In Edmonton, AB you can prune an elm tree between October 1 and March 31. If pruning is required at other times in the year, you can obtain a Elm Tree permission form from Edmonton Forestry and Environmental Services.
Please be aware that any person or tree service which removes an elm tree from their property must also remove the stump to a minimum of 10 centimeters below the soil line.
Yes! Every job is assessed by an ISA Certified Arborist who is knowledgeable and experienced in proper tree care.
Our tree service company carries a 3 million commercial liabilty insurance policy with Co-operators Insurance and all of our employees are covered by W.C.B. We will provide proof of insurance and W.C.B. coverage if requested.
Our office is open Monday to Friday from 8:00am until 4:30pm. For all after hours emergencies we can be reached at (780) 977-8720.
We can provide you with an estimate left in your mailbox or by email. You will not be required to be there when the estimate is provided. We will need a clear description of what you are wanting done, along with the species and location of the plant material within your property.
Although if you are in need of a tree removal estimate, it is helpful if you are able to clearly mark which trees you desire to be removed.
Alberta Arborists tree service adheres to the ANSI A300 tree care standards and the ANSi Z133.1 safety standards. For more information in regards to these standards, please do not hesitate to ask us.
Alberta Arborists accept Visa, Mastercard, personal cheque or cash.
We do not request payment up front. Payment is only due upon the completion of the job.
If Alberta Arborists provides stump grinding services for you, you can expect that the mulch will be raked back into a pile and left onsite (where the stump was). You can take advantage of using this mulch for garden beds, tree wells, composts or you can bag it up and put it out for yard waste collection. We do not haul away the mulch created from stump grinding operations.
Yes, firewod is left piled in the general area of where the tree was removed. Moving firewwod around the site may result in an extra charge.