From a small bush to a tremendous oak, Eastside has the experienced crew and equipment to handle any removal.
It’s the fastest, least abrasive and most efficient way to remove any sized tree stump.
Tricky and dangerous, this type of removal requires an experienced crew with the right equipment to get it done safely.
Pruning offers many benefits and our arborists practice the best methods to keep your trees healthy.
Eastside offers 24-hour emergency response to Seattle homeowners when a storm or natural disaster hits.
Overgrown areas of property can be improved with our brush clearing services to ready land for future plans.
Keep the trees on your property healthy by consulting with our certified arborists for proper tree care.
Preventative tree pruning will decrease chance of downed trees and branches in high winds.
Eastside Tree Works has been taking care of trees on residential and commercial properties in King, Snohomish, and Pierce counties for more than a decade.
Eastside has fulfilled all the requirements and is now a SDOT Registered Tree Service Provider. All work will be done in accordance with the City's guidelines and specifications outlined in the Street Tree Manual.
With every passing year, we hone our skills and standards to bring you and your trees the best tree care available.
We at Eastside Tree Works know how important your trees are to you and we will do everything in our power to make sure the best care is taken.
With over 100 years of experience in the tree industry, you can trust our staff of certified arborists and trained tree experts to solve your tree related problems.
We strive for 100% customer satisfaction and think you’ll find our rates to be among the most competitive in the area.
“I was so impressed with this entire process from being approached by your salesman, David J. who told me what they could do for me, to Chad the Arborist, who gave me excellent advice on what my options were to the 4 men who came and took down 6 dead cottonwood trees.
They did a super job! I asked that one tree be cut a little lower down to be hid by the vegetation and they could not have been more accommodating. They, too, wanted to leave a nice habitat and they did.
What I had dreaded turned into a fantastic experience.”
- Linda P., Federal Way