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Emerald Tree Experts

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23 Kearsarge St.
Bartlett, NH 03812
Last Updated: February 7, 2018


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About Emerald Tree Experts

Complete tree pruning and removal services by certified arborists for the Mount Washington Valley and New Hampshire

More About Emerald Tree Experts

Emerald Tree Experts is a small, fully-equipped tree service based out of Bartlett, NH.

​Because we're not a big company, the same person who speaks with you on the phone and who does a site visit will be one of the people doing the work on your trees. Bottom line: accountability, depth of knowledge, and situational awareness are built into the framework of our service

With a BA from UMASS focusing on soil science, natural resources & arboriculture as an educational foundation, and with certifications from the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) and Massachusetts Certified Arborists (MCA), our lead arborist Sean Lorway has been working for 21 years in the tree care industry.

Emerald Tree Experts' service philosophy centers around our belief that trees are incredible resources, translating to both ecological and economic value, as well as quality of life enrichment and aesthetic benefits.

It is our aim to provide clients with advice and services that best supports their trees' needs. We promptly return phone calls. We communicate our thoughts and plans, and listen to our clients' ideas and concerns.

Our company is fully licensed and insured, and we put extra emphasis into maintaining our equipment and creating a safe job site environment.

We provide services for the greater Mount Washington Valley including towns of Conway and North Conway, Jackson, Bartlett (including Glen, Intervale and Harts Location), Eaton, Albany, Madison, Tamworth and Gorham.
Lakes Region and central New Hampshire towns are also within Emerald Tree's commuting range, as well as western Mainetowns such as  Fryeburg and Brownfield.  
If you have trees that need attention, we will travel!


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