The Supreme Tree Removal Guide


A crazy storm rips through your neighborhood in the San Antonio area and unexpectedly tears down a huge tree on your property. What do you do? The first step would be to call your homeowners insurance and find out if there is any coverage concerning this issue. Next would be to find a good reputable tree removal company. Below are seven tips to help you find a tree removal San Antonio company residents recommend highly.

  1. Google Companies in Your Area and read Customer Reviews

One easy way to get started in your search is to simply google “tree removal San Antonio company”. Several companies close to you should come up in your search. You can go to their google listings individually and read their reviews. Positive and negative reviews can help you narrow down your selection. Facebook is also a great way to read reviews. Once you have googled a few companies and read their reviews you can look them up on Facebook to see if they have a business page and read reviews there as well.

  1. Ask Around for Recommendations

Word of mouth goes a long way. Ask trusted family members and friends if they can recommend a company they have used before and trust.

  1. Check the Better Business Bureau

Check to make sure this company is registered with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and is accredited. This is a good indication of a reputable business. The BBB also rates companies so make sure to check the rating as well. The tree company you choose should be in good standing with the Better Business Bureau.

  1. Get Estimates

Call around and get estimates. You may not be familiar with the going rate of a tree removal company San Antonio based however getting multiple estimates from different local companies can help you get an idea. As with anything, you get what you pay for, so be balanced in your selection. Someone that is too cheap might not offer the best service.

  1. Ask for insurance and certification

A reputable tree service company should have liability insurance and also a workers compensation plan. Tree removal can be dangerous work and you want to make sure the workers are covered and your property is covered as well, should there be an accident.

  1. Safety is Key

Ask a lot of questions to ensure a safe tree removal from your property. Is the company’s equipment up to date and working properly? Are your workers certified and will they carry their certification on them? A certified worker has studied the proper and safe ways to remove a tree. A worker without proper certification and the wrong equipment is a recipe for disaster.

  1. Do Not Pay Until Service is Complete and You Are Satisfied

A tree removal company should not expect money down or payment in full up front. You are strictly paying for services rendered. There is no upfront cost for materials used. You are paying for manpower and a service. There are many horror stories out there of people paying up front for services and having a horrible experience or even worse, never receiving the service at all.


In conclusion, having a tree removed from your property is a very big deal. You want to make the best decision possible regarding safety, cost, and service. Do your homework and do your research. As much as you feel it may be an urgent issue don’t rush in your decision making process. It’s better to take a little time otherwise you may end up with a larger problem than you started off with.