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Proper tree removal is not only important for preserving the aesthetics of the home, but it is also critical to the health of the land surrounding the tree. It takes a trained, knowledgeable expert to fully understand how to properly excavate a tree, and we at Earthworks Outdoor pride ourselves in offering just that- expert service for tree removal and other landscaping needs in the Indianapolis area.

Tree Service and Tree Removal Company Indianapolis image At Earthworks Outdoor we do not just remove trees. Our professional tree service team will consult with you to gain a full understanding of the project at hand and develop a plan of action to accomplish the task most efficiently. We take into consideration the full landscape and make sure that the trees that are removed are done in a manner that has the least amount of negative impact as possible.

With tree removal and other tree service alike, it’s important to go with a company you can trust. We are bonded and insured and have years of experience removing trees safely and efficiently. Safety starts with our employees, who are highly experienced in rigging and climbing. We will evaluate the space around your tree(s) to ensure that your yard and surrounding trees and plants are minimally disturbed. Once the tree is down, we will clean the area of all debris and can leave the stump, cut the stump flush or remove it entirely.

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Recent Tree News

Is Your Tree Dead?

Other than the obvious dead or bald spots you may see in a declining tree, there are signs that your tree may be beyond help. If there are a lot of branches with no leaves or live buds, the tree may not be able to be saved. If you see mushrooms growing around the bottom of the tree, this can also be a cue that the tree has died and is beginning to decompose. Keep an eye out for large cracks in the tree trunk and bark that is peeling off, as well.

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