Jackson Tree Service is a family-owned company that provides a range of both residential and commercial tree care services in the Maryland Heights, Missouri, area. Founded in 1960 and led by three generations of the Jackson family, Jackson Tree Service is one of the longest-serving companies of its kind in the community. As a hardworking group of tree care professionals, we arrive at work each day committed to preserving the company’s legacy as one that always provides quality work at affordable prices. Our customers choose us because we are an established local business with an excellent reputation that has the flexibility to take on projects big and small.
The services that we provide to residents of Maryland Heights, MO, and other west-central suburbs of St. Louis include:
- Tree trimming – Trimming a tree periodically can extend its life and help to protect your home from damage caused by falling limbs.
- Tree removal – We typically recommend this tree service when a tree is dead and likely to fall over, or when a growing tree is interfering with a sidewalk, driveway, foundation, or underground pipe.
- Deadwooding – This tree service can be utilized to improve the health of a tree, make it prettier to look at, and ward off disease.
- Stump removal – Because it can take decades for a stump to fully decompose, stump removal using specialized machinery is often necessary after a tree has been removed. After eliminating a stump, we level out the area and ready it for planting.
- Bush and brush removal – Our experienced crew can remove all unwanted yard debris that results from a storm, tree trimming, or tree removal.
- Tree fertilization – We liken this tree service to a human regularly taking vitamins. Many trees require periodic fertilization to replenish both macro- and micro-nutrients that they may not naturally be receiving.
Contact Jackson Tree Service today to receive a complimentary estimate for any of the above tree care services in Maryland Heights, MO, or other nearby community. You can trust us to do what is best for your trees.