The tree doctor is in
Experienced and professional ISA Certified Arborists who are here to help.
Trees and shrubs make up a large and important part of our landscape and keeping them healthy is essential for their immense range of energy, economic, health and environmental benefits. They are living just like us, and the healthier they are better equips them to be able to defend themselves against insects and diseases.
We offer a wide variety of services for your outdoor green space - from insect and disease management to fertilization and tree trimming to tree removal. Tree work should only be done by those trained, properly equipped and have the experience to tell you whether your tree is sick or healthy, dangerous or safe. Our staff includes many highly trained ISA Certified Arborists that can assist you with the health and safety of your trees, shrubs and plants.
For over 30 years, we have provided families, municipalities and corporations with the highest quality tree care in the industry. Don't just take our word for it, read our customer reviews.
ISA Certified Arborists
ISA credentials let consumers know that our arborists are qualified and possess a high degree of knowledge about caring for and maintaining your trees and shrubs. They are trained and knowledgeable in all aspects of arboriculture. Hiring a certified arborist is a decision that should not be taken lightly. Have your trees and shrubs maintained by a reputable company that cares about them, and can work safely on them.
TCIA Accredited since 2006
Trust your home to the best when you hire an accredited tree care company. Accredited companies must adhere to a checklist of items that includes ethical business practices, customer satisfaction, employee training and compliance with federal/state regulations. They have the knowledge, training and equipment necessary to handle all of your property’s tree care needs.
serving Macomb, Oakland and Wayne County
Help stop the spread of oak wilt.
Oak wilt is an exotic, invasive and lethal disease of oak trees. It creeps from the top down, blocking the tree’s vascular system (tubing used to collect food and water), dropping leaves either entirely green or green and brown with a distinct line dividing the dead and living tissue. The first line of defense is to not injure or prune oak trees in the prime time of oak wilt transmission, April – July. It is okay to prune when oak trees are dormant, often November through March. Read More