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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.



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    Our Experience is unrivaled. With T4, you get certified arborists alongside the best tree and plant knowledge in Grand Junction. In consultations, we make recommendations based on what is best for a tree and our customers. Our goal is to make your trees or plants look their best and ensure your property or business looks amazing.

    Latest Blog Posts

    Tree Care
    October 31, 2022

    Winter Watering

    Fall is here, and this is when everybody gets their sprinklers blown out. Just because we get our sprinklers winterized, that doesn't mean we are done watering until Spring. We…
    Tree Care
    August 22, 2022

    To Remove a Tree or Not

    As certified arborists with a love of trees, we at T4 Tree Services always hope to be able to save trees rather than remove them. However, there are times when…
    Tree Care
    June 29, 2022

    Black Scales In Pines

    For those of you who have Ponderosa, Austrian and/or Scotch Pines, be on the lookout for little black dots on the needles of your trees. These little guys are called…