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Why Choose Pierre Bunyan Tree Service?

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We have knowledge and experience

Our owner, Pierre Duguay, is a life-long tree devotee and has a deep love for the outdoors after spending his youth working at a commercial logging camp. He has successfully completed the Arboriculture Course at the University of Manitoba and is currently working towards his ISA certification.

We provide free detailed estimates

Of course. Knowing what you’re paying is paramount to our customers. Feel confident that the estimate will be exactly what we quoted you (unless there are unforeseen, extenuating circumstances). We will always advise you should there be a change to the scope of the work.

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We care for you and your trees

Along with providing a quick and reliable service, we’re committed to keeping your surrounding property and landscaping looking like we were never even there. We clean up each site we work on, taking any debris or natural waste with us when we leave.

Frequently Asked Questions

What type of equipment do you use?


We have all sorts of equipment depending on what type of services you need. We use protective gear and climbing and rigging tools to keep our arborists safe. We also use pruners, trimmers and heavy-duty equipment like stump grinders and aerial lifts.

How long will the process take?


Every job is different, so it depends on the condition of your trees and what services you need. Please visit our contact section to book a free estimate. If you’d like to book our services, we’ll be in contact with you during each step of the way.

How do you clean up?


For smaller trimming and pruning jobs, we rake up debris upon completion. For larger jobs, we use rakes, shovels, and leaf blowers to clear out the debris and fill in any holes with dirt, soil, or mulch.

What affects your quoted rates?


Every service and situation is different, but generally we look at the size of the tree, where it’s located, how long the project will take, what type of equipment we’ll need to use and if we anticipate dumping charges for regulated species (like elm).

What are the symptoms of a sick tree?


Trees will often show physical, easy-to-spot signs when they’re in distress. If you see dead or dying branches, discoloured or disformed leaves, decaying bark or mushrooms at the base of the tree, it may be time for a free estimate.

What is the best time of year to prune?


It’s best to save your branch cutters for the time between leaf drop and new leaves in the spring. Pruning trees in the dormant period means they are more likely to have new growth in the spring.

What areas of Winnipeg do you serve?


We are proud to be a locally owned and operated business, serving every neighbourhood in Winnipeg and surrounding areas. You can often find us in many of Winnipeg’s old neighbourhoods, such as Charleswood, Tuxedo, River Heights, Fort Garry, St. Vital, St. Boniface, East Kildonan, St. James, Wolseley and Point Douglas.

Make an Appointment for a Free Estimate

Contact us for a free estimate for any of your tree care concerns.
Please include all relevant details about your tree needs so we can provide you with the most accurate quote.

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