We are very insured! We have workers’ compensation, general liability, and commercial vehicle policies. Certificates are available upon request.
South Carolina does not require a license to perform arborist services.
The city of Greenville requires a permit to remove trees only if you purchased your property within the city limits after June 2021. Tree removals are exempt that have been deemed by a certified arborist to be dead, dying, unhealthy, or hazardous.
Yes! We offer free tree quotes.
Integrity Tree Co. has been operating since 2008. Josh has been performing tree services since 2005.
Large tree removals often require heavy equipment, but we have experience removing trees in very difficult places with little to no damage to the landscape. One option is to use a crane to move pieces of the tree to a a safer area away from delicate objects in the yard. We also have other options to mitigate damage to the property.
The International Society of Arboriculture provides the Certified Arborist credential to those who have proven experience in the tree care industry, have passed the knowledge exam, and adhere to a code of ethics. A Certified Arborist possesses knowledge and experience in the many areas related to the care of trees.
Yes! While there are many varieties of native trees in our area, Greenville is also known for its ability to support trees from all over the country.
It is important to properly prune trees in order to mitigate the spread of disease and to promote proper growth. Many big issues in mature trees could have been prevented with regular inspection and pruning.
Yes! Josh is an ISA Certified Arborist and can inspect your tree for potentially hazardous conditions.
It is best to remove a dead tree sooner than later. Dead trees become hazardous because they drop branches as they become brittle, and over time the roots also become unstable, causing what’s left of the tree to fall over.
There are some treatment options for certain tree diseases and conditions if they are caught early enough, but very often by the time a tree is noticed as being in decline, it is too late for the tree to recover.
Yes! We can clean up trees that have already fallen.
Certainly! We can cut up tree trunks into firewood lengths or board lengths. We do not split firewood, however.
Yes, we can clear wooded lots or large areas of trees.
We typically like to meet on-site to provide a free estimate, but some situations allow us to look without your being home.
Most tree services can be performed at any time of the year.
We do not plant trees, because we actually don’t like to get dirty. 😉
Mulch beds are an excellent way to provide nutrients for tree roots. Mature, well-established trees often do not require fertilization, but it can be done if necessary.