Thanks for visiting Metro Forest Council! We are a proud tree care service provider in the greater Phoenix, AZ metro area.
Our certified and licensed expert arborists will come out to your home or place of business to assess what kind of services will be necessary. Our trained staff and crew are fully licensed and insured and are equipped to tackle even the biggest of jobs.
At Metro Forest Council, we offer fast, reliable and friendly tree care services. Together with decades of experience and the most advanced, innovative and up-to-date equipment on the planet, you can count on us to get the job done right and get the job done in a fast and efficient manner.
Call us today to have one of our friendly service men and women come out, assess your situation and offer you a free estimate and consultation. Rest assured that we will offer competitive rates and clean up after ourselves once the job is finished.
It’s essential that your arborist is equipped to finish your tree care job the right way. At Metro Forest we have some of the most advanced tree care equipment on the planet. We have brand new bucket trucks, stump grinders, chainsaws, ladders, lifts, hauling trucks, chippers and more!
One other, yet important service we offer that a lot of other tree companies do not, is fertilization. Healthy trees start from the ground up and require proper fertilization and watering. We offer this as 1-time, monthly and seasonal options.
Contact us today, for a 100% free estimate!
Typical pricing will vary depending on the type of service needed and amount of time it might take to finish the job. If you need stump grinding or general fertilization price quotes, we can offer those over the phone. Some other typical tree care service areas include; removal, trimming, planting, transplanting, moving.
If you have a tree growing somewhere it shouldn’t be, dead tree, tree blocking visibility, hitting an electrical pole/wire, ruining your pavement, or just in the way…we can assist you.
Typical reasons you might have a dead or sick tree that needs to be removed or treated could include; too little water, planted wrong, roots aren’t healthy, improper fertilization efforts, or poor pruning.