More than a tree service company and a team that creates valued relationships with customers. We work with you to understand your needs and provide solutions based on your unique situation.
Newbury Park Tree service is privately-owned, established in 1989 by owner/arborist, Dean Lappinga, and is certified with ISA (International Society of Arborists) and is accredited by TCIA (Tree Care Industry Association). We serve the tree care needs of commercial customers from Los Angeles, through Ventura County, to Santa Barbara, handling a variety of functions from routine tree trimming to complex removals necessitating bucket lifts and cranes. We pride ourselves with over 20 years of experience and professionalism, promising you our dependability, integrity, quality of skilled workmanship, courtesy, adherence to industry safety standards, and our personal attention.
Removing a tree is only half the job. The other half is getting the stump out of the ground. Without the right knowledge and equipment, this can be almost impossible to do thoroughly. We at Newbury Park Tree Service, Inc. offer the latest state-of-the-art stump removal techniques. The most common type of stump removal method is stump grinding. Stump grinding provides a straight forward, less abrasive, and cost effective alternative to traditional stump removal methods. A stump grinding machine mechanically grinds stumps below the soil line up to 18 in depth, depending on the machine.
Preventative tree care and proper nutrition is less costly than postponed treatments for fully developed problems. Well-nourished trees have enhanced defense against disease, insect attack, wind storms, and drought. Our ISA-Certified Arborists analyze each tree as an entire biological system from roots to trunk to canopy, and are passionate about maintaining your trees' ability to thrive and flourish. We can recommend and apply an optimal fertilizer for your trees' particular needs, specific to the species, age, size, condition, and location of each tree, as well as soil quality, and available irrigation systems.
There are numerous benefits. Regular preventative tree care is less costly than postponed treatments for fully developed problems or taking the risk of awaiting a tree hazard to occur. Trimming / pruning helps maintain and promote health and vitality which will add to the aesthetic value of your tree. This is done by using modern equipment, well trained personnel with state of the art techniques. Trimming / pruning is a process of maintaining the desired density of foliage, shape and size of the tree which involves the removing of branches that are dead, damaged, overcrowded, or rub together, branches that are also infected with disease or insect infestation.
We at Newbury Park Tree have the knowledge and experience to ensure that you get exactly what you're looking for. We strive to maintain a staff of highly trained tree care experts who take time to perform high quality work. Certified and insured, we deliver the results you expect. Our clients get maximum value on the services they receive, while building a personal relationship with them and their trees to last a lifetime. We are fully accredited with TCIA (Tree Care Industry Association), which is the only Nationally recognized Quality Control program monitoring business practices in the tree care industry, with accreditation awarded to tree care companies only after an extensive compliance audit process.
We provide service for all companies large and small. With experts and certified arborists that will ensure professional services in a timely manner.
Nature is unpredictable, and trees can fail at any time. Newbury Park Tree is ready to help you in the event of an emergency tree care situation. We offer 24-hour emergency service with a fleet of specialized vehicles and state-of-the-art equipment operated by highly trained staff that will be deployed to handle your tree emergency.
Sometimes trees need to be removed for various reasons, such as they are either dead, dying, or have been damaged. All three of these indicators are signs that the tree will be a hazard in the future and should be removed. Trees may also need to be removed if they have grown too large for their surroundings to be controlled, or are just in the way of new construction, and it's just not feasible to save them. If you are unsure whether your tree should be saved or removed, then contact a tree professional.