Tree Care in San Ramon, CA

Tree service in San Ramon, CA

Timberland Tree Care offers a variety of services to help keep your trees healthy and your home looking beautiful. Whether you want to maintain your current trees or add to them, our professional tree care technicians can be of service. Our goal is to help you achieve the landscape your home deserves, maintaining the health of your trees so you can enjoy them for years to come. We’re professional arborists who keep your trees alive and strong. Call us today for tree care in San Ramon, California. You won’t regret it.

Our Services

We offer all the services you and your trees will need, from tree stump removal to pest inspections an more. Check out our service overview list below to get a better idea of how we can help you:

  • Tree stump removal
  • Stump grinding
  • Pruning
  • Chipping
  • Tree trimming
  • Pest and disease control
  • Planting and transplanting
  • Soil amending and analysis
  • Sprinkler repair
  • Fencing
  • Grading
  • Landscaping
  • Paving
  • Sidewalk installation
  • Cabling and bracing
  • And more

Serving San Ramon and Beyond

If you’re looking for tree care in San Ramon, then you’ve come to the right place. If you’re looking for tree care in a nearby areas, we can help you out, too. We offer tree care for any location within a reasonable driving distance – and since we are located in the Bay Area, that means we can serve a lot of places. Call us today to see if we can come to your location to offer our expert tree care services.

Other Cities We Service

Future Boom Town!

San Ramon is a commuter's paradise - just 40 miles from San Jose, 35 from San Francisco, and if you're heading to Oakland, it's only an easy 25 miles away. It's partly due to this accessibility that San Ramon has grown in both size and popularity in recent years. With all this new growth though, it's important not to forget about the city's past, which is why taking a day trip to the Eugene O'Neill Historic Site isn't such a bad idea. Eugene O'Neill was America's only Nobel-Prize winning playwright, who in 1936, used the prize money to build the Tao House in Danville, where he lived during the height of his career. Today, the Tao House offers selections of O'Neill's writing, lovely gardens and walkways, guided tours, wildlife and bird watching, access to trails, and even performances of his plays at certain times of the year.