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Omaha Junk Removal
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Whether you need residential or commercial junk removal, we are your go to
junk removal company in the Omaha, NE and Council Bluffs, IA metro area. Our comprehensive services offer a solution to all of your junk removal needs. Omaha Junk Removal & Hauling offers junk removal and hauling services for residential and commercial customers.

What We Haul: If you need it gone, we’re the team for you. In fact, we haul just about everything except for hazardous waste. We’ll be there for your big and small projects, from disposing of an old
mattress and cleaning up yard waste to clearing a warehouse and demolishing your kitchen. Plus, you can feel good about where your items are going because we donate and recycle 60% to 80% of the items we haul. Find out more about what we haul.

junk removal company is committed to environmental responsibility, and we make the effort to donate or recycle your old items whenever possible. If your junk isn’t reusable or recyclable, we dispose of it in the most responsible manner possible in order to lessen our carbon footprint. Call on Omaha Junk Removal when you’ve got a move, cleanout, or storage needs. Our friendly, professional team has the vehicles necessary to haul away your junk so you don’t have to do a thing.

What We Haul Away

Appliance Removal
·         Attic Cleanout
Basement Cleanout
Building & Office Furniture Removal
Cleaning Services
Commercial Junk Removal
Construction Debris Removal
Couch Removal
Demolition For Renovation Projects
Estate Cleanout
E-Waste Recycling
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Furniture Assembly
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Labor Services
Loading A Moving Truck
Mattress Disposal
Moving Appliances And Furniture Around Your Home
Refrigerator Removal
Residential Junk Removal
Scrap Metal Removal
·         Services For Real Estate Agents
·         Storage Container Packing
Swingset Assembly And Removal
Television Disposal
Tire Removal
Warehouse Cleanout
Waste Management
Yard Clean-Up
Yard Waste Removal


Omaha, Central Omaha, Southwest Omaha and Sarpy County, including the communities of Bellevue, Blair, Carter Lake, Elkhorn, Fort Calhoun, Gretna, La Vista, Millard, Omaha, Papillion, Ralston, Springfield and Waterloo, NE, and Council Bluffs, IA. Zip codes: 68007, 68010, 68022, 68102, 68104, 68105, 68106, 68107, 68108, 68110, 68111, 68112, 68114, 68116, 68117, 68118, 68122, 68124, 68127, 68130, 68131, 68132, 68134, 68135, 68137, 68142, 68144, 68147, 68152, 68154, 68157, 68164, 68178.

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Best Tree Trimming Service and Cost in Omaha NE

Omaha Junk Removal

Tree Trimming classifications

Expert Tree Services

Tree Trimming Service near Omaha NE: Formerly known as The Care of Trees, Omaha Junk Removal ISA Certified Arborists provide superior local tree services from tree removal and tree trimming to
tree planting and plant health care in Omaha NE and the surrounding communities for years. Our clients trust our expert tree services and professionalism. Tree care is important, and we take the time to listen and help devise a strategy that best suits your property needs.

Tree trimming service is important to help sustain a tree’s health and retain its natural appearance. Omaha Junk Removal ISA Certified Arborist will assess your tree’s trimming needs from removal of unhealthy limbs to disease reduction.

These signs can indicate when it’s time for professional tree trimming service:

  • Branches are close or are touching your home
  • You see dead, unsightly or loose hanging branches
  • Your trees have not been trimmed or pruned in the last three years
  • You would like your ornamental tree shaped for a more aesthetic curb appeal

A certified arborist can help your trees and property look good and become part of a safe, nurturing environment for your family.

Why Do We Prune/Trim Trees

Tree Trimming Service near Omaha NE: One of the simplest ways to achieve this is by occasional trimming and pruning of trees, bushes, and shrubs. Trees in the Omaha NE area are generally trimmed for one of three purposes: aesthetics, safety or health.

For example:

Trees Aesthetics Value

Pruning a tree effectively helps to maintain its shape and appearance. However, you shouldn’t try to impose an unnatural shape or size on a tree. The amount of trimming and pruning that will be needed could seriously damage it.

