Scotts Tree & Crane Service  
Hazard Tree Removal and Tarping Nationwide. We specialize working with you and your insurance company. Certified Arborists on staff. 24hr Emergency                      
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Why Choose Scotts Tree Service?
  1. We have an ISA Certified Arborist on staff to help evaluate your property for all of your tree health & safety concerns


  2. We are geared to handle any size job from the smallest of fine pruning to clearing the way for a new development of houses. No job is too small or large.


  3. The combination of our highly trained personnel, top notch equipment, excellent customer service, and best prices in the industry have made Scotts Tree Service one of the premier tree companies in the area.




Services: Columbus Tree Trimming, Columbus Tree Removal, Columbus Tree
Services, Columbus Tree Care,
 Stump Removal, Hazard Assessment, Lot/land
Clearing, Lewis Center
Areas: Columbus, Dublin, Delaware, Franklin County, Delaware County, Madison
County, Westerville, Hilliard, Upper Arlington




Frequently Asked Questions


Q.  What determines the price of tree removal?

A.  Size, location, access, number of trees, dead, dangerous, proximity to house.


Q.  Does your company have insurance?

A.  Yes


Q.  Do you clean up and haul away all debris? 

A.  Yes, including raking the work area and blowing the driveway.


Q.  Do you have a minimum charge?

A.  Yes:  $400


Q.  Do you give discounts?

A.  Yes, multi-family, multi-neighbor,


Q.  Do you own your own trucks and equipment?

A.  Yes


Q.  If I have a dangerous tree that looks as though it might fall on my house, will my homeowners insurance cover its removal?

A.  No, they will not cover it until it falls on your house, believe it or not.


Q.  Will my homeowners insurance cover the removal of a tree or trees that fall?

A.  Yes - No - Maybe 

     1.  Dead tree – No

     2.  Tree struck by lighting – Yes

     3.  Tree that falls from a neighbors yard – No, when the tree crosses the property line it becomes your tree. 

         *If the tree is dead and you have warned your neighbor in writing of the danger it could fall on your house; then your neighbor is liable (their insurance may not cover it).

     4.  Tree that falls on any structure (house, fence, deck or play set) – Yes

     5.  Tree that falls on any special ornamental tree or landscaping – Maybe