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Mesa Urban Tree Specialists

Browse these urban tree specialists with great ratings from Thumbtack customers in Mesa.

  • 4 years in business
  • 178 hires on Thumbtack
Mark M.
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raul was prompt and very good about my tree problem with HOA. I highly recommend him.

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Numero Uno Tree and Palms
4.9
from 110 reviews
  • 6 years in business
  • 130 hires on Thumbtack
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Christine L.
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I would hire Numero Uno again to trim my large Mesquite tree that required 4 hours work. I would hire him and crew again for any other trees that might need attention in the future. Chris Martinez was very prompt in replying to my email request for a tree trimming specialist. He answered all my questions regarding the tree's health and he went out the same morning to inspect the tree and then call me back with his estimate. He was willing to schedule the tree trimming on a Sunday. They did a great job cleaning up and he has the capability to take a Credit Card for payment and provide an invoice to the customer. I recommend this service highly.

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  • 3 years in business
  • 15 hires on Thumbtack
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Han L.
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Dalton knows his stuff!!! I had another tree remover company saying they can't do it without a lifter. However Dalton knows how to do it! He just climbed up my 32ft tree which is by the way very close to my home structure and he did it without damaging a single thing ! All by himself and another help removing branches that's already fall off.

Ascending Tree Care
4.7
from 10 reviews
  • 8 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Ric C.
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Ascending Tree Care is competitive in pricing & didn’t incessantly try to “up sell” additional tree care but was very knowledgeable & gave me great info on other trees in the yard. The tree care specialist was hardworking and cleaned up every leave and branch after trimming the trees exactly as I had requested. Ascending Tree Care is now my go to for quality, professional service for a fair price. So you know, I’m not associated with ATC or its owners or employees in any way. I had 4 tree services give estimates and choose ACT. I recommend ACT without hesitation.

Tree Care Plus, Inc.
2.7
from 3 reviews
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    Healthy Trees, Inc.
    4.0
    from 1 review
    • 1 hire on Thumbtack
    Alex H.
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    So far my experience with Healthy Trees has been good. I'd give them 3.5 stars (rounded up to 4 here), though, mainly because what they've recommended and done has helped. For knowledge I'd give them a 5: Kelly (the arborist) was able to diagnose what might be going with my tree, explain a course of services to nurse it back to health, and provide recommendations of things I should do myself to assist in the healing process. For pricing I'd give them a 3: I don't have experience using other arborists or tree specialists, but I think the initial consultation and treatments have been competitive. For communication and follow-up I'd give them a 2: On several occasions it's taken multiple texts or email and days of waiting to get a response (from Kelly). Steve (the owner) has been more responsive, at times initiating or facilitating the follow-ups that I've requested, and even answering the phone at late hours when I expected voicemail. Overall, I've been satisfied with the service I've received.

    Urban Tree Experts

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      At Urban Tree Experts we strive to provide the best possible care for your trees. With certified arborists on staff, we always make sure your trees are properly maintained. Customer satisfaction is one of our top priorities.

      • 2 years in business
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