Wheat Ridge Tree Pruning & Removal
We Worry About Your Trees So You Don’t Have To
Custom tree pruning and trimming
No stump is too big or too small
Prescription-based tree health care services
Any size and any type
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Wheat Ridge Tree Service Company
Wheat Ridge Tree Services
DLC Arbor is a prescription-based Wheat Ridge tree service. Our certified arborist visits a Wheat Ridge property to diagnose any tree structure or health problems. The DLC arborist’s diagnosis generates a quotation for tree service work. We do not propose any unnecessary tree service programs beyond our arborist’s diagnosis. The tree service work starts upon property owner approval. DLC Arbor is an A+ BBB accredited tree service business and endorsed by Team Dave Logan. For an appointment, please fill out a service request form at the bottom of this page or give us a call at 303-378-8000.
Wheat Ridge Urban Forest
Wheat Ridge is a charming mix of new and old neighborhoods. Farmers and miners settled the town way back in the 1840s. Since then, residents planted trees that turned into Wheat Ridge’s urban forest. The City of Wheat Ridge embraces its trees. Click here to find the City’s latest tree programs and Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) update.
Prescription Tree Services
Wheat Ridge Tree Removal Service
Some trees are not suitable for the Front Range. For example, Russian Olive and Silver Poplar become overgrown and invasive. Call DLC Arbor for removal. Our tree service team arrives at your home in company uniforms with a bucket/chipper truck. The work crew cuts down the tree and shreds all of its branches. We then rake the yard clean and haul away all tree debris.
Treat Your Ash Trees Now
The EAB broke out of its Boulder quarantine and is on the move. Wheat Ridge recommends that homeowners treat their high-value mature Ash trees this year. Prevention is the best approach because, by the time the jewel insect makes its presence known, it is too late to save the tree. For a budget-friendly option, DLC Arbor treats ash trees for the EAB, lilac borers, and other ash tree pests.