Professional Tree Services in Frontenac County

Fully insured Arborists providing quality tree removal, pruning and solutions for the cottage and home owner
PASSION - SERVICE - SAFETY

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Our passionate and capable staff of Arborists are committed to continuous personal growth and development.  We learn through regular training to ensure that we are on the cutting edge of industry knowledge, techniques and equipment.

We maintain the safety standards of the Ontario Health and Safety Act and the Ministry of Workplace Safety.
With an ongoing commitment to the safety of our customers and team we are proud to serve our community.

Fully insured with liability insurance up to $2,000,000 and can extend if needed.

F.A.Q


What areas do you service?

We are based on Eagle Lake, Ontario in Frontenac County North of Kingston.
We work from Kingston to Perth and everywhere in-between.
Our focus and passion is to work closely within our community.
If you're not sure, call or email and we will gladly discuss your location and needs.

Who is responsible for Hydro Line issues?

It Depends - 
Most people don't know that property owners are responsible for the maintenance and a clear path for secondary power lines on their property from the transformer point.
Only service to the transformer is maintained by Hydro One (usually from the road to the first pole on your property)
Please review this link to review land owner obligations from our local Hydro company.
hydro link
Therefore, if a tree on your property disrupts your power, you may bear the cost of repair.
We can help with preventative maintenance and ensure continued power service..

Please call us for a free consultation.

Is Tree Removal Dangerous?

YES!
Tree maintenance and removal is more dangerous than it looks!
Trees are unpredictable, unique and dangerous!
The Arborist field is one of the Top 10 most dangerous jobs in North America.
Tree failures, lack of training, faulty and dangerous equipment are just a few hazards that have a deadly effect.
Leave it to the professionals.
There are thousands of videos on YouTube with amateurs being injured or worse taking down their own trees.

Be safe.
Please do not attempt this yourself!

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  • Tichborne, Ontario, Canada