Preservation Tree is dedicated to providing progressive and sustainable solutions to tree and land management issues. Our team of certified arborists are 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. We service South Eastern Pennsylvania and Northern Delaware.

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.

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Tree Care & Land Management Services

  • Tree & Plant Health Care
  • Tree Pruning
  • Tree Removals
  • Integrated Pest Management
  • Installation, Planting & Design
  • Cabling, Bracing and Lightning Protection
  • 24 Hour Storm Damage
  • Tree Preservation during construction
  • Tree Pruning / Root Pruning
  • Community Tree Management
  • Consulting Services
  • Soil Remediation
  • Natural Lands Restoration

The job went very well. Another contractor had expressed some anxiety about the difficulty of the job, given that the two large trees to be removed were in the backyard, near power lines, and inaccessible by truck. But when Mike Dunn came out to give us an estimate, he explained that their company isn’t ‘bucket-truck-dependent’ like other firms. He said, confidently, ‘All our guys are climbers’. Preservation Tree’s estimate was higher than the other company, but they seemed more at home with this kind of job. Plus, I like what Mike and his company seem to stand for, and I wanted to ‘vote with my wallet.’

When the big day arrived, they arrived on time and got right to work. They brought down each of the big trees one section at a time, with minimal damage to the landscape below. They took care to protect paving stones and wood planter edges, by lining them with the first large branches they brought down to absorb the impact of the trunk sections as they fell. They cleaned everything up at the end, and even cut the oak into short pieces so I could split it up for firewood.

D. PalmerLafayette Hill, PA