Tree Services and Mountain Views in Western North and South Carolina
For over 28 years, All American Tree Service has provided tree services for homes and businesses in North and South Carolina. As a full-service tree company, we can handle any size job from pruning to tree removal. We specialize in mountain views and use our cranes, equipment, and experience to provide quality work on every project.
We also provide emergency tree services for any storm damaged trees or old trees that may cause a hazard to you or your property. You save more money calling us out to remove a tree than to repair your property.
Our List of Tree Services
24/7 Emergency Services Available
Mountain View Services
Tree services in mountain ranges can be dangerous. Not many tree service companies have the equipment or the experience to handle them. All American Tree Service can handle any mountain view tree project.
Hazardous Tree Removal
Do you have trees that look like they are dying or are infested with insects? Call us right away and we will examine the trees to determine if they can be saved or need to be removed.
Storm Damage Cleanup
If a storm has passed through your area and you are left with damaged trees, give us a call and we can remove the trees and clear the area of limbs and other debris.
If a stump is pushing into a foundation, getting infested, or is in the way of a fence or new construction, we can get the stump grinded down or completely removed.
Call All American Tree Service at 828-608-0133 (NC) and 864-991-7128 (SC) for emergency tree services or to schedule a consultation for a free estimate. We offer discounts for seniors, military, and first responders.
Different reasons exist for pruning tree limbs, all of which result in a healthier-looking and -functioning tree. Although trees grow naturally without being trimmed, pruning them helps them to reach their full potential and live longer. However, before you can learn how to trim a tree correctly, you must first understand why you should do it.
Removing a stump involves digging a hole large enough to fit not only the stump but also the root ball and the root system. This method is more destructive to your garden, more hazardous, requires more expensive machinery, more crew members, and more time. Stump grinding solves these problems.