You can always contact us for any question you have!
What size of a tree can we move?
Our 90" spade is capable of moving a 12" diameter tree. The 36" spade can can move a 3" tree.
What is the ideal time to transplant trees?
Trees should be transplanted while they are dormant, generally between November and April, depending on the weather.
How much does it cost to move a tree?
There are many variables involved with tree spading that effect pricing, every project is different. Variables considered include tree type and size, travel distance, soil and site conditions, quantity, and accessibility. Pricing is determined on a case by case basis. We charge $4 per mile port to port for travel, & we have a $500 minimum.
What is your guarantee?
We guarantee that if you don’t water your trees, they will die. Kidding aside, we do guarantee our workmanship and that our trees are in healthy condition when they are moved. We do all we can to educate our customers on proper watering and care.
The window in south central Kansas, to properly transplant trees, is very small. Most of our work takes place between January 1 and April 15. Whether you are interested in purchasing trees or having your transplanted, NOW is the time to send us an email to get the ball rolling on your project
Large spaded trees need the same attention that a small hand-planted tree does, if not more. Many people assume that a large tree is mature enough to take care of itself, and it is not. Watering takes time and commitment to ensure a healthy tree. Be sure you have plenty of time to care for the transplanted tree.
We make sure all work is done with DigSafe in mind. All of our work must be done with a current locate from DigSafe.
It takes large equipment to move trees. Many people are familiar with the size of a concrete truck. That is similar in size to the tree spade. Make sure you will have enough room for the job. Let us know if we need to look at your location to make sure!