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Specializing in Large Tree Removal & Pruning

American Climbers Tree Service

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Providing Quality Tree Care Services to
central & Metro-West Massachusetts Since 1996

Pruning & Trimming

Proper pruning is an essential part of tree maintenance and safety. Not only does it improve the overall appearance of your trees, it also helps to prevent tree breakage during our eastern Massachusetts storms. Pruning can be done to open up your view, let in more sunlight, avoid interference with utility lines, correct structural problems, remove deadwood and diseased or infested branches, and much more.

Tree Removal

Although we prefer not to cut down trees, it's sometimes the only reasonable option when a tree is dangerous, severely damaged, or in the wrong place. Tree removal, particularly in tight spaces or near structures (such as your home), is definitely not a DIY job. We have a full fleet of specialized tree service equipment, including safety equipment, and extensive skills and training to remove even the largest trees efficiently, properly and safely.

Tree Removal

Although we prefer not to cut down trees, it's sometimes the only reasonable option when a tree is dangerous, severely damaged, or in the wrong place. Tree removal, particularly in tight spaces or near structures (such as your home), is definitely not a DIY job. We have a full fleet of specialized tree service equipment, including safety equipment, and extensive skills and training to remove even the largest trees efficiently, properly and safely.

Stump Grinding

Whether you've just had a tree cut down or there's been a rotting tree stump in your lawn for years, we can get rid of that unsightly and hazardous stump quickly and permanently. Our heavy-duty stump grinders reduce the stump to nothing but wood chips, leaving you with a clean slate to cover with grass, plant, or build on. Reclaim unusable space, prevent the spread of pests and diseases, and stop the stump from regrowing by calling in the stump grinding professionals.

Storm Damage & Cleanup

It's an unfortunate fact of life here in the MetroWest region that trees are sometimes going to be damaged in a storm. Whether it's due to a classic Nor'easter or a summer thunderstorm, we often have to deal with broken tree branches, split tree trunks, downed power lines, and trees that have fallen on homes and vehicles. We quickly remove damaged trees, clean up broken and fallen branches, and get things back to normal for you.

Storm Damage & Cleanup

It's an unfortunate fact of life here in the MetroWest region that trees are sometimes going to be damaged in a storm. Whether it's due to a classic Nor'easter or a summer thunderstorm, we often have to deal with broken tree branches, split tree trunks, downed power lines, and trees that have fallen on homes and vehicles. We quickly remove damaged trees, clean up broken and fallen branches, and get things back to normal for you.

Why American Climbers?

Fully Insured

We're fully covered with general liability and workers' compensation insurance - for our protection and yours.

In Business since 1996

Things have changed a lot in the last 25+ years but one thing has not - our commitment to providing the best possible tree care services.

Locally-owned

American Climbers tree service is a local business (based in Hopkinton, MA) that's family-owned and operated. We know the area inside-out!

Award-Winning Climbers

Expert climbers make the difference between pruning your tree properly (up close and personal) or just cutting off easily-reached branches.

Large Tree Specialists

The bigger the tree, the more difficult the work. We're proud to have the expertise, equipment, and experience needed to safely tackle even the largest trees.

Safety Comes First

No job is worth endangering the health or lives of our crew or customers, or risking damage to nearby structures, vehicles or property.

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Latest Updates

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