We are passionate about serving our clients with efficient and affordable tree care service. Our mission includes incorporating innovative techniques to help care for trees which make affordable tree maintenance possible. It’s impossible to create the optimal health of a tree just by treating symptoms by spraying chemicals with a one-size-fits-all approach; at Healthy Trees for Life, we strive to create conditions that allow trees to live out their natural life cycles and thrive for years to come. When we say healthy trees for life, we really mean healthy trees for life!
If you have a damaged tree trunk that needs repair, our 60+ years of experience can help us fix your tree. We can help with everything from repairing bark damage to filling in a tree that is rotting from the inside. It’s not too late! We may be able to save your tree’s life.
With many invasive species here along the Wasatch Front, insecticide, fungicide, and pesticide can be used for sick tree treatment. If your tree is struggling with aphids, box elder bugs (commonly known as maple bugs), or a bark beetle tree infestation, give our tree doctor a call.
Because nutrients and water for trees is drawn from the soil, your soil is a crucial element of your trees’ health! We offer soil enrichment to create an ideal soil that maximizes the health of your trees and plants. We don’t just treat the symptoms of a sick tree, we treat the whole tree.
If your trees or shrubs are showing stress, they may need fertilizer and microbes to release nutrients into the soil. Our innovative techniques to administer fertilizer and organic material into the soil will serve the long-term health of the plants on your commercial or residential property.
At Healthy Trees for Life, we believe in using our years of experience to prescribe and offer care suited to each individual situation. We offer custom care and are constantly seeking out cutting edge and innovative ways to take our tree care to the next level. We serve Salt Lake City, Ogden, Logan, Brigham City, Provo, and Summit County, Utah.