Frequently Asked Questions

Tandem Tree Service is a team of professional arborists providing safe, clean, reliable tree care in Durham Region, east Toronto and throughout the GTA.  

Yes! We carry full liability insurance with $3 Million coverage.  Proof of insurance is provided upon request.

ISA stands for International Society of Arboriculture.  It is the main governing body of the Arboriculture industry and works to set the standards and best practices that we uphold and abide by in Tree Care.

Every tree is different with a wide range of factors contributing to cost including not just the state of the tree but the elements surrounding it (like buildings and other trees) and site barriers to the work zone (like distance to the chipper).  We will begin pricing every job with an on-site visit to make a fully comprehensive assessment and provide a cost effective quote to match our client”s desired outcomes and expectations.

Tree By-Laws vary depending on Municipality and many places are moving towards permit requirements for tree removal.  It is best to check your Municipalities by-laws or contact us for further information.

Trees are capable of taking care of themselves.  They shed unnecessary branches, fight off infection and are capable of healing their own wounds.  It is when they grow in the urban environment that we become interested in maintaining them ourselves.  

With our help trees can be kept safer, healthier and structured in unison with buildings and other elements of our urban environment.

Trees are capable of taking care of themselves.  They shed unnecessary branches, fight off infection and are capable of healing their own wounds.  It is when they grow in the urban environment that we become interested in maintaining them ourselves.  

With our help trees can be kept safer, healthier and structured in unison with buildings and other elements of our urban environment.

Yes. Winter is a great time to have any type of tree work done.  Pruning trees is actually best practiced in the winter while they are dormant though can be done anytime of year using proper pruning techniques.

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