Tree Removal At the point when a tree gets harmed, is unhealthy, or you need it eliminated from your property, there is no tree too enormous or tiny for Mid America Tree Experts. We are prepared to handle it with our state-of-the-art equipment and expert team. Large Tree Removal Large tree removal is effortless with our 20 years of involvement in the industry. By using cranes, lifts, and other cutting-edge equipment, we eliminate enormous unsafe trees from practically any area with an insignificant effect on the territory around the tree. Removing Trees in Tight Spaces Removing trees can be problematic when they are close to structures like homes, sheds, utilities, and other trees. Our lightweight and remote-controlled spider lift will fit into the smallest spaces, like fence gates, yet gives us a safe reach of over 60 feet in less than a minute. Using the spider-lift, we can often eliminate or reduce the need for manual climbing, making tree removal more cost-effective and much safer. Tree Removal Clean Up Guaranteed At Mid America Tree Experts, we offer the option for total clean up! Our crew will remove all green waste generated from your project to ensure that it is cleaner than before we started working. We even have barrier screens to control the debris as the work is performed. Tree Removal Services St. Louis Signs A Tree Is Damaged or Dangerous If you’re unsure if a tree needs to be removed or pruned, here are some sure tell-tail signs: Big branches dying and falling Leaves falling off early in the year and not coming back in the Spring A rotten base of the tree or rotten roots Missing bark or deep crakes in the tree trunk A hole has formed in the tree trunk where a branch has fallen off Leaves falling off from the outside-in The tree begins to lean Roots are visible A fungus is seen at the base of the tree (a sign of root rot) “Sawdust” is seen at the bottom of the tree (a sign of pest infestation) These are signs that the tree may have a disease or illness. Other reasons to remove trees may be that they are too close to your house, foundation, sidewalk, driveway, underground pipes, power lines, or if the tree is leaning severely to one side or the other.