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It is our mission to provide Toronto and Durham Region with tree care of the highest quality. We employ outstanding, educated and thoroughly trained crews, using top notch equipment and tools. We carry full liability insurance and WSIB.
We recently moved into a new home with some heavily damaged trees and some large dead trees. I was referred to John at able tree service and set up an appointment. He did a very thorough review of my property and provided me with an action plan to get things in good order while improving the look of our yard. John and his crew are first class professionals. From strategically planning to the minute details of clean up, they don't take any short cuts. After removing 9 trees and pruning several others, I assumed I would have a big clean up on my hands once they left. I was pleasantly surprised that my property is actually cleaner now than t was before. John also has first class equipment and from the moment they pulled into my driveway I knew I chose the right company. Thank you again to John and his fantastic crew, I would recommend him to family, friends and even my boss! --Ruel from Pickering via Home Stars More Reviews
Congratulations to all the grads celebrating at Brooklin High School this fall. And a special congrats to Haley Van Camp the recipient of the Able Tree Service award. This award will be given annually to a student pursuing studies in and showing a passion for trees and the environment. Way to go Haley!
As per guidelines laid out by the provincial government, our crews will practice physical distancing as much as possible, stay home if sick, wash hands regularly with sanitizer, and limit the crew size to 7 or less. We request that our customers stay 6'+ away from our crew and pay via e-transfer or credit card whenever possible. Stay safe! Stay Healthy!
Able Tree Service is a proud sponsor of the Veteran Banners Program in Brooklin. Stroll along Baldwin St., Vipond Rd. and Winchester Rd. to view all the banners. They'll remain on display until November 12th. Visit whitbylegion.ca for more information on the interactive banners.