Tree Removal

Professional Tree Removal

Certified Arborist

Clear Cut Group Tree Removal Services are completed by Certified Arborists. A Certified Arborist is a qualified technician that has the equipment and knowledge to safely remove your trees. The removal of a tree should be left to the experts. We have all seen those videos of a tree falling on a house or shed..

Do you need a tree removed?

The decision to remove a tree from your property can be a difficult one. A tree may be diseased for which several attempts to nurture it back to health have not worked. A tree may be an obstruction for other landscape projects on your property. Perhaps a tree has become too big and risks causing damage to such things as power lines or buildings. Regardless of the reason why a tree needs to be removed it should be done in a manner that is safe for the workers, surrounding landscape and properties.

Free Estimate

Clear Cut Group is only an email or phone call away to assist you. We will take down your information and have a certified arborist call you to discuss your project. We may be able to provide general pricing but in many situations, it will be necessary to visit the property.


Please fill the form below for a free estimation.

Clear Cut Group

Clear Cut Group is fully bonded and insured – giving you peace of mind when were on your property. Our staff is also fully uniformed as well. With a professionally trained, years of experience and friendly approach – there’s simply no better choice then Clear Cut Group Tree Fertilization Service in Oakville, Mississauga, Brampton, Etobicoke, Burlington, Milton and Georgetown.

Call us: 1.855.346.6533 or write to: info@treecareservice.ca

If your tree requires fertilizing Clear Cut Group’s Certified Arborists will determine the appropriate amount of fertilizer and nutrient levels to apply to your tree root system. Our Tree Fertilizing Team is trained to recognize and understand the proper maintenance required and tree fertilizing application process for your trees to ensure healthy growth. We use a deep root fertilization feeder that is able to reach deep into the soil as a mean of spreading essential nutrients to the roots.