Tree Removal

There are many reasons to remove a tree, as well as reasons not to cut a tree down. See the Godspeed Tree Service team in action as we demolish even the largest and most dangerous trees around Winston-Salem, discover how we do it, and learn whether your tree is safe to leave or is a candidate for removal.

Removed sections of tree trunk sit in a pile in front of the remaining portion of trunk.
Tree Removal

The Top Reasons To Remove a Tree

Discover the top reasons to remove a tree in North Carolina. From safety concerns to property damage prevention, don't miss out on this must-read article.
A towering leafless tree reaches up toward the blue sky. Is this tree dead or dormant?
Tree Removal

Is My Tree Dead or Dormant? How to Tell the Difference

Discover the secret to distinguishing a deceased tree from a dormant one in North Carolina. Don't be fooled! Learn expert tips to save your landscape.
A blue and white Godspeed tree crane removing a tree.
Tree Removal

3 Signs a Tree Should Be Cut Down

Cutting down a tree is never an easy decision, but sometimes it’s the only choice. Here are a few common reasons to remove a tree from your Winston-Salem yard.
The Godspeed Tree Service crew uses a Tree-Mek grapple saw remote-controlled crane during a tree removal on a Winston-Salem property.
Tree Removal

Why Use a Robotic Crane for Tree Work?

Using a remote control crane for tree removals is one of the most high-tech, efficient removal methods used in tree care today, especially for large or dangerous tree removals.
What is stump grinding? A stump grinder is used to remove stump, or stump grinding, in Winston-Salem property.
Tree Removal

What is Stump Grinding (and Do You Need It?)

What exactly is "stump grinding"? Do you need it? How does it work? When should you have it done? Get answers to those questions and more in this FAQ article!
A Godspeed Tree Service crew member stands atop a tree during a tree removal in the Winston-Salem area.
Tree Removal

Preparing Your Property for a Successful Tree Removal

There are four things you can do to make sure your tree removal is a success: evaluation, protection, staging, and notification. Follow these four steps and you'll have a successful tree removal in the Winston-Salem area.


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