About Timber Tender

Timber Tender takes great pride in ethically sustaining the greenspace for clients throughout the Upper Valley.

From choosing the right tree or plant for your specific micro–climate and property to proper installation and measured maintenance, we take care to ensure your landscape will thrive for years to come. Our team of certified arborists can provide long–term solutions to the problems and questions you may have surrounding your property. Are you planning to build or add on? Avoid potential damage to your greenspace by having one of our arborists perform an on–site consultation.

SELECTED CLIENTELE

  • Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire
  • Little Dix Bay, British Virgin Islands
  • Maliohana Hotel, Anguila, British West Indies
  • Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller, National Historical Park, Woodstock, Vermont
  • The Sagamor, Hotel Lake George, New York
  • Town of Hanover, Hanover, New Hampshire
  • Town of Woodstock, Woodstock, Vermont
  • Twin Farms, Barnard, Vermont

The agile craft of professional tree climbing is a time honored Timber Tender tradition.

This organic relationship allows us to investigate, realize and treat tree health on a firsthand basis without reliance on mechanized assistance. We manually remedy trees specifically and cost effectively while avoiding the destructive soil and root compaction caused by heavy lift equipment. Utilizing cutting edge technique and strategic planning, our skilled team of arborists are free to maneuver safely among the complex tree canopy—at one with nearly any environment.

Mature trees are an enormous asset in the Upper Valley’s ripe greenspace—contributing to individual property value, supporting the area’s vast ecosystem and enhancing its natural beauty. Our team of arborists can offer solutions including cabling, bracing and pruning to reduce stress, enhance growth and potentially increase the lifespan of full–grown trees. Timber Tender is committed to achieving a balance between conservation and safe use of mature trees for the long–term appreciation of generations to come.