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Actual Ginkgo Tree

Do your trees need training?
Ginkgo Tree

Chinese Elm

Treat them well.
Chinese Elm

Dwarf Japanese Maple

Don't trust them to just anyone!
Dwarf Japanese Maple

Japanese Snowbell

Add beauty and grace to YOUR property.
Japanese Snowbell

Katsura Tree

Do your trees ADD or SUBTRACT from your property value?
Katsura Tree

Paperbark Maple

For proper care and feeding, hire ONLY a Certified Arborist.
Paperbark Maple

Tulip Poplar

This tree was planted by George Washington!
Tulip Poplar

Weeping Cherry

Better Treescape = Better Landscape
Weeping Cherry

Weeping Willow

We don't just cut trees, we help you care for them too!
Weeping Willow

Willow Oak

Healthy trees look better!
Willow Oak

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Good decisions make beautiful trees...

 

Ill-informed decisions have a lasting impact on a tree's health and appearance.

 

Trees and their roots are surprisingly fragile. Certified Arborists understand a tree's biology, and how it will be affected by pruning and landscaping activity. What to prune, where to prune, when to prune, how much to prune, and how much soil disturbance can be tolerated are critical things to know about your trees. Untrained workers can permanently damage your trees. If you want to keep your trees alive, healthy and beautiful for many years to come, hire ONLY a Certified Arborist* to work on them. If you hire someone who puts on a good act but doesn't REALLY know the biology of trees, it will likely cost you more money in future maintenance (or removal!) of the tree.

 

*International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Arborist Certification #SO-5403A