Tree Safety

Dead or broken branches and limbs can fall off at any time, which is a serious safety hazard. If the branches of a tree obstruct your vision while driving, they should be trimmed away. Finally, tree limbs and branches occasionally grow too close to utility lines. Contact the utility company to handle such issues.

Tree Health

It is sometimes possible to save an infected tree by strategically pruning away affected branches and limbs. Thinning the crown of a tree improves airflow, which can be very beneficial. If branches are crossing or rubbing together, they should be trimmed so that they don’t fall unexpectedly.

In addition to why regular tree trimming and pruning should be done, it is also very important to note when this should be completed.

Best Time to Trim Trees

Before doing any work, you should get informed about the most up to date tree trimming & removal requirements for your location

Winter Trimming and Pruning

Pruning during dormancy is the most common practice. It results in a vigorous burst of new growth in the spring and should be used if that is the desired effect. It is usually best to wait until the coldest part of winter has passed. Some species, such as maple, walnuts and birches, may bleed (when the sap begins to flow). This is not harmful and will stop when the tree leaves out.

Summer Trimming and Pruning

Summer trimming and pruning is often done at this time to direct the growth of the tree by slowing the branches you don’t want. To slow (dwarf) the development of a tree or branch, pruning should be done soon after seasonal growth is complete. The reason for slowing the growth is to reduce the total leaf surface, thus reducing the amount of food manufactured and sent to the roots. Another reason to prune in the summer is for corrective purposes. Defective limbs can be seen more easily, or limbs that hang down too far under the weight of the leaves.

Pruning Trees in Fall

You should refrain from trimming and pruning in early fall. This is because decay fungi spread their spores profusely in the fall and the healing of wounds to the tree are slower.

Spring Pruning of Flowering Trees

For trees that bloom in spring, prune when their flowers fade. Trees and shrubs that flower in mid to late summer should be pruned in winter or early spring.


Removing or trimming a tree on your Omaha NE property

Tree Trimming Service near Omaha NE: Hiring someone to trim just one tree can cost up to $1,000, with $250 to $500 being the typical price range for trimming a tree. And keep in mind that those prices cover one-time service for just one tree. If you’ve got several trees around your house that need to be trimmed or trees must be trimmed several times a year, the bill will go up accordingly.

Tree Trimming Services

Whether you are looking for monthly or just one time tree trimming service, you won't find a better place to get the job done.
Tree Removal has experienced partners that are highly skilled in trimming, pruning, shaping, and thinning. It's important to hire an experienced arborist that knows the correct techniques to trim trees so that they stay strong and healthy for a long time. New York tree trimming costs around $150 to $450 and depends on how many you have, how large they are, what species they are, and how often you need them trimmed.

New York tree removal costs around $250 to $550 for typical jobs. The amount that it will cost for you to remove a tree on your property will depend on how difficult and how long the job takes. Removals where it's hard to access the tree, or where there is a home or building underneath or nearby will make the price go up. You will also get a discount if you have multiple trees that need to be cut down since the crew and their equipment are already there. Since removing a tree can be expensive, it's always recommended to compare prices from three local New York arborists near you.

How Much Does Tree Removal Cost?

If you want to remove a tree completely from your property, online estimates provide Omaha NE residents an average price of $500 to $1,300, with an average cost of $850. Keep in mind that tree removal projects vary significantly. If the tree is small or requires limited special tools for the extraction process, it may cost closer to $300. However, removing a tree near a house or power lines could cost closer to $2,000.

How Much Does
Stump Removal Cost?

If you want to grind a stump down to the ground, estimates range between $185 and $350. Removing the stump costs between $1,000 and $1,300 because of the amount of labor that is required to dig out the roots beneath the trunk and the scope of landscaping necessary to repair the area after removing the stump.

Average Cost of
Tree Maintenance in Omaha NE

Tree Trimming Service near Omaha NE: Rates in Omaha NE for cutting away dead branches in the winter to encourage new spring growth, trimming tree branches around power lines, or pruning trees to discourage disease range between $160 and $870. The actual cost depends on the height and condition of the trees, whether or not special equipment is required, and the hours required for handling the project. The average cost most Omaha NE tree owners will pay for routine maintenance is around $505.


