Tree Removal Services Near Me In Mobile AL

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Tree Service Mobile AL

Best Tree And Sprinkler Service is proud to offer tree services in Mobile AL. We offer affordable and 5 star customers service when residents of Mobile need tree removal, tree trimming and pruning, storm damage removal, and stump grinding.

Why hire a tree service pro near you in Mobile AL?

There are many instances where a tree that needs to be removed or trimmed in Mobile has a very good chance of causing damage to property. The hazards of climbing high up a tree with powerful saws and equipment is not something to take lightly and can result is serious bodily injury to someone with little experience. Bottom line we know how to keep your property safe from perils caused by trees and tree limbs safely.

How much does tree removal service cost in Mobile Alabama?

Tree removal costs vary depending on a number of factors:

  • The proximity to hazards such as buildings and power lines can increase the cost of a tree removal job. If we have room to lay the tree down the price is less expensive than if we need to climb the tree and take it out in pieces. 
  • The size of the tree is a major factor in the price of the tree as larger trees obviously take longer to take down and clean up than smaller trees.
  • The health of the tree can factor into the price as some trees are not safe to climb.

Call (251) 716-0130 us or get a free estimate through our website contact page for all your tree service needs and questions.

Don't forget we also offer the best sprinkler service in Mobile!

Mobile was founded as the capital of colonial French Louisiana in 1702 and remained a part of New France for over 60 years. During 1720, when France warred with Spain, Mobile was on the battlefront, so the capital moved west to Biloxi. In 1763, Britain took control of the colony following their victory in the Seven Years War. Following the American Revolutionary War, Mobile did not become a part of the United States, as it was part of territory captured by Spain from Great Britain in 1780.

Mobile first became a part of the United States in 1813, when it was captured by American forces and added to the Mississippi Territory, then later re-zoned into the Alabama Territory in August 1817. Finally on December 14, 1819, Mobile became part of the new 22nd state, Alabama, one of the earlier states of the U.S. Forty-one years later, Alabama left the Union and joined the Confederate States of America in 1861. It returned in 1865 after the American Civil War. Mobile had spent decades as French, then British, then Spanish, then American, spanning 160 years, up to the Civil War.

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