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Tree Service reviews in Lafayette

  • D
    Timberland Tree Care
    November, the start of the rainy season, is the worst possible time of year to prune plum trees, and a knowledgeable, ethical arborist would have advised to wait till after the rains to avoid the fungal pathogen that causes silver leaf disease. This company only cared about getting a contract, and provided no professional advice whatsoever as to what's healthy for trees. Hiring Timberland is merely hiring chain saw operators and wood chippers. After they hacked all the healthy lower branches off the Sycamores (not for horticultural need, but per their contract, they said), I prevented them from the inadvisable pruning of the plum tree, but they charged my landlord anyway.
    - Alexis K.
  • D
    M & M Tree Service
    They responded promptly and removed the tree in a professional manner. I paid them $5600 which included stump grinding. However, they have never come back to remove the stump. I have called, written etc. and get no help. I cannot have my deck rebuilt until the stump is ground. I am now out $600 which is the cost of the stump removal and will have to have another professional come and do the work..
    - Sanford S.
  • A
    AB Gardening Services
    We are now working with the next generation of managers--Colette and Todd. They treat the gardeners respectfully, as they well deserve. Some of their employees have worked for them for over ten years! I have observed many times: the company sets high standards, and, without exception, the men demonstrate true work ethic. Moreover, Colette has asked us for feedback after the big jobs (trimming the tall hedges by ladder, etc.), demonstrating their commitment to quality work. I have been able to plant and maintain colorful flowerbeds because this reliable company has kept the rest of the garden so neat.
    - Margo C.
  • A
    Green Lane Tree Services Inc
    Green Lane has been a pleasure to work with. Excellent communication. Concern with long-term health of the trees. Fully licensed and insured. The crew was prompt, polite, efficient, and good with clean-up. The work was done exactly as discussed at the initial meeting. I'll definitely use them again.
    - D S.
  • C
    Quality Tree Care
    A 50 foot tall live oak tree fell over on my property during the heavy rains of last winter. Fortunately, nothing was damaged except for the buckeye trees that it fell on, and the fallen tree blocked the trail to the valley below. My wife and I, and a friend with a chain saw, cut up as much of the tree as we felt that we could safely do. When we got to the point where the mass of the tree was supported on three or four load-bearing limbs, we knew that we had reached our limits as amateurs, and we called in the professionals.
    Joe of Quality Tree Care visited, and we talked about what I would like to have done: cut up the tree so that the branches high in the air were all on the ground, cut up the branches into fireplace-sized logs, and get the tree off the trail. Unfortunately, only the first of the three requirements made it into the contract. I naively assumed that "cutting up the tree" would include "into fireplace-sized logs" and "off the trail." As soon as all the wood was on the ground, the job was declared finished. I was left with huge logs on the ground, the trunk still encumbering the trail, and a lesson in contracts: imagine the absolute minimum amount of work required to satisfy the letter of the contract, and don't expect anything more.
    The way in which the workmen initially approached the task was somewhat disconcerting. They tied one end of what looked like a pretty small rope to the huge tree down the hill (trunk diameter approximately 4 feet), and the other end to the trailer hitch of an old Honda Accord at the top of the hill. I could only imagine that if the tree started to roll down the hill, either the rope would break or the car would be pulled down with the tree. I didn't feel that I was in a position to tell these men how to do their job, but when Joe appeared at the work site, it seemed that he questioned that arrangement as well.
    They started work around 3:00 pm on a Friday, and had not finished by quitting time. Their last words were, "See you Monday." Monday came and went with no one appearing and no phone call. The next Monday came and went with no one appearing and no phone call. On Wednesday I got a phone call, "See you on Friday." Four men appeared on Friday and cut up the remainder of the tree so that all the wood was on the ground.
    Cutting up a massive oak tree lying on the ground, with several load-bearing limbs, is a hazardous task best left to people who know what they are doing. I'm glad I didn't have to tackle that job myself, but I wish that all of the goals that Joe and I talked about had made it into the contract. 
  • A
    I have been using them for 15 years! They take care of my lawn like it’s their own and you don’t find that that often. They stay in good communication with me and let me know exactly what they have done.
    - Rochelle D.
  • A
    Traverso Tree Service, Inc
    We have always been very pleased with Traverso.  They are true professionals.  They give good estimates, don't
    try to oversell, do the work on time and to specifications, and clean up.  Nice people to deal with.
    - John G.
  • A
    Traverso Tree Service, Inc
    I always use them to take down trees or prune them. I call them once a year to come out for something. They are timely and come when they say they will come. It does take a long time to schedule an appointment so I have to schedule far in advance. Apparently they are a busy company. They did a good job and I have no complaints. They are fairly expensive.
    - Charles T.
  • A
    Jack's crew removed several giant branches that fell off of a tree during one of the early autumn wind storms, and pruned the tree of other branches that he deemed unstable. We've used Jack's Tree Service since the first tree on our property fell during a storm about 10 yrs ago, and Jack's was among the services suggested by the City of Lafayette. Jack is highly trained and we trust him to do the right thing for the health of our trees for a fair price.
    - Carolyn M.
  • A
    Bartlett Tree Experts - 101115
    I would hire them again.  They did quality work.  They were timely and they did it clean.  The only thing was that it took them a while to do the stumps because at that time the guy was out on vacation and when he came back, he had a backlog.  It wasn't an issue because he came and did it.
    - Brian H.
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