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Apple/Crabapple Tree Removal


The most common reason to remove an apple or crabapple tree is when its fruit is considered a nuisance. When apples are not collected from a tree, they will fall to the ground where they can rot and attract wild animals. Apples hold the seeds for producing more apple trees, meaning they can also spread to other parts of your property. Because apples are a tasty treat for wild animals, you can’t always control where this new growth will emerge.

Wisconsin's 6 Most Common Apple Tree Diseases

Apple Scab

Symptoms: Small olive green to black spots on leaves in spring, affecting the entire leaf, causing it to turn brown and fall off. Slightly raised black spots on fruits.

Cedar Apple Rust

Symptoms: Bright orange-yellow, raised spots on leaves in mid- to late spring, causing leaves and fruit to drop. Small and malformed fruit.

Fire Blight

Symptoms: Wilted and shriveled flowers and young twigs, quickly turning black. Dead twigs bend over to form a shepherd's crook. Dead leaves usually remain attached to the branch.

Powdery Mildew

Symptoms: Gray-white powdery patches on new shoots and leaves, with new growth being stunted, curled, or distorted. More prevalent during hot, dry periods.

Flyspeck and Sooty Blotch

Symptoms: Flyspeck appears as groups of small black dots on the fruit's surface, often slightly elevated. Sooty blotch looks like brown or black blotches on the fruit, which can be wiped off. Both diseases occur in summer during cool, wet weather on trees with dense foliage and poor air circulation.

Summer Rots and Spots

Symptoms: Infected fruits develop purple spots that turn into brown or black circular spots, which can feel hard or soft. Eventually, the entire fruit may be affected by rot.


The easiest way to know if your apple or crabapple tree is dead is by examining new growth. Apple trees produce leaves and new buds in the spring. Lack of new growth can be a sign that your tree is dead or dormant. If the branches are brittle and snap easily, the tree is likely dead. CutNGo ISA-certified arborists can identify which of your apple trees are dead and which are simply dormant.

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Wisconsin Apple Tree Removal


Apple trees usually do not grow very tall, making them simple and quick to remove. CutNGo tree removal rates are by the hour using remote equipment, speeding up the process and giving you the most affordable tree removal rates around southeast Wisconsin.

Note: These hourly rates are for tree removal without cleanup (we get the tree on the ground for you). You can add a full clean-up crew to any service for $200.00 per hour. If you request full-service tree removal, your quote will include cleanup.

2 hours
$900.00 without cleanup
4 hours (half-day package)
$1,650.00 without cleanup
8 hours (full-day package)
$3,200.00 without cleanup
Same / Next Day (hourly rate)
$500.00/hr without cleanup


For a fee, we’ll send a certified arborist to inspect your silver maple and quote removal costs. Skip the fee by sending us pictures of your tree, or showing us on a video call.

From our headquarters in Waukesha, we provide the best tree removal service throughout southeast Wisconsin including all of Jefferson, Waukesha, Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha, Walworth, Washington, Dodge & Ozaukee Counties.