CB Tree Service

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Toronto ON M5R 2E2
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Mary in Toronto
Mary in Toronto
1 review Toronto, ON

Problematic Weed Tree

In June, Craig was out to remove a very problematic Manitoba Maple tree that was damaged by the windstorm. A major limb of the tree had broken and hung precariously over ours and the neighbour's fence/deck, at a 45 degree angle. Until he received the City's permission to remove the broken limb (but not the remainder of the leaning tree), Craig shored it, preventing it from breaking off and causing further damage.
Lately, we were concerned the remaining half of the leaning tree was unstable, therefore, obtained a permit from the City to remove it entirely. We received another, considerably higher, quote and requested Craig to do the work. There was a major obstacle with the trunk, i.e. over the years, the tree grew into the chain-link fence, embedding it within. Craig worked very hard to cut through the trunk, destroying and/or dulling several blades of his equipment (chainsaw, sawzall and stump grinder). He managed to complete the job perfectly, leaving no trace of the tree or chain-link fence.
We highly recommend the efficient, hard-working team of CB Tree; Craig and his crew are reliable, friendly, honest and do excellent work, ensuring the customer is satisfied.

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Company Response

Hi Mary, I'd like to thank you very much for taking the time to post a review. . The Manitoba maple tree removal went without incident and now that the stump is out, the fence construction can be completed as planned. Thank you for the kind words. I'm told that as a result of your review, and all the others this year, we're in the running for Best of the Best Tree Service, again this year. It wouldn't happen without the excellent reviews our customers give us and it doesn't go unnoticed. Please know that anyone you send our way will be treated well also.
Thanks again, all the best, Craig.