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WELCOME TO UP A TREE
Up A Tree Founder Mark Sullivan talks about his business and how his low cost trees service alternative saves qualified homeowners up to 65% off the cost of their tree service.
WHAT IS A $50 TREE?
Yes, Up A Tree started as the $50 tree company, and we still fell trees for as low as $50. Find out what qualifies for this extraordinary price in this short video.
SIZING YOUR TREES
The first step in building your own estimate is defining the sizes of your trees. Here are the Up A Tree guidelines for defining small, medium and large trees.
TAKING PICTURES OF YOUR TREES
Trees look very similar. The difference between yours and your neighbor’s is where they are. Here are simple techniques to take informative pictures to build a super accurate estimate.
TAKING PICTURES OF YOUR DROP ZONE
The most important factor in cutting your trees is where they can land. If you have a clear area with few obstacles pictures showing those conditions on the ground mean you’ll get a great price.
WHAT IS A ‘NO-STRIKE’ OBJECT?
In the tree service business there are certain things that we can never hit with branches or trunks of trees. This video is a quick rundown on objects we need to avoid – THIS IS IMPORTANT
CLEARING THE DROP ZONE
It is your responsibility to clear the drop zone of all movable obstacles and hazards. Here is what you need to do to make your job simple and safe.
BUILDING YOUR ESTIMATE
You use a simple form on our website to develop an accurate estimate of the cost of your tree work from Up A Tree. We show you how to use this great system.
OVERVIEW OF OUR CONTRACT PROCESS
Doing business with Up A Tree is simple and easy – this video presents an overview of the terms and conditions which apply. These are words our lawyers insist we must have – here’s here’s what they mean.
WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN WE ARRIVE
Up A Tree does business differently – that’s how we save our customers up to 65% on their tree service. When we arrive at your house we come prepared to do a job – right then and there. Here’s what to expect.
UP A TREE CANCELLATION POLICY
Our success over the years is based on a great relationship with our customers. When things change, we notify you – we expect the same in return. Here’s how our Cancellation Policy works.
We cut a lot of trees for folks who intend on cutting them into firewood. This video is a primer on how to trim off branches, cut to length and then split your trees into usable firewood.
BUILDING A FIRE
One of the ways our customers save 65% on the cost of their tree service is to deal with their tree debris themselves. This video shows our favorite techniques to build a great fire to take care of your downed trees.
At Up A Tree we do things differently – for instance, we cut trees!! We don’t do a lot of things an old fashioned, full service tree company does – but we’ll refer you to folks who do.
CARBON RELEASE & CLIMATE CHANGE
What is the role of trees in global climate change? What is the impact on the planet of the carbon they store and it’s release when they a transformed, either through chipping, burning or just rotting?
CREATING A TESTIMONIAL FOR UP A TREE
We have hundreds of satisfied customers all over the Cape and across Southeastern Massachusetts. You can share your great experience on Facebook or on our website, with comments or video. Here’s how.
OUR REFERRAL INCENTIVE PROGAM
We love it when people love our work and tell other’s about us!! We’ve developed a little program to thank you for your referrals – we’ve got a few options – Here is how it all works.
OUR SERVICE AREA
Serving Cape Cod, in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, including the Towns & Villages of; Barnstable (Barnstable, Centerville, Cotuit, Craigville, Cummaquid, Hyannis, Hyannisport, Marstons Mills, Osterville, Santuit, Wianno), Bourne (Buzzards Bay, Cataumet, Gray Gables, Monument Beach, Pocasset, Sagamore), Brewster, Chatham (Chathamport, North Chatham, South Chatham), Dennis (Dennisport, Dennis, East Dennis, South Dennis, West Dennis), Eastham, Falmouth (East Falmouth, Falmouth Heights, Green Harbor, Hatchville, North Falmouth, Popponesset, Teaticket, Waquoit, Woods Hole), Harwich (East Harwich, Harwichport, North Harwich), Mashpee, Orleans, Provincetown, Sandwich (East Sandwich, South Sandwich, Forestdale), Truro, Wellfleet, Yarmouth (Bass River, Hyannis Park, South Yarmouth, West Yarmouth, Yarmouthport).
Serving Plymouth County, Massachusetts, including the Towns & Villages of; Abington, Bridgewater, Brockton, Duxbury, Hanson, Hingham, Hull, Kingston, Marshfield, Onset, Plymouth, Scituate, Wareham, Carver, Cedarville, Chiltonville, East Bridgewater, Ellisville, Green Harbor, Halifax, Hanover, Hingham, Lakeville, Manomet, Marion, Marshfield, Mattapoisett, Middleboro, Nantasket Beach, Norwell, Pembroke, Plympton, Rochester, Wareham and Whitman.
Serving Bristol County, Massachusetts, including the Towns and Villages of: Acushnet, Attleboro, Bliss Corner, Fall River, Mansfield, New Bedford, Norton, Raynham, Somerset, Taunton Berkley, Dighton, Easton, Fairhaven, Faunce Corner, Raynham, Rehoboth, Seekonk, Swansea and Westport.
Serving the island of Martha’s Vineyard, in Dukes County, Massachusetts, including the Towns and Villages of: Edgartown, Vineyard Haven and Aquinnah, Chappaquiddick, Chilmark, Christian Town, Clevelandtown, Cuttyhunk, East Chop, Eastville, Harthaven, Hartsville, Indian Lands, Jerneganville, Katama, Lagoon Heights, Lamberts Cove, Lobsterville, Longview, Makonikey, Menemsha, Nabs Corner, Nashaquitsa, Naushon Station, North Tisbury, Oak Bluffs, Ocean Heights, Oklahoma Heights, Quansoo, Squibnocket, Suttons Mills, Tississa, Vineyard Highlands, Wepua Point, West Chop, West Opening and West Tisbury.
Serving the island of Nantucket, in Nantucket County, Massachusetts, including the Towns and Villages of: Madaket, Nantucket, Siasconset and Chadwicks Folly, Cisco, Codfish Park, Coskata, Fishers Landing, Hoicks Hollow, Long Josephs Point, Mikas Pond, Monomoy, Pocomo, Polpis, Quaise, Quidnet, Sesachacha, Shallow Pond, Shawkemo, Shimmo, Smooth Hummocks, Squam, Surfside, Town Pasture, Trots Hills, Warren Landing and Wauwinet.
Build Your Estimate
Up A Tree is built on three principles – PREPARATION, or “sharpening the axe”, SUPPORT, setting the proper rigging, and BALANCE – dramatically illustrated when a tree falls to the ground. We have grown and thrived with these principles in work, life and contribution to our community, our tree dwelling friends and a sustainable global environment.