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(614) 848-6466
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(614) 848-6466

Top BBB A+ Rated Tree Service

Experienced.  Dependable.  Committed.
Family owned and operated, Charter Oaks Tree & Landscaping Co offers more than 20 years experience on arboriculture and landscaping to Columbus and Central Ohio. No job is too big or too small. We have the equipment & expertise to get the job done quickly, safely and without damage to your property. We are safety conscious and fully insured.

Here Are a Few Of The Other Services We Offer

  • ​Ash Tree Specialist  (Emerald Ash Borer facts)
  • Disease Diagnosis & Treatment
  • Emergency Services
  • Healthy Tree Care
  • Tree Trimming
  • Tree Removal & Stump Grinding
  • Tree Mulching
  • Storm Preparation Analysis
  • Lot Cleaning & Clearing
Our trimmers will survey your property and talk with you about your long and short term tree goals. They will only make recommendations that will achieve your goals. The tree technician will discuss with you which dead or dying trees should be removed. This will enhance the health & safety of your remaining trees. We also look at the total aesthetics of your landscape. The trained technician will suggest areas where you might consider adding trees to enhance the beauty of your property.
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Our trimmers will survey your property and talk with you about your long and short term tree goals. They will only make recommendations that will achieve your goals. The tree technician will discuss with you which dead or dying trees should be removed. This will enhance the health & safety of your remaining trees. We also look at the total aesthetics of your landscape. The trained technician will suggest areas where you might consider adding trees to enhance the beauty of your property.
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How to Hire an Arborist: (Ohio State University fact sheet HYG-1032-96 Susan R. Metzger)

Tips for Selecting an Arborist

  • Check in the phone directory, usually under "Tree Service." Although anyone can list themselves in the yellow pages, a listing at least indicates some degree of permanence.

  •  Beware of door-knockers, who are especially common after storms, when nonprofessionals see a chance to earn some quick money. Often, storm damage creates high risk situations for both workers and homeowners, and the opportunity for more damage to trees and shrubs if work is not done correctly.

  • Never be rushed by bargains. Never pay in advance.

  • Ask for certificates of insurance, including proof of liability for personal and property damage (such as your house and your neighbor's) and worker's compensation. Phone the insurance company to verify current policy information.

  • Ask for local references of jobs the company or individual has done. Take a look at some, and if possible, talk with the former client.

  • Determine if the arborist is a member of any professional association(s). Membership does not guarantee quality, but lack of membership may cast doubt on the person's professionalism.

  • If inquiring about a company, ask if they employ certified arborists.

  • The International Society of Arboriculture consists of individuals who have demonstrated their skills and have been recognized nationally.*

  • Have more than one certified arborist look at the job and give estimates. Don't expect one to lower a bid to match another's and be willing to pay for the estimate if necessary. Two or three opinions and cost estimates are worth the extra effort.

  • A good arborist will offer a wide range of services such as pruning, fertilizing, cabling/bracing, lightning protection, and pest/disease control.

  • A good arborist will recommend topping a tree only under rare circumstances, such as to save the tree after severe physical damage to the crown, or for the decorative effect of pollarding in a formal setting or restricted space. Pollarding is a severe form of heading that produces knobs at the ends of branches.

  • Beware of arborists who offer to service trees in curb lawns. The trees may be the responsibility of the local tree authority.

  • A conscientious arborist will not use climbing spikes if the tree is to remain in the landscape.

  • Beware of an arborist who is eager to remove a living tree. Removal clearly should be the last resort.

​Reserve your spot for a discount on Ash Tree removal in the Columbus, Ohio area today. Schedule Your Free Estimate now @ (614) 848-6466.
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7535 Worthington Galena Rd
Worthington, OH 43085