We all live within the urban forest: trees where people are. Our health and well-being are dependent on the vitality or our urban forest home. We are trained to assess the health and structural condition of your trees and shrubs, and our teams of ISA certified arborists will care for our piece of the urban forest using the most current industry standards. Trust your trees to the professionals at Seattle Tree Preservation, Inc. Serving the Seattle area, we have been caring for our clients'.. trees since our inception in 1987. We have the resources and experience necessary to perform a wide variety of services, including: Pruning, Tree surgery, Removal, Stump grinding. Seattle Tree Preservation, Inc. is a locally owned company committed to safe work places. We are licensed, bonded and insured and are members of the TCIA Voice of Tree Care and the International Society of Arboricultor. We also have the Super Service Award from Angies List. Give your trees the high-quality care they deserve with the help of the experts at Seattle Tree Preservation, Inc. Give us a call today to find out more and to receive your estimate.VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
We hired STP to perform tree pruning after receiving a low estimate. Well, it was too good to be true. Their crew did a competent, but incomplete job. They performed *half* of the scope of work they agreed to in the contract, and demanded immediate payment in full at the top of their estimate range. We requested that John review the project to estimate what was necessary to correct and complete the work, he threatened us with a lawsuit and terminated the relationship. Face-to-face, John was belligerent, angry, insulting, screaming, threatening, bullying, and all around unprofessional. He admitted that he had made a mistake in the contract, but insisted that we pay for almost 80% of the price although just half the work was done. DO NOT HIRE SEATTLE TREE PRESERVATION -- their work is incomplete and incorrect, and their tactics for seeking payment are completely unprofessional.
Posted: 10/03/2008 • Link to this review