Your Trusted Tree Specialists
Our team of Certified Arborists has seen it all and know how to handle your tree problems with the most effective, efficient, and affordable solutions. As Edmonton's tree experts, we committed to providing tree maintenance in the safest manner. For added peace of mind, we have a TRAQ certification Specialist on staff (Tree Risk Assessment Qualification)
We provide the following tree services to the greater Edmonton Area:
“Very good service! Super fast! Cleaned up very well. Price was reasonable, we had more than one estimate on the very large tree removal and Seedling to Stump had the best price”
Request an Estimate
Quotes and estimates are always free and valid for 6 months from the original assessment date.
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Professional Tree Consulting Services
Here at Seedling to Stump we want to GROW your knowledge about trees. Our owner has post-secondary education in Arboriculture and Forestry, ISA certification, and 16 years of experience.
Our arborists will come to your residence and make recommendations based on your immediate and long-term tree needs and/or address your specific concerns about tree care.
780-637-9680 or Fill out our form
Emergency Tree Services
Tree emergencies can happen at any time.
When there is a storm (with many damaged trees) our team works tirelessly to rescue our customers from hazardous trees and branches. An Emergency Tree Service is any tree-related service that cannot wait for our regular booking period.
Due to the extra hours, added hazards, and technicality, emergency rates may apply.
Call us at 780-637-9680
Stay safe out there, Edmonton!
Frequently Asked Questions
Firewood: Customers frequently ask if they should keep the firewood produced from healthy trees. It is economical and environmental to keep your firewood? We cut up the main stems and trunk into approximately 1-1.5 ft. lengths and stack them at the base of the tree of you free of charge.
Black Knot: Black Knot is a common disease in Mayday and Schubert chokecherry trees. This disease can be identified by a sponge-like fungus that inhabits the branches and stems of the trees. Be sure to contact us for more information.
Dutch Elm Disease: As per the city of Edmonton bylaw, Elm trees can only be pruned from October 1st - March 30th due to Dutch Elm disease.
Working on Neighbors’ Trees: Please review Edmonton's bylaws and tree regulations.