Tree Cutting — Centerville, MA — Up A Tree LLC

Hello, and welcome to Up a Tree of Centerville! We’re the premier tree felling company in the Cape Cod and Southeastern Massachusetts area. Do you have unwanted trees on your property? Felling trees is very dangerous and should only be performed by a licensed professional. If you’re looking for a trusted tree removal service to help you get rid of some of your trees, read today’s post to learn why Up a Tree is the best choice!



Up a Tree was founded over seven years ago. Since then, we have used two generations of tree removal experience to build a company that specializes in that one thing — tree removal service at a great price.


At Up a Tree, we pride ourselves in being able to offer our customers the experience they are looking for in a qualified, professional tree feller. However, experience alone doesn’t contribute to a company’s reputation — more importantly, it’s the way we treat our customers. When you choose Up a Tree for your tree removal service, you can expect to work with reliable experts committed to quality who have an unparalleled commitment to customer service.

A+ BBB Rating

We are proud to announce that we have achieved an A+ Better Business Bureau rating. This highly-coveted rating takes into account the length of time a business has been in operation, the number of complaints that have been filed and the company’s response to them, and whether or not a company is transparent about their business practices. Companies can also be penalized for not having the required licensing or if their services or business ethics are in question. If you would like to learn more, visit the BBB’s overview of ratings page to find out more about BBB ratings and how they are calculated.


Customer testimonials are not included in the calculation of Better Business Bureau ratings, which is why we find it important to share them with you. There’s no better way to learn about a company’s trustworthiness or ability to do the job than to read actual testimonials from current and previous customers. At Up a Tree, we’re happy to share our testimonials with you. If you have any reservations about giving us a call, read what people all over Cape Cod and Southeastern Massachusetts are saying about us.

Easy Estimate

We want you to feel confident in your choice to work with us and that’s why we make it as easy as possible to get your free estimate upfront. Simply visit our estimates page, and choose one of the options listed — build your own estimate, discuss your tree removal job with an expert through live video, or use the provided form to call or email your quote request.

When it comes to getting your estimate, we take things a step further. We not only offer three simple ways to get your estimate, but we also give you options for building your own estimate and show you ways that you can reduce the cost of your tree removal service. Not sure how to measure your trees or how to determine your drop zone? That’s ok, we even have a selection of short videos to guide you every step of the way!

Affordable Cost

One of the biggest reasons why people choose to work with us is because of our affordable cost. Sometimes all you need is to have a tree cut down. Maybe you don’t want to pay someone to cut it up into tiny pieces, do a full clean up, or haul the wood away. We’ll show you how you can save a lot of money on your tree removal service by doing some of the work yourself.

Hiring someone to help you with tree removal can be very expensive, but people who have worked with us know us as the “home of the $50 tree.” Are you interested in learning more about what a $50 tree is and if you can take advantage of this incredible special? Watch this video to learn more.


Up a Tree has helped hundreds of people all over Southeastern Massachusetts with their tree removal projects and we would love to help you. Do you have questions or would you like to speak with one of our experts? Contact Up a Tree in Centerville and we will be happy to help!

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.