TOP-RATED TREE SERVICES IN COEUR D’ALENE, IDAHO

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Premium Arborist and Tree Services in Beautiful Coeur d’Alene

Besides CDA itself, Associated Arborists also serves the following communities in northern Idaho:

  • Post-Falls
  • Hayden
  • Dalton Gardens
  • Rathdrum
  • Wolf Lodge
  • Harrison
  • Spirit Lake
  • Kellogg

Comprehensive Arborist Solutions For Any Tree Issue

Our professional arborist crews are equipped to handle tree trimming, removal, and stump grinding jobs of any size, in addition to assessing vegetation around your home for health or safety issues.

We employ ISA-certified arborists to lead each of our crews, and our management team has three generations of experience in all aspects of tree service and care.

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Top Reasons We’re Hired for Tree Services in Coeur d’Alene

A few reasons why folks in Coeur d’Alene call us:

  • Tree or shrub removal to minimize conflicts with neighboring properties or to prevent root damage to buildings, streets, and driveways.
  • Trimming limbs and branches for better views of the lakes or mountains around Kootenai County.
  • Arborist inspection, assessment, and treatment plan for a tree suffering from disease, pests, drought, or old age.
  • 24/7 emergency tree service to clear a fallen tree or branches after a winter storm.
  • Creating defensible space for home wildfire protection by thinning vegetation and raising the tree canopy by removing lower branches.

To further explore each of our services, click the corresponding panel below

Based Locally in Greater Coeur d’Alene

Associated Arborists’ headquarters is now located in Hayden. From our main office there, we run our operations across four states in the Inland Northwest.

Living in the area allows us to bring our knowledge of the microclimates, local tree and shrub species, and terrain of the region to each tree service job we do in the Coeur d’Alene area. We’re glad to call northern Idaho our home and to offer our arborist services to the communities that we’re now a part of.