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Professional Tree Service Halifax Nova Scotia

Tree Works Ltd. is a professional tree service company based in Halifax, Nova Scotia specializing in arboricultural assessment, consultation, and maintenance. Please take a few moments to browse our site. It’s full of useful information for both residential and commercial property owners alike interested in learning more about the care of one of their most valuable assets. Since it’s founding in 1989, Tree Works Ltd. has steadily grown into one of the premier tree service companies in our region. Over the years we have developed a reputation for excellence in professional tree care, expert pruning, and difficult tree removal.


ISA Certified Arborists.

Our certified staff are extensively trained in equipment operation and strictly adhere to the highest industry standards for occupational health and safety protocol.

Services

"I hired Tree Works to remove a 30’ maple tree  which was no more than 4’ from my house and to assess and trim another large elm which was encroaching on my and my neighbours homes. Mr. Talbot was fast to respond and to complete the work.  The workers were very obliging, worked safely and quickly and did an excellent job of cleaning up. I was very pleased with every aspect of the job and would highly recommend Tree Works to anyone requiring similar services."

"I had a large tree fall onto my roof and house after one of our Nor’easters’ blew through last Tuesday night. I contacted Clarence of Tree Works on Wednesday morning about my problem and Clarence was able to drop over “that” day and access my problem. Clarence then had his crew start the removal that afternoon but because the weight of tree was resting on my roof, they need to come back on Thursday morning with some additional equipment and complete the job. When I arrived home on Thursday after work, the tree was removed along with all the branches and wood. The clean-up was amazing. I was incredibly impressed with Clarence and his employees. How often do you contact someone today and they are able to come over on the day you contact them and start the job that day, “Amazing”. I would have no problem recommending Tree Works to anyone that I hear that needs an Arborist. Fabulous job. Thanks again."

"I would like to take this opportunity to tell you how very pleased we are with the work your crew has done to limb and thin several large trees in our backyard. The crew was obviously very knowledgeable, and were very helpful in making suggestions for how to increase the sunlight in the backyard, without compromising the privacy screen which our trees provide. In addition, we were very impressed with the thoroughness of the cleanup afterwards..."

H. Hall - Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

"Thanks for a great job. The men were very pleasant and obviously very skilled. I will highly recommend your company to my friends in the future."

 

H. Sapp - Halifax, Nova Scotia

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why Should I Hire An Arborist?

    An arborist is a specialist in the care of individual trees. Arborists are knowledgeable about the needs of trees and are trained and equipped to provide proper care. Hiring an arborist is a decision that should not be taken lightly. Proper tree care is an investment that can lead to substantial returns. Well-cared-for trees are attractive and can add considerable value to your property. Poorly maintained trees can be a significant liability. Pruning or removing trees, especially large trees, can be dangerous work. Tree work should be done only by those trained and equipped to work safely in trees.

  • Does ``Topping`` Hurt Trees?

    Topping is perhaps the most harmful tree pruning practice known. Yet, despite more than 25 years of literature and seminars explaining its harmful effects, topping remains a common practice.

  • How Do I Avoid Utility Conflicts?

    Determining where to plant a tree is a decision that should not be taken lightly. Many factors should be considered prior to planting. When planning what type of tree to plant, remember to look up and look down to determine where the tree will be located in relation to overhead and underground utility lines.

  • What Is The Best Way To Plant A Tree?

    Think of the tree you just purchased as a lifetime investment. How well your tree, and investment, grows depends on the type of tree and location you select for planting, the care you provide when the tree is planted, and follow-up care the tree receives after planting.

Questions? E-mail or call us today!