Our arborists can review your landscaping and apply for a tree permit on your behalf.
If you’re considering removing a tree from your Burlington, Ontario property, it’s important to know the rules in this area. A tree permit is nearly always required as part of the process of tree removal of various calibers, and knowing where to get a permit or how to complete the necessary paperwork can be difficult for the average property owner. Tree permit regulations apply to both residential and commercial properties, and our team at Hudson Tree Services can take care of the process on your behalf.
Our company has been serving local property owners and handling their tree needs since 2012. When handling a tree removal service, we take the proper steps to avoid issues with the local government and regulations. We want to ensure a smooth process while delivering the services you need. There are a number of reasons you might be considering tree removal. Our arborists can review your landscaping and apply for a tree permit on your behalf.
If you’re feeling frustrated by the idea of needing a tree permit to remove a tree on your property, it’s helpful to understand the reasoning behind the regulation. These bylaws are in place to preserve the canopy that covers and protects the area, and removing trees that are taller than 30 centimeters (breast height) does require a permit. If your tree doesn’t fall under this regulation, we’ll give you a quote for tree removal and take care of the process. If it does, we’ll provide the necessary paperwork that outlines the condition of the tree, the replanting plan, and an inventory of all other trees on your property.