About our company
Excellence and professionalism
At Colonial Tree Service, we strive for excellence in all we do. We have a system that makes doing business with us incredibly easy, keeping you well-informed throughout the process, for a truly exceptional experience.
Our crews are professional in appearance and conduct, and our team remains up-to-date with arboricultural best practices through continuing education, trade conferences, and active memberships with the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA), the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA), the Wisconsin Arborist Association (WAA), and the Society of Commercial Arboriculture (SCA).
Licensed and insured
Our team of professional arborists have the qualifications and experience to properly manage your trees, ensuring the best return on your investment. Colonial Tree Service is a licensed nursery reseller. Our team maintains the following credentials: ISA Certified Arborist, Tree Risk Assessment Qualified (TRAQ), Electrical Hazards Awareness Program (EHAP), Certified Treecare Safety Professional (CTSP), Licensed Pesticide Applicator, and First-Aid, CPR-AED Certified.
Naturally, we carry liability, workman's compensation. We're happy to provide a certificate of insurance; just contact our office.
It's never been easier to work with a professional tree care company. When you partner with Colonial Tree Service, our Certified Arborists will meet with you, assess the trees on your property, and provide you with a recommendation for appropriate services to properly care for and manage your trees.
We understand your goals and budget are unique to you and your property. We listen to your concerns, answer your questions, and provide you with personalized solutions.
ar·bor·ist | \ ˈär-bə-rist
A specialist in the cultivation and care of trees and shrubs, including tree surgery, the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of tree diseases, and control of pests.
ur·ban for·est | \ ˈər-bən 'fȯr-əst
A collection of trees that grow within a city, town or a suburb. Urban forests play an important role in ecology of human habitats in many ways: they filter air, water, sunlight, provide shelter to animals and recreational area for people. They moderate local climate, slowing wind and storm water, and shading homes and businesses to conserve energy.