Low-impact, Efficient Tree Service in Bloomington, Indiana
Trees require regular care and maintenance in order to remain healthy, especially if they are in a heavily trafficked area or in less than ideal conditions. When you choose Bluestone Tree for tree service, you can be confident the work will be done right. Our ISA Certified Arborists can help identify any dangers associated with your trees before they become serious problems.
When a tree does need removal, we use modern equipment that enables us to complete the work safely while ensuring minimal disruption to your property and surrounding area.
Seven ISA Certified Arborists on Staff
We offer the highest standards of tree removal, pruning, trimming, stump grinding and cabling/bracing service.
A Proven Process
1. FREE ESTIMATE
Call us or use the form to set an appointment with a certified arborist.
2. SITE VISIT
Our arborist will visit your property to evaluate the situation and develop a solution.
We email you a detailed proposal from which you can choose the services you would like to accept.
After acceptance, the work will be scheduled and you will be notified of the date.
5. WORK BEGINS
We send a highly trained team of arborists with specialized equipment to perform the work safely and efficiently.
6. CLEAN WORKSITE
Only after we thoroughly clean up do we email an invoice, with a choice of payment options.
Get a Free Estimate for Tree Service & Removal
Estimate vs Assessment
What's the Difference?
Tree Service Estimate
An estimate is a price given to remove or prune one or more trees.
If you simply want to know how much it costs to remove or prune tree(s), an estimator will visit and provide a price quote.
We provide free estimates for tree removal or pruning. Contact us by phone, online form, or stop in to schedule a visit with an ISA Certified Arborist.
An assessment is a determination if any issues exist with one or more trees.
The arborist uses their knowledge and experience to perform a detailed examination of the tree species, age, health and environment.
The arborist also answers any questions the owner may have. If issues are discovered, a written proposal is sent describing them and recommended action.