Donovan Arborists

Tree Service
Denver Colorado 80205

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Dedicated to protecting your growing investments in an environmentally responsible manner

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  • Company Name
  • Donovan Arborists
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  • Location
  • 2503 Tremont Pl
    Denver, CO 80205
    United States

    Company Details

  • Year Established
  • 2013
  • Business Hours
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  • Accepted Forms of Payments
  • Credit, Cash, Checks
  • Licensed
  • ISA Certified Arborist
    21 Years Experience
  • Insured
  • Yes
  • Memberships and Affiliations
  • A+ BBB Rated
    Angies List Super Service Award
    Best of Home Advisor 2014 Winner
  • Service Area
  • Denver, CO, USA Commerce City, CO, USA Golden, CO, USA Lakewood, CO, USA Morrison, CO, USA Arvada, CO, USA Broomfield, CO, USA Englewood, CO, USA Highlands Ranch, CO, USA Aurora, CO, USA

More About Donovan Arborists

Paul Donovan is an International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Certified Arborist with 21 years of experience in the Front Range. He is formally trained in all aspects of tree care including tree pruning, tree and stump removal, insect and disease control, cabling and bracing, tree planting and transplanting and fertilization. We also offer consulting services in Tree Hazard Evaluations, Tree Appraisals and Defensible Spacing for mountain properties.

Locally owned and operated Donovan Arborists provides environmentally friendly tree care to residents and businesses in Denver. Their tree services include planting, tree and shrub trimming, insect and disease management, deep root fertilization, and safe tree removal. The employees have more than 20 years of experience in technical tree trimming and have experience handling crane assistance removals. They also provide lawn and yard maintenance and landscaping services.

Donovan Arborists is committed to being a steward of the environment. While we do use traditional pesticides, our main focus is in cultural practices to reduce their use. We practice a more holistic approach by looking at the tree, its surroundings, soil, water, climate and light exposure.

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