All-Inclusive Tree Management Services Our Services Include: Tree Removal - Not every tree needs to be cut down. Let me look to see if tree removal is necessary. We are experienced with hazardous and dangerous trees!Tree trimming - Let us artistically trim your trees. We prepare trees for hurricanes and high winds by balancing the limb levels and thinning.Tree Topping - We top trees during wintertime only when the sap is down.Cavity Repair - We use expanding foam and pruning spray to repair cavities.Stump Grinding - We use a compact grinder to fit through backyard gates or a tractor grinder for larger jobs.We apply a little rope pressure to the top of the tree, then cut a small knotch in the front of the tree, and cut the back of the tree in order to drop it. Don't leave dead trees too long, because they will fall on pets, people, and the property you care about. They can also spread insects and tree diseases. Professional and Complete Clean Up We offer emergency service. We are insured for your protection and all work is guaranteed. You pay when you are satisfied with our work. Tim Jennings, the owner, is an expert in tree removal and tree trimming. We provide fair estimates and prompt friendly service, and you can rely on us to show up for the job. Welcome to TNT Tree Service. Can trees be hazardous? Trees are essential to our world, offering a wide range of benefits to our environment. However, trees become hazardous liabilities if they fall and injure people or damage property. Proper constant maintenance will help prevent accidents and identify when a tree becomes dangerous. How can you tell if a tree is dead? One way to tell if the tree is dead or dying is if it does not have any leaves anymore. You can tell that it is dying or in decline if every year you see fewer and fewer leaves on its branches. Other ways to tell if the tree is dead or in decline include looking at its trunk for severe damage, disease, fungi, broken bark, broken limbs, stress fractures, etc. You can also look for exposed roots or roots that are consistently dry/brittle. Another way to tell if a tree is in decline is if it's dying from the top down. Do you haul away the tree debris after cutting or trimming? Yes, we are careful to completely clean up the tree debris. In some instances, a small amount of shavings will remain but are soon absorbed by the surrounding lawn and grounds. Do you remove the stump after cutting down a tree? Yes, we can. Our special equipment grinds the stump to mulch. How deep will my stumps be ground? Normally the stumps will be ground 6" to 8" below ground level; there will be additional charges for grinding surface roots in the surrounding area. There will be a mulch pile after your stump is ground. Mulch is good to use as ground cover. Do you charge by the tree? No, we do not charge by the tree. Every tree is located in a unique place, and therefore offers unique challenges, like size, location, and condition. Let us look at it, assess the situation, and give you a FREE estimate. How much does it cost? We offer very competitive rates for tree trimming and removal. However, many variables determine the cost of trimming or removal of a tree. Location, size, access, as well as the level of danger associated with the job, are all considerations that determine cost. Can I keep the firewood from a tree you cut down? Yes, if you prefer, we can cut it into firewood length. Ask us about pricing for these and other services we offer. How do I get an estimate? Just give us a call at (281) 236-8733. We are happy to provide estimates free of charge. Contact us today!