Bill Masterman

Bill Masterman

Arborist Representative

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Bill Masterman, Arborist Representative at Bartlett Tree Experts, works out of our Minnetonka, MN office.

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After graduating with a degree in Forestry from the University of Minnesota in 2001, Bill Masterman began his career in arboriculture with a local tree care company called Top Notch Treecare. Bill gained hands-on experience working as a field arborist before moving into his current role as a consulting Arborist. In 2009, Top Notch Treecare joined Bartlett Tree Experts, becoming the first and only Bartlett office in Minnesota. This change brought expanded diagnostic resources and more educational opportunities through the Bartlett Research Lab. Bill enjoys assisting clients in make decisions regarding the health, safety, and aesthetics of their landscape plants. He specializes in not only the pruning and removal of trees, but also in managing soil health, and suppression of insect and disease issues that can arise.

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What Our Customers Are Saying About Bill Masterman

Bill Masterman has been our arborist for many years and I feel confident in his expertise. When I talk to him, he instantly knows my property and its foliage, which adds a level of trust I have in his work.
Susan B., St. Louis Park MN

Bill Masterman is a delight to work with. He arrives on time, knows what he is doing, and talks in language which is easy to understand. The crew that trimmed our tree could not have been better. Tree trimming is a messy job, but they cleaned up as best as possible once the work was done.
Becky N., Minneapolis MN

The crew was very helpful and courteous. Bill is always most informative. Thanks your great service. Dennis & Nancy M., Bloomington, MN

Love them all!!! Great service. Bill came out on a Sunday to assess the situation and had a crew here on Tuesday. They were flexible with the stump removal, allowing me time to remove some plants around the tree. The first thing the crew chief said to me was that he was sorry for my loss. That was very nice. Meredith L., Minneapolis, MN

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