 Tree Trimming Costs

Tree Trimming Service near Omaha NE: Are you looking for the Best Tree Trimming Services near Omaha NE? Omaha Junk Removal, will assess your tree’s trimming needs from removal of unhealthy limbs to disease reduction. Our clients trust our expert tree services and professionalism. Tree care is important, and we take the time to listen and help devise a strategy that best suits your property needs. Cost? Free estimates! Send us a message or call us today. Best Tree Trimming Services around Omaha NE. We serve Omaha NE and other areas.

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Tree Trimming Service near Omaha NE: If you are removing or pruning a tree that is on your private Omaha NE property, you do not need a permit.

However, you need to ask a few questions to get the safest and best results:

  • if your tree contractor is licensed, certified and trained. A certified arborist can tell if the tree has damage that is not visible. Based on that assessment, he can determine how to trim a tree, where to cut and how to keep everybody safe, including your property.
  • if the Omaha NE tree service company you selected is bonded and insured. No matter how small the accident, you do not want to find out that they are not insured after the accident.
  • search for tree service near me. How far is the company located? Is in the city or outside Omaha NE? You might pay a higher price because of the commuting costs.
  • do they use specialized tree service equipment. Using the proper tools in an experienced way will make the project faster and safer.
  • Will they make the best recommendation? Some Omaha NE tree contractors recommend the service that brings them most profit. In many cases, a diseased plant can be saved through tree trimming or other specialized treatments. However, they might recommend removing the tree just because it is more profitable.
  • if removing the tree, will they remove the stump as well?
  • Do they clean up after the work is completed? We have seen many lawns that looked like they've been hit by a tornado after the tree work was done.

Tree Is on Neighbor's Property

Can you make your Omaha NE neighbor trim his tree?

Tree Trimming Service near Omaha NE: If the whole tree trunk is located on your neighbor's property, then the tree belongs to your neighbor. Your neighbor is responsible to maintain it and address any portion of the tree that might become a hazard to you or your property. However, if the tree is healthy, you cannot force your neighbor to trim the tree.

You can trim any branches that extend on or over your property, only up to the property line. You cannot force the neighbor to pay for it and you still need to be careful. If you destroy the tree (even by trimming the tree branches on your property), without your neighbor's consent, you might be liable for paying up to 3 times the tree's replacement value.

The best course of action is, of course, to consult your neighbor before doing any work on his tree and try to get his written consent. You can also ask to see if he is willing to support at least part of the
tree care expenses.

When is the best time to prune a tree in Omaha NE

Tree Trimming Service near Omaha NE: It depends on the tree species, how urgent is the tree pruning and the season. Some recent tree wounds attract insects and may make the tree vulnerable to various diseases. For those species, dormant tree pruning might be your best option. To preserve the flower crop for the current year, some flowering tree species can be trimmed immediately after they flower. Some evergreens need to be pruned during spring and summer.

Dead branches can be removed at any time.

Tree dormancy is triggered by freezing temperatures and shorter days. It helps the tree deal with the winter temperature by stopping above-ground growth. The dormant season ends for the tree usually when temperatures are in the chilling range 32-50 degrees F for a number of hours (500-1500). For more information, you can use this Morton Arboretum garden and tree care calendar.

There might be other reasons for you to trim your trees outside the dormant season:

  • tree trimming is also a good method for disease control
  • to preserve the tree's structural integrity
  • if a branch poses a risk, such as hanging over power lines or it is cracked and might fall, it has to be removed immediately. Tree trimming near power lines should be done by a professional
  • to control the tree's shape
  • to encourage growth for some species

For faster service, we have a tree service location as well.

  • Crown Cleaning

    Crown cleaning a tree's canopy consists of pruning dead & diseased limbs, excess branches, and crossing or rubbing limbs out of the crown of a tree. Each tree may require more or less work depending on many factors such as proximity of tree to resources, tree location, and tree species. An arborist can assess a tree to determine the branches that should be trimmed.

  • Prune Deadwood & Diseased Limbs

    One of the most common and natural techniques of
    tree pruning, is pruning the deadwood out of a trees canopy. Pruning out the dead and diseased limbs from a tree is good for the health of the tree. Diseased limbs are cut so they cannot further affect the tree's live branch structure, and deadwood is removed for safety reasons mostly.

