Tree Climbers wants to help you nurture your trees and shrubs. Whether you have a stately oak shading a small backyard in need of pruning or a grove of ash needing aerating, we can help.
Unlike wrecked cars or broken refrigerators, trees are not easily replaced, so we take every precaution to protect them. We have certified tree climbers where bucket access is not possible, and we never use spikes except for removals because the wounds they create can spread disease and maybe even kill your tree. We follow American National Standards Institute (ANSI) best practices for pruning and safety as well as locating underground lines before stump grinding.
Tree Climbers has the right equipment for every job regardless of size and takes pride in leaving the site exactly as you want. Our equipment includes loaders and log trucks, chippers and chip trucks, grinders, bucket trucks as well as an Air Spade for aeration and decompaction. We feature a 75 foot rear mount bucket truck, a lighter weight vehicle that causes less yard damage while providing greater reach which is especially important qualities in residential areas. Our various certifications and accreditations ensure you receive best practices quality care and the highest safety standards for both trees and workers with our workers also protected by Workman’s Compensation Insurance. Those certifications demand the ethical business practices that define our business. Our uniformed specialists provide written estimates and transparency so you understand the services you want or need and their cost.
No job is too small or too large. We can protect the monarch of your forest from lightning or prune roots from trees near prospective building sites to preserve their health. We can help apartment complexes preserve their green spaces, and we only apply soil or pesticide treatments when needed. Give us a call because we can help you find the best possible service at a fair right price.
“I have loved trees ever since I was young but unfortunately didn’t always know how to best take care of them. After watching a hackberry decline when I was young in the backyard after improper pruning. I decided I wanted to learn to take care of trees the right way.”
– Jeremy Williams, owner.