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Tree Service FAQs

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We know that choosing a contractor for tree service can be overwhelming; especially if you're dealing with a potentially dangerous or damaged tree.

We've put together the following list of the most common questions we get about our tree service. 

If you have a question that you don't see below, please don't hesitate to contact us! 

Why Is It Important to Remove Dead Trees and Limbs?

It is very important to handle any dead trees or dead tree limbs before they create larger problems. Many insurance companies do not cover the damage done by fallen limbs because they are considered to be an "act of God." Even if the cost is covered by insurance, dealing with fallen trees or branches can be a hassle.


Why Choose Our Tree Service?

Buckeye Landscaping and Oheil Irrigation has been serving the Dayton area for over 40 years. We are licensed, bonded, and insured. Many of our crew members have been working with us for years, and everyone who works for us receives extensive training and certifications. Our goal is to keep all of your trees healthy and safe. Our crews are fully equipped, and we have all the tools necessary to handle even the biggest jobs. We guarantee our service, and our top priority is always to ensure our customers' satisfaction. 


How Much Will Tree Service Cost?

Every job is unique, so it is not possible to have a set cost. Tree removal can be expensive, but we are committed to giving you the best value for your investment. All quotes are free. Our service manager will come to your property to assess the nature of the problem, the scope of the project, and the conditions our crew will be working in. After this assessment, they will determine the cost and discuss the details with you. 


Next Steps

We are committed to customer service, and we want the opportunity to demonstrate that commitment to you. We hope to talk to you soon regarding your tree service needs. Please fill out our Contact Us form to set up an appointment today. 

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