FAQs

 

FAQs


 

 

  • Is Ace Tree Service Fully Insured?
    • Yes, for the protection of our clients. We carry $1,000,000.00 in liability and personal injury insurance as well as being covered under Ohio workers compensation. Proof of insurance is always on hand. This is very important when choosing a tree service, always ask to see proof of insurance.
  • How do I get an estimate?
    • Just give us a call at (440) – 813 – 3515 or email us.
  • Is an estimate free?
    • YES! Also worth noting is that the price you are billed for after the job is complete is never MORE than the original estimate. Some tree service companies charge more than the original price given, claiming it was “ just an estimate.”
  • When should a tree be removed? Some of the most common reason are when a tree:
    • Is dead, dying, or considered an incurable hazard.
    • Trees are to close together an trimming will not solve the problem.
    • Roots are causing too much trouble and expense with underground utilities such as sewer and leach beds.
    • To make room for construction.
  • What about tree trimming?
    • Routine maintenance is the best thing you can do to ensure the future of your trees. Here is a list of things we do at Ace Tree Service when trimming trees.
      • Remove all deadwood
        • Deadwood creates rot, which can spread into healthy parts of the tree. This creates a place for harmful insects to nourish and reproduce. Dead limbs are a hazard to people and property.
      • Shape and balance the tree.
        • This affects the appearance and stability.
      • Trim and remove crossed branches or those that rub each other.
        • This allows light to penetrate which contributes to a trees health as well as the grass and/or landscaping beneath the tree. By thinning we reduce wind resistance, which lowers the chance of wind damage.
      • Clear branches from homes and away from wires.
        • Reduces the danger of damage to your home or your neighbor’s home. Cutting branches back from rooftops can keep moss from forming which can lead to premature roof deterioration. Keeping branches clear of wires will reduce the risk of losing electrical power and/or telephone, cable, and Internet services.

Proudly serving the following counties and cities in Ohio

Western Cuyahoga County and Lorain County

Amherst, Avon, Avon Lake, Bay Village, Cleveland, Elyria,
Fairview Park, Grafton, LaGrange, Lakewood, Lorain, North Olmsted,
North Ridgeville, Olmsted Falls, Rocky River,Sheffield, Sheffield Lake,
Vermilion, Westlake AND MORE!!!