Washington Township, NJ Tree Service

Bumblebee Tree Service & Landscape Design has kept commercial and residential properties located in Washington Twp, NJ looking their best for over seven years. We are proud to offer a full complement of landscaping services.

We provide the safest, most effective tree care possible. We’re fully licensed and insured, and by use the current standards set forth by the International Society of Arboriculture.

Bumblebee Tree Service Washington Twp, New Jersey

Experienced technicians are ready to handle any groundskeeping activity. We’re even available for winter maintenance.

 

Tree Removal

Attempting to remove a tree on your own is risky; you may become injured or damage nearby property. Let us evaluate your plants first to make sure removal is necessary. If it is, then our arborists are trained carefully remove it.

 

Tree Pruning

Arborists with Bumblebee Tree Service are skilled in a variety of pruning techniques to achieve the results you want. It’s no problem to complete your crown cleaning, remove overgrowth, or structurally change your tree.

 

Snow Removal

Winter’s snow and ice are not only unappealing but they also pose a safety risk. Home and business owners are responsible for making sure snow and ice are cleared from driveways and walkways. Luckily we’re here to do it for you in less time than you think.

Give Bumblebee a buzz to discuss your winter maintenance options.

 

Commercial Landscape Design

Landscaping is a major investment for most commercial properties. It’s one of the first things people notice. Our professionals are ready to help you establish curb appeal, or maintain what you have.

 

Other Tree Care Services

Bumblebee Tree Service & Landscape Design also provides firewood, stone and mulch delivery, stump removal, and irrigation.

Don’t hesitate to contact us about services you don’t see listed.

Neighborhoods & Service Areas in Washington Twp, NJ

Bumblebee Tree Service & Landscaping services all areas of Washington Township, NJ including Creesville / Green Tree, and Turnersville.

 

Creesville / Green Tree is a suburban district mostly built between 1970 and 1999, though some were built as early as 1940. This area is notable for its low vacancy rate; most residences are occupied and not on the market.

 

Turnersville is a suburban neighborhood largely built between 1970 and 1999. Homes in the area range from townhouses to medium and large single-family homes. Turnersville stands out as having a higher proportion of of homes with over five bedrooms than most other American cities.