CERTIFIED ARBORISTS IN GRAND JUNCTION, COLORADO SINCE 2010
WELCOME TO T4 TREE SERVICES
Since 2010, the Certified Arborists at T4 Tree Services have provided the Grand Junction community with professional, safe and reliable tree and plant health services. We are a family-owned and operated company that is dedicated to providing our clients with sustainable and reliable results. Our workers are fully insured and are backed by years of education, experience and certifications.
WHO WE ARE
CERTIFIED AND ACCREDITED
- 1 ISA Board Certified Master Arborist (click)
- 3 ISA Certified Arborist (click)
- 1 ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualified Professional (click)
- 1 TCIA Certified Treecare Safety Professional (click)
- ONLY TCIA Accredited Tree Care company on Western Slope (click)
- CDA Licensed Chemical Applicator (click)
MEET OUR TEAM
Board Certified Master Arborist (ISA): RM-7025B
Tree Risk Assessment Qualification (ISA)
Certified Treecare Safety Professional (TCIA): 02184
Qualified Supervisor (CDA)
Certified Arborist (ISA): RM-0186A
Certified Arborist Municipal Specialist (ISA): RM-0186A
Former Grand Junction City Forester
Certified Arborist (ISA): RM-8111A
Certified Arborist (ISA): RM-7908A
Certified Operator (CDA)
PLANT HEALTH CARE:
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) part A300 sets forth guidelines for proper tree pruning and trimming. T4 Tree Service adheres to all these standards.
When pruning or trimming young trees, it's important to consider the structure they will have at maturity. Trees can take decades to mature in Grand Junction and the surrounding Western Slope area, but it takes only one instance of improper pruning or trimming by someone unqualified in the care of trees to cause irreversible damage. T4 Tree Service uses the most current industry standards to properly prune or trim the trees that mean so much to you.
Our T4 Tree Service experts carefully bring trees to the ground safely, using removal techniques that are tried and true. No job is too big or too
difficult for our experienced crew members.
Once your tree is safely on the ground, you can be assured it gets mulched and hauled away. We pride ourselves on cleaning up after the job so you’ll be left with no mess and no headaches.
After a tree is removed, we treat the stump to prevent any re-sprouting that often occurs with a well-developed root system. Some of our clients incorporate the stump into their landscape as a planter or stand for flower pots.
Should you want the stump removed, we’ll grind it out. From stubborn small shrub roots to massive mulberry roots, we are equipped for the task. And because cleanup is important to us at T4 Tree Service, when the grinding is finished, you’ll be left only with a mixture of soil and mulch where the stump used to be.
Do you have a tree in danger of splitting? In certain instances, it is recommended that a tree be cabled or braced. Typically, a tree is cabled or braced to reduce the risk of falling, especially if it could strike people or property. Using the best techniques and technology, T4 Tree Service will help secure your tree to encourage a long and healthy life.
High winds, lightning, tornadoes, ice storms, and drought: our trees get the brunt of them all. When nature strikes, our trees can be twisted, snap, break or be uprooted. Don’t put yourself in a dangerous spot by trying to remove damaged limbs on your own. Call the experts at T4 Tree Service for emergency tree service in the Western Slope. We have the expertise and the equipment to make short and safe work of
PLANT HEALTH CARE:
Because not all the trees we see here in the Western Slope are all native, some were brought from different parts of the world. Along with the trees come their ailments and insects.
Our expert Arborists inspect your trees for the diseases and pests that can damage or even kill your trees. If necessary, we will apply the most advanced and effective treatment methods appropriate to your tree’s specific needs. T4 Tree Service is committed to keeping your trees healthy. Don’t let elm leaf beetles, aphids or scale destroy your trees.
The Western Slope can be a harsh environment for trees. T4 Tree Service will help them fortify their system with deep root and foliar fertilization. Don’t wait until your tree looks unhealthy. We recommend a yearly routine of appropriate fertilization as a proactive measure in encouraging your tree’s health.
Our expert Arborists can also analyze your soil and recommend the best nutrients for your growing area.
Do you see yellowing foliage on your trees, or what looks like a dry tree in an otherwise group of healthy trees? It might be suffering from lack of nutrients due to its own roots strangling it! Give us a call right away to diagnose your tree at its root level, carefully clearing out any congestive materials such as compacted soil or mulch, and analyzing what’s keeping your tree from thriving.
When planning a landscape, development, or even a small backyard filled with foliage, it’s important to consider which plants thrive best in your environment. Soil conditions, drainage, slope, erosion, and
climate are factors that can hamper or inhibit the plant from
growing its healthiest.
At T4 Tree Service, our Certified Arborists can help you choose the trees that will work best for your landscape and our Western Colorado climate. Our professional planting services will ensure your trees have the opportunity to grow healthy and strong.
TREE IRRIGATION UPGRADE
After doing a Tree Irrigation Consultation, one of our Certified Arborists will give any recommendations needed to get adequate water to your trees. Then we can upgrade your current irrigation system to meet the needs of your trees.
Most of our trees can thwart off pests and diseases if they are healthy. The top two reasons trees get stressed here in the valley is due to improper watering and lack of nutrients.
If you need an individual tree diagnosed or a comprehensive evaluation of all the trees on your property, schedule a consultation with one of our certified arborists. We offer:
Tree Risk Assessment
Plant Health Assessments
Tree Preservation During Construction
Tree Planting Recommendations
Certified Arborist Reports