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We are a family-owned company that has been serving homeowners, businesses and communities in the tri-state area since 1964...
Today, Almstead has over 100 employees and a fleet of specialized trucks and equipment. Our main service lines include: tree pruning and removal, tree risk assessment, plant health care, lawn care (using organic or traditional programs), custom blend fertilization, soil care and analysis, disease and pest management, and professional consulting services.
Almstead Tree & Shrub Care Company has grown from a one man operation, started by Richard E. Almstead in 1964, into a full-service arboriculture and lawn care firm. Though the company has expanded over time, it remains a family business. Richard's sons, Kenneth (CEO) and Michael (VP) are trained arborists who oversee our four regional offices.
We invite you to get to know more about Almstead's history by selecting the link below.
Browse our reference section to learn more about the trees and shrubs in our region, as well as the pests and diseases that infest them.
Like anything complex, landscape care has its own jargon. If you're seeking clarity about a term tossed around about trees, shrubs and lawns, or in a communication you received from us, take a look at our glossary. You're also welcome to contact one of our arborists for clarification anytime.
Working with us at Almstead Tree & Shrub Care Company is a unique experience. We’re truly a team that is dedicated to finding the best solutions for our clients and their properties.
Take a look at our Career Section for job opportunities at Almstead. Join a team of knowledgable, qualified, and trained professionals who are passionate about their careers.
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