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Tree Removal Nashville Services

Community Tree Preservation offers trained tree removal service Nashvillearborists to consult with you about your tree removals. We are a preservation company and save trees whenever possible. We care about keeping Nashville green and its air clean. While tree removal is a last resort, sometimes it makes sense to take the tree down or cut it up and haul it off. Examples include dead or fallen trees from storms, flooding, or high winds. Our team is skilled at handling complex grow and extra-large tree takedowns.

Tornados and High Wind Damage

Our arborists feel it is our responsibility to save trees when possible. Nashville has seen its share of destructive tornados. Tornados wiped out homes and businesses in both 2020 and 1998. Community Tree Preservation was there working day and night go keep families safe and enable them to return to their homes and get their local businesses up and running as quickly as possible. The primary areas affected were Hermitage with Donelson Christian Academy (DCA) being wiped out with many homes. Mount Juliet saw devastating winds especially on Mount Juliet Road and East Nashville was hit in the Five Points neighborhood. Trees fell on houses, cars, traffic lights, and business properties. Branches and debris filled yards and parking lots.

In May of 2020 severe straight-line winds knocked down power line poles and uprooted large mature trees in a matter of minutes. It is estimated the winds reached 80 miles per hour. Power was out in 140,000+ homes according to Nashville Electric Service. Branches and large limbs fell on power lines, homes, cars, and fences.

Here are some instances when tree removal by a professional company makes sense:

Why Cut Down Trees

  • They are dangerous and pose a safety hazard to property of people.
  • The tree or roots interfere with the foundation of a home, business or other structure.
  • It is touching or in close proximity of an NES electrical power line.
  • Uprooted trees that cannot be replanted
  • It is dead and cannot be preserved.
  • The tree has already fallen (fully down or partially). A storm or simply shallow roots could have caused it to fall.
  • Damaged or downed trees after a tornado or strong winds.
  • The tree poses a threat to the other trees and plants adjacent to it.
  • Lot clearing for new construction including building a new home or structure

*Our arborists can advise homeowners or builders prior to clearing lots. Sometimes trees can be saved and even integrated into the building plan in creative ways.


Why Community Tree

Community Tree Preservation is an established company that has a certified arborist on the team to help you determine the best tree care plan for your property. We offer state of the art removal equipment and utilized industry best practices. We remove trees using low-impact techniques and perform full clean up services. We make every effort to protect your lawn and landscape.

 

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    We offer free, honest, and informative estimates. We perform quality work for residential, commercial, and municipal property owners.

    We are an 20-year, licensed, insured, and BBB-accredited tree service company. Our arborists offer the following: tree removals, preservation, branch trimming, pruning, cabling, crown restoration, lot clearing, weight and leverage reduction, emergency services, storm damage work, and cat rescues to Nashville residents and surrounding counties.

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    Community Tree Preservation
    369 Dade Drive
    Nashville TN 37211
    (615) 832-2410
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    Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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