Cherry Hills Village Tree Services
We Worry About Your Trees So You Don’t Have To
Custom tree pruning and trimming
We have the experience, expertise, and equipment
Prescription-based tree health care services
No stump is too big or too small
Licensed and Certified Cherry Hills Village Tree Service Company
Tree Pruning and Tree Removal
DLC Arbor is a prescription-based Cherry Hills tree service. Our ISA Board Certified Master Arborist visits a Cherry Hills Village property and diagnoses any tree structure or health problems. The DLC arborist’s diagnosis generates a quotation for tree service work. We do not propose any unnecessary tree service programs beyond our arborist’s diagnosis. The tree service work starts upon property owner approval. For an appointment, please fill out a service request form or give us a call at 303-378-8000.
Cherry Hills Village Urban Forest
The Cherry Hills Village area has many large estates with tree-filled landscapes. The city started with a cluster of “country homes” built near the Cherry Hills Country Club. This was the beginning of Cherry Hills Village, which was incorporated in the 1940s after the war. Unfortunately, the Japanese beetle is now in Cherry Hills Village and causing tree and plant damage across the Denver area. DLC Arbor Services has been helping get rid of the beetle and other tree insects in Cherry Hills Village since 1980. Click here to get information about various city tree policies.
Prescription Tree Services
Japanese Beetle Treatment
Japanese Beetles lay their eggs in turf grass and grow into “C-shaped” white grubs. The grubs feed on the roots of grasses making the grass susceptible to draught stress. In the summer, the beetles can be found on Virginia Creeper and rose plants. Many gardeners hand pick the beetles. To control larger infestations, please contact the DLC Certified Master Arborist since treatment is plant specific.
Cottonwood Tree Removal
Older Denver area neighborhoods, like Cherry Hills Village, have lots of Cottonwood trees. Many builders and homeowners planted cottonwoods to provide a quick source of much needed shade. Although it’s a lovely tree, it can become too big for most homeowners to care for. They also drink up to 100 gallons of water each day. If you have Cottonwoods, we may need to remove them.