  • Crown Thinning

    Thinning out the interior crossing or rubbing limbs, and sucker growth is a common and acceptable practice. Thinning can help reduce wind resistance in a tree, thus reducing the chances of a wind storm blowing over a tree. It can also increase sunlight for your grass to grow. Tree Trimmers must be careful not to cut too much and form what is called a Lion Tail, where a limb has no foliage except on the very ends.

  • Crown Raising

    Crown raising involves the removal of the lower branches of the tree to lift the height of the crown. This can be better than crown reduction at times as it opens up the lower area to allow more light through.  Also ii is done in order to provide clearance for buildings, vehicles, pedestrians, mowing, and provide a better view.

  • Clearing Limbs Away from a Structure

    Are the squirrels keeping you up at night, or are the branches rubbing against your house? Clearing tree limbs away from your house or structure is a very common task. The branches should be cut properly, back to the nearest lateral limb just outside the branch collar. Generally, clearing limbs away from a structure is completed by certain footage effective to clear the structure but at the same time not harming the tree and keeping its structural integrity.

  • Crown Reduce

    Crown Reducing is a method of reducing a trees height and width by a certain percentage or footage. Topping is not a recommended pruning method, unless there is a safety factor such as a large dead or dying tree. Crown Reduction is usually performed on a tree that is prevalent to storm damage, leaning toward a structure, or a tree that has outgrown the area it was planted in. Drop Crotch pruning is an acceptable method that results in a crown reduction by cutting the longest ‘terminal’ branch on a limb, and leaving the shorter ones on that same branch.

  • Vista Pruning

    Selective pruning limbs on a tree to provide better visibility of a local scenery. This could be to achieve a more favorable view of the mountains, or for instance better visibility of traffic when entering or exiting your driveway. There are many situations for vista pruning. Only select limbs should be taken and its best to consult a professional to determine if any cuts will harm the tree.

  • Shaping

    Shaping a tree is a method performed usually by pole clips or shears and involves trimming the entire canopy all the way around the circumference to form a nice round shape. This is often completed on smaller sized trees and shrubs. Keep in mind, when shaping a tree to gain a certain look for your landscape, it will require you to prune the tree more often, usually every couple years if not more.

  • Natures Cut

    A Nature’s cut involves taking the top or canopy out of the tree for safety concerns. Generally, a large dead or dying tree that is not in close proximity to a structure or in a highly occupied area are candidates for a Natures cut. A 20-25’ spar is left standing for living things in nature to use. The spar that is left standing should be left at a height that is less than the total distance to a structure or occupied area to maintain safety in case it falls. Generally, a tree that is a candidate for a natural cut is usually in a wood line or out of the way.

We can deliver all the above plus a free, competitive Omaha NE tree service quote. Contact us to schedule an estimate for
tree trimming and pruning in Omaha NE.





What does Omaha Junk Removal do for tree trimmings?

  • Removes dead limbs
  • Removes limbs that obstruct streets, driveways, windows, etc.
  • Eliminates dead, diseased, or insect-infested limbs
  • Thinning or removing branches to allow more sunlight
  • Enhancing the shape and form of the tree

What is the difference between tree trimming and tree pruning?

tree trimming is for shrubs and hedges while tree pruning is for trees and shrubs. Trimming is to ensure that the shrub or hedge will grow perfectly, but pruning is for protecting the tree or shrub. Pruning services tend to get rid of dead, loose, or infected branches so the shrub can flourish, or gives the shrub a different shape for aesthetic purposes. Tree trimming services are done to remove overgrown bushes so that shrubs can get more moisture and light.

How often should I get a tree trimming service done?

Usually, you get it done twice a year; pruning is done annually. However, the frequency all depends on the plant species.

Why is tree trimming important?

