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Our professional staff of plant and landscape managers has developed an enthusiastic clientele ranging from residential to commercial, municipal, and industrial. You can now benefit from our specialized skills that meet the demands of meticulous sites such as:
  • Golf Club of New England
  • Frisbie Memorial Hospital
  • Wentworth by the Sea
  • Hannaford Supermarkets

Urban Tree Service News


Urban Tree Service to Hold 2nd Annual 'Extreme Tree Makeover Contest'
October XX, 2013 (Rochester, NH) - Urban Tree Service/A Tree Health Company, Inc., a premier provider of tree, plant and lawn health services, based in Rochester, NH is looking for a deserving homeowner or non-profit agency to receive a free tree makeover in their 2nd Annual 'Extreme Tree Makeover Contest'. Last year's winning entry came from a 94 year old Portsmouth homeowner whose home was being threatened by a 60 foot maple tree that was dangerously looming over the residence.


Urban Tree Service Kicks Off Holiday Season by Helping to Erect Rochester's Christmas Tree
December 2, 2013 (Rochester, NH) - Urban Tree Service/A Tree Health Company, Inc., a premier provider of tree, plant and lawn health services, based in Rochester, NH was pleased to once again donate their services to assist in the erecting of the city of Rochester's Christmas tree in Central Square...


Winterizing Your Landscape
One thing New Englanders are good at is getting ready for the winter. We winterize our cars, homes, and boats. In the yard, we prepare the perennial beds for the long winter and give our lawns their last feeding so they go into the winter with strong roots. Something we often overlook, however, is the need to prepare our trees and shrubs for the upcoming cold season. In fact, there are some very important things that can be done to prepare shrubs and trees for the harsh New England winter.


Urban Tree Service Fall 2013 newsletter
The Urban Tree Service Fall 2013 Newsletter available for download


Urban Tree Winter 2012 Newsletter available for download


Urban Tree Service Fall 2011 newsletter
The Urban Tree Service Fall 2011 newsletter is now available for download.


Urban Tree Summer Newsletter available for download
You can now download the Urban Tree Service Summer Newsletter.


Winter Newsletter available via download


Coastal Magazine Article
We're pretty proud of our president, Ed Hopkins! He was featured in an article in Coastal Home Magazine.


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