Tree Permit

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If your tree is more than 30 centimeters DBH, it will require a tree permit for removal.

Tree Permit A diseased or otherwise damaged tree can pose a safety risk when left on your property. But before you can remove it, you need to understand the rules of the area. Some tree removal jobs require a tree permit, issued by a local governmental agency. Failing to secure a permit could increase your risk of facing fines and penalties, which just isn’t worth it. Instead of putting yourself and your property in jeopardy, allow our team at Hudson Tree Services to assist you with the process of completing all the required paperwork and securing your tree permit.

As local tree experts, we understand the laws around safe and effective tree removal. The law serves to protect the canopy that covers the area, providing shade and comfort. If your tree is more than 30 centimeters in diameter at breast height (DBH), it will require a tree permit for removal. Our team can take care of obtaining the permit, as well as removing the tree from your property. Additionally, we will handle the plan to replant a tree to replace the one that is being removed in accordance with the regulations.

We’re the team to trust for tree removal and any other tree-related needs that may arise on your residential or commercial property. Our team has the training and equipment needed to take trees out safely without causing damage to the surrounding area. We can also take inventory of the other trees that surround the one we remove to ensure they aren’t suffering damage or other issues. Contact us to request service at your home or business today.

At Hudson Tree Services, we assist with tree permits in Etobicoke, Toronto, Mississauga, Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton, Ancaster, and Milton, Ontario.