Associated Arborists provides residential and commercial tree services throughout Spokane County. Besides Spokane, other nearby towns that our crews serve include:

  • Spokane Valley
  • Liberty Lake
  • Airway Heights
  • Cheney
  • Deer Park
  • Medical Lake
  • Otis Orchards-East Farms
  • Millwood
  • Rockford
  • Spangle
  • Four Lakes
  • Latah
  • Fairwood
  • Fairfield
  • Country Homes

Comprehensive Tree Services

We do tree removal, trimming and pruning, stump grinding, arborist assessments, and apply treatments for plant health. Our team leaders are certified by the International Society of Arborists and our crew members continue to be trained in the latest practices. Behind every team on the ground is our management team, which brings three decades of experience as arborists in the Inland Northwest.

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Common Reasons To Hire An Arborist in Spokane, Washington

Here are the main requests we get for tree services in Greater Spokane:

  • Tree removal or trimming to resolve conflict with adjacent properties or a municipal agency
  • Assessing a tree that is having health issues and forming a plan to treat, prune or remove the tree
  • Emergency arborist services in response to falling trees or limbs from a storm
  • Vista pruning to improve views of Spokane Valley and the Selkirk Mountains, or to let in more sunlight
  • Establishing defensible space to protect against wildfire, by removing thick vegetation or the lower branches of trees

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Suggested Trees and Shrubs to Plant in Eastern Washington

Spokane sits in a unique geographic area, located between the desolate Columbia Basin and the green Palouse. The Cascades block some moisture from the Pacific Northwest, while the Rocky Mountains shelter the region from severe cold weather coming down from Canada.

Thus, the Spokane Valley has a relatively arid climate, averaging about 16 inches annually. The summer is the driest time and temperatures can swing up to 30˚ F. Native species are well-adapted to Spokane’s dry, rugged climate and soils. By planting species native to Eastern Washington, you’ll also be supporting birds and other creatures that depend on these plants for food and shelter.

Consider adding these native trees and shrubs to your landscape:

  • Ponderosa Pine
  • Doug Fir
  • Douglas-Hawthorn
  • Rocky Mountain Juniper
  • Elderberry
  • Sumac
  • Snowberry

Our experienced local arborists are available to provide further guidance on the best trees and shrubs for your landscape in Spokane.