King Tree Services, LLC

King Tree Services, LLC

5.0 (36)
1 hire on HomeGuide
5 employees
11 years in business

About this pro

King Tree Services are an emerging, high level, based arboricultural services company. We operate to standards acknowledged within the industry as being within the top 5% in the country. Covering the public sector, commercial and domestic markets in Virginia, Washington DC, Maryland and surrounding areas, we pride ourselves on our outstanding delivery of service.

The ability to build and maintain strong and working lasting relationships with customers.

Read more about this pro


Manassas, VA 20110
Email verified
Phone verified

36 Reviews


  • Michael Goldberg

    Positive: Quality, Value Did a good job pulling weeds trimming the trees my only complaint was there were about 8 bags of shrubs and limbs left in my backyard that I had to haul around to the side of the house but that's the only complaint I can come up with. Over all good job

  • Danielito191King

    Positive: Professionalism, Punctuality, Quality, Responsiveness, Value EXCELLENT TREE SERVICES King Tree Services came for a tree assessment they provide excellent recommendation for the tree, also a very reasonable quote, job was completed in a safe profesional and timely manner.. Great job King Tree Services!!

  • jnice forever

    Positive: Professionalism, Punctuality, Quality, Responsiveness, Value I have used this company twice and will continue to do so. Very friendly and professional. I really appreciate the great service!

  • April TB

    Positive: Professionalism, Punctuality, Quality, Responsiveness, Value The King tree team was priced reasonably and completed the job timely and beautifully! They cut down a diseased tree and created a playground area for a swing set. Highly recommend this company.

Show all reviews


What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

We know time is precious, Its always best to actually see the job location sizes and layout including access, difficult to price just from picture, but on that note i would say final price would have be after site visit  or if i got good pictures alone then go towards top end. 

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

As has been said, growing what you like is the key. The challenge is finding out what you like, I am certified in landscaping, arborist climber, holding pesticides license and fertilization certification. 

Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

Always willing to work out the price if client say to me the budget before me sending my quote, would be awesome if that could work for both.

I wish to go that way further into this field. 

It would be interesting to watch how others who quote significantly lower would do the job and what standard they would operate at.

How did you get started in this business?

Some background - I grew up on an old smallholding orchard which I still look after for Mum and a few years ago planted up around 50 trees in my community, by pruning, training, Plant Health Care, cabling lighting protection and bracing but also by variety selection and careful placement within the right place. 

What types of customers have you worked with?

Comercial and residential 

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

have client with a brownfield site 22 acres,  that needed clearing, silver birch, overgrown wild bushes, poison ivy etc, approx 15-20 years old up to 5m tall. The ground was dense wet and soft, we spent fair amount of time, it was worthy...the experience using skid-steer with mounted mulch made my job easier.  

What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

Tree work is hazardous and as a result we recommend that it must be carried out by a professional arborist only. Feel free to ask for advice on how to carry out the management of your trees yourself or for free estimate as well. 

What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

Customer first should do local research look into directory of near companies 

ask questions, set their mind, have a plan a and b, shop around 

think the consequences, find posible alternative. Example 

Assuming its not a protected tree no Homeowner Association and you have given them the facts from an arboricultural perspective then its up to them to decide if they want the work done and to what degree - from that point either do it or dont.