There are several reasons why you might want to cut your trees:

  • Aesthetic – You ought to trim or prune a tree to keep the shape and appearance looking beautiful. You never want to change the shape of a tree or a shrub into an unnatural shape or size, and the amount that a tree is trimmed can severely damage it.
  • Safety - You want to be careful of dead and broken tree limbs because they can fall off anytime and they can be a significant safety hazard. If a tree branch obstructs your sight while driving, then it should be trimmed right away. Some tree limbs might also grow too close to utility lines. If this happens, you should call the utility company to handle it.
  • Health - Believe it or not, it is possible to save an infected tree by cutting the branches and limbs that are affected, but this has to be done strategically. Crown thinning can improve airflow through the tree or bush, and this can be beneficial for the tree. You should also prune if branches are crossed or rubbing together so that they don’t fall unexpectedly.

What is the best time of year to do tree trimming?

It’s best to trim or prune a tree or shrub during its dormant season. The only exception is if there is a hazard. You can also technically prune a pine tree at any time of the year, but it is still best to do it in its dormant season as well.

What are some general tips for trimming?

  • Be conscientious of the size of the branch that you’re going to cut down. The maximum diameter you should consider is about 5 centimeters. If it’s five centimeters or less, it’s fine to remove it. If it is between five and ten centimeters, then you might not want to remove it, or at least reconsider. If it’s over ten centimeters in diameter, then you should have a good reason for cutting it. Otherwise, you shouldn’t.
  • Try to prune branches when they are still young when they are still easy to manage. It’s also best to do this because the risk of leaving scars is lower.
  • Don’t trim the branch too close or leave it too long. You don’t want to leave a large branch stub, and you also don’t want to remove the branch collar.
  • The ratio of living crown to tree height should be two-thirds after trimming.
  • You should only cut branches that have weak, narrow, V-shaped angles. Never trim branches that have strong, U-shaped angles.

What are some tips for pruning?

Crown thinning: It is the removal of a portion of smaller branches (usually at the outer crown) to produce a uniform density of foliage around an evenly spaced branch structure, and it does not change the overall shape or size of a tree.

  • Keep lateral branches as evenly spaced as possible, and especially on younger trees.
  • Never remove more than one-fourth of a living crown at once. If you have to remove more than that, you should spread it out over the course of a few years.

Crown raising: It can be done to provide some clearance for pedestrians or cars pulling into driveways. The crown of a tree can be raised if pruning is done carefully. You’ll want to maintain live branches on two-thirds of the tree’s height. If too many branches are removed on the lower half, it may prevent the tree from developing a strong stem.

Crown reduction: Crown reduction is different from crown thinning in that it reduces the canopy size of the tree, but it is not a good idea to get a crown reduction if at all possible. It is an extensive and severe form of pruning that is used for reducing the weight of possibly dangerous limbs, balancing an uneven tree, and preventing trees from obstructing or damaging power lines or buildings.

  • If you have to remove more than half of the foliage from a branch, it’s best just to remove the whole limb.
  • Prune lateral branches that are at least one-third of the diameter of the stem that needs to be removed.

What are some
tree trimming techniques?

  • Before making a cut, look for the branch collar, which is the swelling of a branch (or any part of a woody plant) that forms at the base of a branch where it is attached to the parent branch or to the tree trunk. Look for the branch ridge, which is on the upper surface and is parallel to the branch angle at the stem.
  • Always cut outside the branch bark ridge and angle your cut down and away from the stem. Make sure not to harm the branch collar
  • Always use the same technique to prune living or dead branches.
  • If a stem is too long, there is a three-cut method you can use: Make a notch on the side of a stem that faces away from the branch that’s being retained.


  • Specific types of pruning may be necessary to maintain a mature tree in a healthy, safe, and attractive condition.
  • Cleaning is the removal of dead, dying, diseased, weakly attached, and low-vigor branches from the crown of a tree.
  • Thinning is selective branch removal to improve structure and to increase light penetration and air movement through the crown. Proper thinning opens the foliage of a tree, reduces weight on heavy limbs, and helps retain the tree’s natural shape.
  • Raising removes the lower branches from a tree to provide clearance for buildings, vehicles, pedestrians, and vistas.
  • Reduction reduces the size of a tree, often for utility line clearance. Reducing a tree’s height or spread is best accomplished by pruning back the leaders and branch terminals to secondary branches that are large enough to assume the terminal roles (at least one-third the diameter of the cut stem). Compared to topping, reduction helps maintain the form and structural integrity of the tree.


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