You can stop looking for tree services in Waterbury, CT. Apache Tree Service is available for all your tree care needs. We have been servicing Waterbury and the surrounding towns, cities, and villages since 2013.
Our arborists are well-trained. They know trees and can offer you expert advice on their care. Apache Tree Service is HomeAdvisor screened and Green certified for these purposes.
It is our goal to provide you with excellent service and competitive pricing. Feel free to discuss all your tree service concerns with our professionals.
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Taking care of your trees is a serious task. It shouldn’t be taken lightly, as poorly placed limbs and sick trees can cause substantial damage to your property and the structures on it. Our experts can help you determine which steps are best.
Tree Trimming: Trimming low hanging, or dead limbs, is a good first step. Sick limbs should be taken off as well to promote healthy new growth.
Tree Removal: Sadly, we cannot save every tree. However, we can provide you with expert removal of trees that are detrimental to your property.
30 Yard Dumpster Service: Home remodeling, tree care, storm clean ups, and other such endeavors often create significant debris. Our dumpsters can help you get that rubbish off your property.
Neighborhoods & Service Areas in Waterbury, CT
Waterbury has been known as the Brass City and is located on the Naugatuck River. Waterbury is a very large city. Although, its original fame revolved around brass, it is equally well known for the manufacturing of clocks and watches.
Apache Tree Service offers tree health care services to the entire city of Waterbury, and the surrounding areas. We specifically meet the tree care needs of those in the following areas of the city:
Bunker Hill: Bunker Hills keeps its own identity even in the midst of Waterbury. It has its own parks, schools, commercial centers, and activities.
North End: North End is one of Waterbury’s oldest neighborhoods. It is a self-sustaining area that has its own schools and commercial facilities too. It is heavily populated by Italian residents.
Hillside: Hillside is the historic district. It includes 106 acres. The architectural styles included within its limits are representative of late 19th century and early 20th century works. The two most notable places within it are: Wilby High School and the Benedict-Miller House.
Waterville: Waterville used to be called Pine Hole. There are two parks within its boundary. It includes nearly a quarter of the entire population of Waterbury.
Free Estimates in Waterbury, CT
Waterbury’s size means that there are a number of other neighborhoods we did not list in our servicing area. However, we are prepared to meet the tree care needs of the entire city, no matter where you reside within it.
Contact us today to schedule your free, no-obligation estimate. We can be reached by phone or through our online form. Our arborists look forward to meeting your tree care needs in the very near future.