggest you call our tree service in Plant City, Brandon or Tampa for one of our free tree inspections.
Call for tree service near you today! 813-434-1935
A little history about Plant City Florida
Plant City was named after prominent railroad developer Henry B. Plant. Plant City is known as the winter strawberry capital of the world and hosts the annual Florida Strawberry Festival in the late winter (usually in February or early March), which is attended by people from all over the United States as well as many people from around the world.
Plant City’s original name was Ichepuckesassa (also known as Idasukshed) after the Indian village that once occupied the territory. Its name caused so much confusion that the city was renamed “Cork”, after the postmaster’s Irish hometown. It was finally given the name “Plant City” in commemoration of Henry B. Plant and his railroad, which significantly boosted the commerce in this primarily agricultural community by incorporating it with the South Florida Railroad.