Lakewood Tree Pruning and Removal Services

Since 1978, Lakewood residents have come to count on Ross Tree Company for providing professional tree pruning and removal services. Ross Tree’s International Society of Arboriculture Certified Arborists are trained in the science and art of pruning. The “science” is knowing plant physiology. The “art” is knowing each tree’s unique growing patterns and pruning to make it the most beautiful. By removing damaged, weak, or dead limbs, the tree’s long-term health and structure is improved. But, if a tree is beyond saving, Ross Tree Company has the staff, equipment, and expertise to remove the smallest or largest trees found in Lakewood. We offer free estimates based upon a site visit. For a free estimate of our tree pruning and trimming services, click here to fill out a request service form or call 303-871-9121 to discuss your options with Ross Tree.

Trees in Lakewood

The City of Lakewood is serious about its trees. With over 6,000 trees in its parks and 33,000 trees lining the City’s streets, Lakewood has been a Tree City USA since 1983. For homeowners in Lakewood looking for information, The City Forestry website has tips on tree care, Emerald Ash Borer, and a Memorial Tree program. Or, for personalized tree advice, call Ross Tree. We’re licensed to offer tree services in Lakewood.

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Large Tree Service Job Handbook

Ross Tree Company is known across Denver for pruning and removing trees in tight places. It takes specialized skills and equipment to complete difficult tree service jobs near a home, garage, and fence structures. If the work happens to be near a busy street, then a...

Fire Blight Handbook

The Denver Post reported on November 2018 that Fire Blight is on the move across the Front Range. Click here to read the article. Fire Blight is a bacterial disease that affects certain tree species in the rose family, including apples, pears, and crabapples. The...

Emerald Ash Borer Handbook

The Ross Tree Company created an Emerald Ash Borer Handbook to assist homeowners decide what to do with the Ash trees on their property. The Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is in the news because this tree insect kills Ash trees. There are over a million Ash trees in the...

Emerald Ash Borer on the Move in Broomfield and Westminster

The Ash destroying Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) has been found both in Broomfield and Westminster for the first time since a quarantine zone was set up in 2013 in Boulder County after the EAB was found near the University of Colorado campus. The quarantine zone included...

Tree Pruning and Removal in Tight Places

Ross Tree Company is an experienced special care tree services company. We can prune and remove trees in tight places. We have the expertise and equipment to take on the toughest tree trimming or removal jobs. A tree might be next to a neighbor’s home or leaning...

Honeylocust Tree Care

Honeylocusts are a popular tree in Denver and the Front Range. However, dry winters, hail damage, late spring freezes, and insect infestations are causing noticeable damage. For example, thinner canopies, branch dieback, and less leafing-out are evidence that...

Sometimes it is Best to Leave it to the Professionals

Large Tree Service Ross Tree Company is your go-to company for tree service next to busy streets. It can be a stressful process, involving permits, large equipment, street closures, and scheduling of crews. Therefore, it’s best to leave it to the professionals. Rest...

Common Poplar & Cottonwood Tree Issues

Poplars, Cottonwoods and Aspens are all members of the Populus genus and have many characteristics that make them a desirable feature in homeowners’ yards. These attractive trees have triangular leaves with long stems and silvery backsides that shimmer or quake in the...

Silver Poplar Tree Care

I moved to Denver in the 1980s from the south, and there were two distinct things to this region that I noticed almost immediately - magpies and Silver Poplars. Magpies are one of the most intelligent animals on the planet. These birds can recognize themselves in...

Controlling Elm Leaf Beetles

Short winters and warm springs can lead to Elm Leaf Beetle infestations. Insecticide products successfully control the Elm Leaf Beetle and its larvae. Ross Tree Company has three Colorado Department of Agriculture licensed Qualified Supervisors (QS) to handle...

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