• You should only use a tree company with current, valid general liability and workers compensation insurance.
  • Proof of coverage should come directly from the insurance companies themselves, not from the tree company.
  • Lack of coverage can result in claims against your homeowners’ insurance policy for damage to your home, persons, and property and even from tree company employees whose employer does not carry workers compensation insurance.
  • A company that cuts corners on insurance may also cut corners in other areas such as safety, training, and equipment.
  • When you choose a tree company, please make your decision an informeddecision.

Randy Rawson
Certified Arborist SO 5365-A

The best tree service and the nicest people in Charleston.

— Wally Corbett – Google Review

Great service! Randy and the team called ahead to schedule, showed up right on time and did an amazing job. Thanks Rawson!

— Stewart Fife – Google Review

Task was to cut down and remove huge six foot diameter live oak that had split to the roots and half the tree had hit the ground. Randy and his crew finished most of the job on the first day and cleaned up the remainder the next day. Unbelievably professional and competent crew with top-notch equipment. I recommend his service without qualification.

— Bob Wray – Google Review

The Rawson crew is professional, quick and clean. We had them remove four large diseased oaks that were threatening structures on our property. They arrived on time and got right to work on the intricate project.

— Glenda Patron La Rue – Google Review

I had a variety of tree pruning that needed to be done surrounding my home and next to my driveway. Randy and his crew were prompt, courteous and performed expert work around the property. They cleaned up nicely and the entire service was A+. Serious pros.

— James E.

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