Felling trees is a difficult and dangerous job. Felling trees in a residential yard is even more dangerous, given the little room available for error, when compared with a forest. However, Ben Rawls and his tree cutting team do the job well. According to customer Laura in Ferndale WA, “Ben and his crew did a fabulous job, they were very professional, very polite, swift and thorough. There was no standing around, everyone had a job and they knew how to hustle, all while doing the job safely.”
Rawls Tree Service works with customers that have tree problems: trees about to fall, forests that are too thick, trees with heavy branches that are unbalanced, trees knocked over in storms, and trees that are too tall. They cut the trees down, remove and grind up stumps, clean up residues, stack what the customer wants to keep, and will even sell the timber for their customers. For trees they don’t remove, they can top to shorten, or take off limbs about to break. They can be in and out in less than a day.
Some customers have more than 20 trees taken out at once. Some take down trees even 96 feet tall. One customer had 40 trees taken down in 4 hours! Several customers said the company cleaned up the yard better than they found it. Some customers like to do part of the work themselves, and have found the company willing to negotiate.
They are also great to work with. According to customer reviews, Ben Rawls is a “great communicator.” He listens carefully to what customers want and directs his crew well. They also give advice, like what to do with root or bark chips. Rawls is friendly, their costs are reasonable, they’re available for emergencies, and their work is guaranteed.
Although the company is based in Bellingham WA, it works in all surrounding areas. If you need Tree service in Ferndale, WA there is no need to look further than Rawls. They provide everything needed to take out trees that are a danger, and they’ve been doing it since 1999. When you call for service, if at all possible, they’ll have the work done and cleared up the next day.