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Why Choose Us?

"In my capacity as a Public Works manager and arborist for the City of Belvedere, I almost exclusively choose Artistry in Trees for municipal tree care..."


Tree Care as Artistry

Tree pruning is an art form. The task of trimming smaller trees or pruning larger varieties requires precision and knowledge of tree structure and form. Tree removal is also an artistic endeavor, whether rigging a tree effectively or dismantling it safely. To be sure, observing an Artistry In Trees specialist in action is witnessing the talent and spirit of a true artist.

Tree Care as an Investment

Randy Harris, owner of Artistry In Trees, is a certified arborist.  As a tree care specialist he can analyze a tree’s overall health and help prevent disease. A tree well maintained is a valuable asset. An arborist improves the value of your home or commercial property by providing proper tree care

Tree Care: Respect for Personal Property

Artistry in Trees (AIT) promotes a safe working environment so a home, business or commercial property remains protected. Artistry in Trees’ respect for personal property includes:

  • Protecting the understory, the small trees and shrubs that grow under a tree, and the other landscape items
  • Safeguarding structures: windows, roof and paint, and using plywood when necessary
  • Caring for fragile items, such as landscape lighting, garden art, and potted plants. If items need to be moved, they are later returned to their original place
Tree Care: Respect for Environment and Community

AIT respects the natural environment and the community we work in. Before a project begins, for example, we may consider:

What ecological impact removing a tree will have on its surroundings?

What safety issues are involved?

And what impact will removal have on a homeowner or the community?

Tree Care: Promoting Safety

For all of AIT’s services, job safety and procedures are strongly emphasized. A meeting is held each morning to review operating procedures for each new job. Such things as climbing rules, a code of safety practices and chipping guidelines are reviewed. The scope and complexity of a job varies so crew size (typically 3-6) varies as well.