The #1 reason our clients remove a tree is to feel safe at home and in their yard. Whatever your reason is for removing a tree, we can help. We have experience removing trees in tight areas, trees that have fallen, and trees that are difficult to get to with limited access. No job is too big or too small for our experienced crew.

For the ultimate tree service company in or around Connecticut, call our team to handle it all. No matter if you’d like to thin out your tree, reduce its crown, prune its wild limbs, or just allow more light to shine through, our team is capable and ready. If you no longer have a tree but its pesky stump is still around, we can grind it down or completely remove it, no problem. Playgrounds can be made safer by having the surrounding trees maintained and cared for, so that no accidents happen in the future. If you need a tree service, and are looking for an honest estimate before committing, simply contact our team with pictures, measurements, and information on your tree service so that we can provide you with the most thorough and complete estimate. Let us be your tree care experts.

Stump Removal

After a tree is cut down, the part of the tree that remains above the ground is known as the stump. This can usually be an eyesore or can be in the way of a new driveway or future garden bed. Whatever the reason is that you want the stump gone, we can help.
Stump Excavating
Using an excavator, we can dig out the stump as well as the roots.


Pruning trees properly is important for a tree's health and safety. Our crew is knowledgeable in proper pruning techniques.
Tree Improvements
Dead limbing, thinning the tree's canopy, reducing or raising the crown of the tree, if done properly can improve the health of a tree and your landscape.

Tree Safety
There are many signs to look out for that let you know if a tree or limb may not be safe. Lack of leaves or a large hole in the tree or limb is a key indicator that a limb or tree is dead. Dead or broken limbs can easily break off during a storm. These should be removed before they break so that you, your family, and your possessions are safe.

Stump Grinding

Remove the stump by grinding it down to wood chips. The stump can be grinded-down below the surface at least 6 inches and can be leveled off with topsoil to make it look like it was never there.

Tree Planting

Trees increase our quality of life by bringing natural elements and wildlife habitats into urban settings. A tree uses - provide shade, wildlife habitat, provide windscreen, and prevent erosion.
No 2 trees are alike. Different species display an endless variety of shapes, forms, textures, and vibrant colors.
Trees are an important part of your landscape. They provide shade, ornamental value, food protection and a home for birds, and other animals. They help reduce the amount of storm water run off and erosion and they can make a great area to hang your hammock and relax.


There’s more to fertilization than throwing fertilizer on your soil and calling it a day. Depending on your lawn’s soil quality and local growing conditions, your trees will have different fertilization needs. Our specialists can set your trees up for success with all the nutrients it needs. We know what type of fertilizer your trees need, how much, and when and how often to apply it. Give us a call now, and we’ll assess all your property!

Storm Damage

Fallen tree? On your house? No Problem we can take care of it for you. We will work with you and your insurance company to make sure you can get your property taken care of promptly.

Damage to your property can occur at any time. Our goal is to help you prevent an accident before it happens. Let us take a look at the trees on your property to asses their risk. Most of the time risk can be reduced by simply pruning several branches or removing broken ones. We also provided cabling and bracing services, these techniques provide limbs/trees additional support that can prevent future damage.

Chip Drop

Request a chip drop and the next time we have a load of a clean chip in your area we can drop it off for free.

Cable and Bracing

Cables and brace rods are supplemental structural supports intended to reduce the risk of failure of a branch union and weak stems. If you have a tree you really like but it has a large limb that can cause damage if it breaks, but you don't want to remove the limb, then cabling the branch is recommended.

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