Tree Removals

We love trees, and we know they play an important role in enhancing our ecosystem, improving our home property, and enriching our quality of life. But sometimes a tree must be removed due to poor health, threat to safety, poor aesthetics, or incorrect size for the space. Highland Tree Service can remove a tree efficiently and safely, no matter the size, no matter the location.
Generally, to remove a tree, we must climb the tree with climbing ropes and harness. Once safely tied into the tree, we proceed to remove the limbs from the top down, dropping them carefully to the ground in a cleared area. If the tree is close to a home, fence, or other important structure, we rig each limb down, one at a time, with the ground crew stacking the limbs in a safe area.
Once we have removed all the limbs in a section, we cut the trunk and lower it to the ground. In this way, we control the tree removal from the top down. Sometimes, the tree is situated in a place where we need to use a crane to remove the tree, and the Highland Tree Service is up to the challenge.
Once the tree is removed, we chip up all the brush in a chipper, hauling away the chips or leaving them on site if the homeowner wants to use the chips as mulch. Then we cut up all the large pieces into 16" rounds for firewood. Again, we either arrange to have the wood removed or leave it for the homeowner's own use. In any event, the Highland crew takes pride in leaving the site neat and clean.

We accept these major credit cards for your convenience:
MasterCard, Visa and Discover.
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Do you provide Tree Service outside Eugene?

Yes! We provide tree service in the greater Eugene, OR area including Springfield, Veneta, Creswell, Cottage Grove, and Dexter to name a few.View a full listing by city.


- 15 years of tree service experience
- B. S. of Business from University of Oregon
- A passion for the proper care of trees!