Rochester NY Tree Services

Need Firewood, Tree Trimming, Stump Grinding, Logging, or Tree Removal? For Land Clearing & More, Contact us at 585-202-0238!

About Us

Craft Tree and Land Clearing is located in Walworth NY, serving Rochester NY. We offer professional tree services for residential, commercial, and municipal needs in Monroe, Wayne, Ontario, Seneca, and Cayuga counties. Our services include tree removal, lot/land clearing, stump grinding, tree trimming, logging and we also supply quality seasoned firewood.

We pride ourselves in giving the best customer care, by serving our customers and meeting their expectations! Our experts have the skill, experience, equipment, and hope that you'll feel confident in our ability to meet all of your needs. Contact us today for all of your tree service needs!

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Contact Craft Tree and Land Clearing in Walworth NY today at 585-202-0238!


 

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First, let me set the stage. We had a tree problem – seven aging large pine trees in our backyard, many over 90 feet tall, near power lines, a utility shed, and an expensive wooden fence. All, over the past ten years, had lost numerous branches from wind storms or heavy snow, making the remaining limbs more vulnerable. Last year, one of the trees “snapped” half way down, crushing a boat stored in my neighbor’s yard. The trees had to come down. My wife and I contacted numerous tree removal companies. Price was a concern, but more importantly, we wanted to find someone who had the expertise and confidence to take on our project, carrying it out with efficiency and effectiveness. Craft Tree and Land Clearing was the company we chose, and we were not disappointed. Timothy Craft, owner, proved to be honest, professional, and personable. His crew was friendly, efficient, and very skilled in the way they dealt with removing the trees, all in one day. They were respectful of our property and cleaned up all the debris beyond what we had anticipated. Very importantly, they did not damage anything in our backyard, including numerous ornamental trees which were positioned near the pine trees being removed. All of us search for service businesses that we can trust to do a quality job for a fair price. If you are in need of having trees removed from your property, we highly recommend Craft Tree and Land Clearing to do the job. You will be glad that you did.

- Chris Bell-Isle of Webster, NY on 10/10/2017

Craft Tree & Land Clearing is a fantastic company to do business with. We own a large property in Rush with a lot of wooded area. After not being taken care of for so long, we needed to do some maintenance on the woods to get new growth going and remove some old trees that were no longer stable. We had a few estimates done and not only did Tim give us the best price, but he was very detailed about which trees to take and why based on our goals at the time. Tim and his crew were professional, got back to us quickly, did a great job and did an excellent job of cleaning up the site after he was done. Now that our goals with the property have changed and we have decided to sell, we have once again contacted Craft Tree to handle the remaining trees and we are thrilled to get to work with such a knowledgeable and professional company. I can't recommend them enough!

- Teri Elmendorf McLean on 09/17/2017

Very honest and friendly.

- Dale Montodo on 09/17/2017

I'm writing to thank you for the firewood that was delivered here last week. I have burned wood for thirty years here, and this is the nicest I have ever seen. It's clean, well dried, split in the lengths that were advertised. Thank you for prompt service, and such great quality of wood.

- Kathryn, Le Roy NY on 08/31/2017

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