Bartlett provides expert tree service in Menlo Park, CA and this is what our Menlo Park, CA customers are saying about us! We are proud to offer a wide range of tree services to our customers!

If you are located in the Menlo Park, CA area, schedule an appointment for a Bartlett Arborist Representative to visit your property.

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What Our Menlo Park, CA Customers Are Saying

Bartlett recently worked for two days decreasing the size of our three Oak trees in our driveway by shortening the ends of the branches by about 4 to 8 feet. This is something we have to do every three years or so in order to maintain the size of our large Oaks so the limbs are a safe length and distance over our house and our neighbors next door. To do this requires competent and safe climbing. They used saws rather than chainsaws because climbing out to the ends of branches is safer without weight and it's better for the health of the tree not to cut large diameter limbs. They accomplished the goal that few tree trimming companies can pull off, looking at are now smaller tree canopies of the Oaks you will see healthy foliage and would not even know that the trees have just been trimmed. Bartlett Tree is about the fourth company we have dealt with over the last forty years and it is definitely the best we have ever used. They came recommended to me by the Internationally recognized Oak expert, Barrie Coate.
Charles B.

Michael and his crew did a great job at my house and at my commercial property.
Bill S.

The job was done to my satisfaction. The site was left neat and clean. The administrative Staff was friendly, efficient, and helpful. The crew was courteous. I would recommend Bartlett to friends, relatives, and colleagues.
Stephanie N.

Michael Moore and the crew were great.
Dan S.

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1914 Spring Street
Redwood City, CA 94063-2410

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Monday through Friday
8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

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