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NW TREE CARE
Free Estimate Call: 503-472-0141
24 HR Emergency Service Call: 971-241-2471
Welcome to North West Tree Care
If you’re looking for high quality and professional tree services, you’ve come to the right place. At NW Tree Care we’ll give you the attention and personal service you’ll come to expect and enjoy. We offer the best in tree care services. NW Tree Care is a third generation, professional, arborist company with over 73 years of combined experience in professional tree care. We have highly trained arborists; let us put our experience to work for you!
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•We accept all major credit cards.

•Checks are to be made payable to: NW Tree Care.

• Payment is due in full upon job completion.

                                 is a time for ice, snow, wind and rain in the Northwest. 
Rain can cause the soil to become overly saturated and the root-ball of trees 
can become unstable, with or without the aid of wind, trees can split out or entirely fall. Snow and ice can expand in cracks and crevices in trees causing broken limbs/ branches, sections to split out and can even topple an entire tree! Pruning your tree(s) on a regular basis can make it better able to withstand the extra weight of snow and or ice. Branches can be thinned to reduce their surface area and wind resistance. Pruning and thinning can help to reduce damage done to trees caused during the winter season. NW Tree Care responds quickly to storm/emergency work and provides professional experienced arborists to handle the cleanup process. Our arborists also take extra precautions to ensure that minimal or no extra damage is caused by the cleanup process. When storm damage has been done NW Tree Care can take before and after photos of the damage for customers if necessary and if requested beforehand for insurance purposes.

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