Sometimes Tree Removal Is Necessary
Trees play a significant role in our environment and provide social impact through their beauty and their added economic value to your property. However, trees decline and sometimes require the tree removal services of Royal Wood Tree Service. Some trees are improperly maintained or are unsuitable and may need to be removed for safety reasons. However, many civic governments have made tree preservation a civic goal through tree bylaws and tree-cutting permits. For this reason, it’s important that you understand the requirements in your specific area. In the communities of Delta (Tsawwassen, Ladner, North Delta), and in the communities of Surrey, Vancouver and Richmond, Royal Wood Tree Service regularly provides tree removal services and assists our customers in understanding the tree removal bylaw and obtaining a tree removal or tree-cutting permit.
Get a Free Tree Removal Assessment & Quote
Royal Wood Tree Service offers free 'arborist' tree assessments to assist you in your property tree maintenance. Tree removal is a last resort decision. There are other options such as tree pruning and tree cabling. We also provide assistance in acquiring civic permits, acting on your behalf. When you entrust our company with your tree removal, you can expect us to remove it in a safe, efficient manner. We also provide optional wood removal services and tree stump removal services. Here are some more reasons why you should consider us for your tree removal needs:
Does Tree Removal Require a Permit?Trees designated as "protected" under civic tree bylaw protection require a permit to be removed. They have a tree diameter at breast height (DBH) greater than or equal to a specified minimum. The basic tree removal bylaws for removing only one tree in our core service areas are summarized below:
Outside Our Core Service Area
Below is a link to the Tree Cutting/Tree Removal Bylaw Summary for all Greater Vancouver communities:
REASONS FOR TREE REMOVAL
If you recognize any of the below in one of your trees, call Royal Wood Tree Service for our ISA-Certified Arborist and Tree Risk Assessor for a Free Tree Assessment.
How to Recognize if You Have a Hazardous Tree
The following are major signs to look for to recognize if you have a hazardous tree:
*See Photo Gallery opposite for illustration of Hazardous trees
If you recognize any of the above in one of your trees, call Royal Wood Tree Service to get a free tree assessment from our ISA-Certified Arborist.
Royal Wood Tree Service
1101 English Bluff Rd.
Delta, BC V4M 2N7
Delta | Tsawwassen | Ladner | North Delta
South Surrey | Richmond | Vancouver