(410) 840-9623

FAQ

Do you give free estimates?
Yes, all estimates are free. We will meet with you to evaluate your trees and provide a written estimate. That is good for 30 days. After 30 days, we may need to re-evaluate, which is also free.
 
Did you move?
Yes. After 15 years along 140 by 7-Eleven, we have moved to our new location at 961 Leisters Church Rd.
 
Are we licensed and insured?
Yes. Pat is a MD.Licensed Tree Expert, ISA Certified Arborist & a MD. licensed pesticide applicator, you can view the licenses on our About Us page
 
If you would like proof of insurance, call our office or email us. We will request a certificate of insurance for you. Our insurance company will send it directly to you by email, fax or mail the same day it is requested. Requests made after hours, will receive the next business day.
 
What forms of payment do we accept?
We take checks, Visa, Mastercard, American Express & paypal payments can be made through our website by hitting the “make a payment” tab at the bottom of our home page.
 
When is payment due?
Payment can be made the day of service, and can be given to any of our crew members.
Our terms are 30 days from the date of completion, we will send you an invoice in the mail.
Deposits are not required (a deposit may be requested for larger jobs, this will be determined by Pat)
We do not accept payments (unless Pat authorizes a payment plan prior to the work being completed)
 
What are your hours?
Our office is open Monday – Friday 8am – 4pm
Our crews hours vary and work occasionally on Saturdays
 
What if you have an emergency after hours or on the weekends?
Call our office our voicemail is monitored closely, especially during storms. You can also email us anytime.
 
Are you hiring?
We are always interested in an experienced climber, with a valid CDL. Call our office and speak with Pat for more information.

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Thank you for the wonderful job on pruning our trees.
They escaped any damage from Wednesday's snow storm as a result.
The trees look great and should be beautiful this spring and summer.

R.S. (Annapolis)