Tree Care Services
We are certified tree service professionals and experts in the tree care industry. We are members of the American Society of Consulting Arborists and the International Society of Arboriculture, serving businesses, homeowners, and property management companies throughout the Seacoast and Lakes Region.
We have the equipment to service trees of any size and always adhere to the strictest safety regulations. Our team of arborists will take care of your trees to make sure they are thriving for years to come.
We’d rather plant trees than cut them down, but there are times when tree removal is necessary. Failing, dying, and dead trees are unsafe and could damage your property. If you notice a declining or downed tree on your property, give us a call on the NH Seacoast and Southern Maine at (207) 439-2241 or the NH Lakes Region at (603) 569-6424.
Cable & Bracing
Tree limb fail but sometimes a tree just needs a little support to avoid damaging your property or someone else’s. Our tree service professionals use cables and bracing rods to protect a tree’s structural integrity. Our team of certified arborists will assess your tree’s condition to develop a plan to redistribute structural stress, or work with you to discuss the price of the tree removal depending on the size, age, and location of the tree on your property.
Routine, professional tree pruning service is one of the best ways to ensure the health, beauty, and safety of the trees in your landscape. What we refer to as proper tree pruning surgeon (the job is that delicate!) understand how to improve branch structure and appearance by removing dead, damaged, and weak limbs. Pruning increases air circulation, sun exposure, and water penetration, which benefits not just your trees, but the surrounding landscape as well.
Storm Clean Up
Tree damage caused by high winds, snow storms, ice storms, and rain storms is common in New England. In the event of an emergency, we will provide prompt tree removal and storm damage clean up services to business and residents throughout the Seasoast and Lakes Region. Remember, the best way to prevent tree damage is to proactively remove trees that are dying, dead, or have failing limbs. Contact us today.