We Care for Trees
Top Tree Service LLC serves the Tri-Cities and surrounding areas, including Richland, Kennewick, Pasco, Burbank, Benton City, Connell, Prosser, Yakima, Walla Walla, Ellensburg, and Wenatchee. Call 509.943.7032 for your FREE estimate today! When you contact Top Tree Service LLC, we will schedule an appointment for an arborist to meet with you and do a walk through of your property. This allows us to discuss and address the health and safety of your trees as well as answer any questions that you might have.
Pruning & Thinning
Knowledge & Experience
Ryan Hone and Top Tree Service LLC have been serving the Tri-Cities and surrounding areas since 2004. They have all of the necessary knowledge, training, and equipment to properly care for your trees. Safety is a priority for both your property and our employees.
At Top Tree Service LLC, we have made it our mission to practice quality tree care with an emphasis on proper pruning to (International Society of Arborculture) ISA and ANSI A300 standards. Trees are valuable natural resources, to both the community and to our customers. We do everything that we can to help maintain those resources in a cost effective way that benefits our customers, their property, and the trees.
- Tree Pruning
- Corrective Pruning
- Tree Thinning and Wind Sailing
- Tree Removal
- Stump Grinding
- Shrubbery Trimming
- Brush Chipping
- Preventative Care
- Foliage Sprays
- Tree Injections
- Root Injections
- Deep Root Watering
TCIA develops safety and education programs, standards of tree care practice, and management information for tree and landscape firms around the world.
Through research, technology, and education, the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) promotes the professional practice of arboriculture and fosters a greater worldwide awareness of the benefits of trees.
The Pacific Northwest Chapter of the International Society of Arboriculture (PNW-ISA) is a member organization for arborists and urban foresters.
Let Us Manage Your Trees
We’ll walk your property with you, develop a plan, and provide a free estimate.
“Crew arrived promptly, worked quickly, and were very accommodating and friendly”
Thank you for your work
“Mine is a somewhat different recommendation than you’d normally find for a business that takes care of trees. I live in a small gated community of 12 homes with a pool at the center of our development. Within the pool ground is a at least 30’ tall flagpole. This past winter the cable used to raise lower the flag shredded and when we attempted to thread a new line, the two halves came apart and we were left without a line on the pole. I spent 2mos trying to find someone to help (fire dept, numerous contractors/landscapers/tree services). Top Tree actually ANSWERED their phone when I called and after a moment or two of surprised silence after explaining what I needed, I was put on hold and she came back and said they would help. They worked with me to find the least expensive means to make it happen, and then agreed to do their best to try and fit us in so we could raise our flag before the 4th of July (7 days away from my call). Two days later a very nice gentleman showed up at my door and our community flag was ready to be raised a short time later. Endless thank you’s from our entire community to Top Tree. From actually answering your phone, to being timely in agreeing to a commitment, to getting to our door, and lastly having such professional and kind employees. Thanks for being willing to work outside your defined box and by doing so making our day, our week and our 4th of July.”
Top Tree Blog
Cycle watering. Another gardening recommendation is to water intermittently — sometimes called “cycle watering.” Intermittent watering is a method whereby water is applied twice or
Watering deeply once every month may work for some trees, but it might not be frequent enough for other landscape plants. Consequently, a compromise needs
Timing of irrigation Morning watering. Irrigating in the early morning limits evaporative water loss. Irrigating early in the morning before sunrise, instead of late in