Preservation Tree is dedicated to providing progressive and sustainable solutions to tree care and land management issues. Our team of certified arborists is highly skilled in the art and science of tree care. From the care of a single specimen to the management of forest lots we have programs to fit any need. Located in West Chester, PA, we provide tree service to Chester County in Southeastern Pennsylvania and Northern Delaware.
Preservation Tree is proud to be a division of Bartlett Tree Experts. With this change, we now have the backing of an international tree care company and tree research laboratory to help continue providing excellent tree and shrub care. Please continue to contact us as usual by calling 610-235-6691 or using the form on our website to request a free consultation.
We are passionate about taking care of your trees in a scientific manner using sustainable techniques that are minimally invasive to your property and the environment. Our passion is trees and the people that love them. We currently employ two International Society of Arboriculture Arborists, who not only oversee, but also work with the field crews on a daily basis.
Tree Care & Land Management Services
- Tree & Plant Health Care
- Tree Pruning
- Tree Removal
- Integrated Pest Management
- Installation, Planting & Design
- Cabling, Bracing and Lightning Protection
- 24 Hour Emergency Storm Damage
- Tree Preservation during construction
- Root Pruning
- Community Tree Management
- Consulting Services
- Soil Remediation
- Natural Lands Restoration
A tree in very close proximity to our home was severely damaged in the February 2014 ice storm. We hired Preservation Tree, and were highly impressed with the level of technical skill and professionalism exhibited in safely removing this tree. It is something that is hard to truly appreciate until you see them in action.
It was a scary feeling knowing that this tree could have fallen at any moment and caused serious damage to our house, or worse. It sounds cliche, but I will sleep well knowing that it is no longer looming above our heads. We are already planning to have them back out to evaluate the health of our other trees in an effort to help better protect us in the future.