ISA Certified Arborists
Trained in the diagnosis and treatment of disease and experienced in the techniques of tree maintenance, an arborist will visit your property for every evaluation and consult with you to determine the best program for your trees. By providing regular inspections of mature trees you can prevent or reduce the severity of future disease, insect, and environmental problems. Our arborists are certified by The International Society of Arborists (ISA), an organization that has served the tree care industry for over eighty years with scientific and educational advancements. We take pride in bringing that knowledge to our customers.
The Tree Care Industry Association is a 70 year-old public and professional resource on trees and arboriculture. As TCIA members, Forest Hills Tree Service recognizes stringent safety and performance standards for quality and safety. According to those standards we maintain trained, professional arborists on staff and are dedicated to ethics and quality in business practices.
Scientific Tree Care
We offer a wide range of technology based solutions to improve the overall health of your trees, including soil treatments, injections, fertilization and environmentally safe pest control. Forest Hills Tree Service protects the health, beauty, and value of one of the most important natural resources on Earth—your trees.
Safe Tree Maintenance
When trees are determined to be dead, significantly weakened by nature, or simply unsafe, you can trust the experience of our professionals to handle the job safely and properly. This may include removal, pruning, stump grinding, or cabling and bracing. With our cranes and their 144’ reach, we can remove your tree over most obstacles. By lifting the tree out of your yard instead of dragging it we can virtually eliminate damage to your lawn. Our knowledge of arboriculture, soil science, root systems, and pest management are respected and were developed over years of experience. The arborists at Forest Hills Tree Service LLC have been dedicated to improving tree care since 2005.