Goodfellers Employees Train with 3 Time INTERNATIONAL Tree Climbing champion Mark Chisholm At the 2014 TCIa Tree expo in HARTFORD, ct!
If removal is necessary, rest assured our trained & knowledgeable staff can remove the largest & most dangerous trees with the greatest of ease. Pull up a chair at a safe distance & be entertained!
A tree in decline isn't always destined for the mulch pile. There are numerous tools at our Certified Arborists disposal to diagnose, treat, and often save a tree under stress.
Arborists do more than simply cut down trees. Arborists are stewards of trees. We pride ourselves on being knowledgeable to our clients, so they can make an informed decision on what route to take with their trees. Yes, trees can be dangerous... but more often than not, a cared for tree can truly add beauty & value to your landscape, providing shade, aesthetic value, wonderful habitat & many years of service.
Trees help to warm your home in the winter by deflecting wind. Trees help cool your home & reduce cooling bills in the summer by providing a canopy of shade to all or parts of your home.
At Goodfellers, We thrive on the challenges that trees in our area face. We go to great lengths to ensure we are attuned with industry standards & are constantly integrating new technology to protect both your trees & our employees.
(Our hottest search phrases: Tree Removal Cost, Tree Cutting Service, Affordable Tree Service, Tree removal Service Cost, Tree Removal & Tree Service)
Full Service Tree Care Company
100% CPR/First Aid Certified Employees Free Same Day Estimates Available
WORK PERFORMED BY ARBORISTS!
"Specialists in Arboriculture"
Nursing 3 baby squirrels from a large pruning job to release once independent. They were nicely hidden away in the hollow of a large decayed limb. We found them once the limb was removed. No injuries!
Mike Witt hangs Christmas lights in the city of Fredericksburg
Sympathies to our competitor and friend Mike Witt who was critically injured January 5th after being ejected from the bucket of his bucket truck after the boom was struck by a tree top. Likely paralyzed legs and maybe arms. Please consider donating what you can to help him and his family. It is unclear at this time whether he has health insurance or not. Click or copy and paste the link to read the story and/or donate.
Read Story or DONATE