Tree King specializes in custom designed and the most affordable plant and tree maintenance health care programs available in Los Angeles. For the sake of your growing giants, always choose certified specialists and highly trained crews.

So We Can All Breathe Easier

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Scientists are warning the warmer temperatures are yielding at least three more months of tree growth per year. This accelerated growth could lead to less resilient trees that will die sooner. We have designed our arbor and plant health care programs to combat the effects of climate change for the optimum health of your trees and plants.

When you commit to regular and proper arbor and plant health care maintenance, you can do your part to protect the environment just by letting us help keep your trees and plants safe and healthy.

For the last 20 years, we have noticed that the ground temperatures have gotten warmer activating soil borne diseases and pathogens; left untreated they can kill or shorten the life span of your trees. The recent years of drought compromised all our trees in Southern California, weakening and shrinking the root systems, leaving them unstable. We have noticed the number of fallen trees have increased exponentially. Many residents have opted for drought tolerant lawns, but we cannot forget to water our trees.

As trees grow, they help stop climate change by removing carbon dioxide from the air, storing carbon in the trees and soil, and releasing oxygen into the atmosphere. Trees provide many benefits to us, every day. They offer cooling shade, block cold winter winds, attract birds and wildlife, purify our air, prevent soil erosion, clean our water, and add grace and beauty to our homes and communities. 

Climate Change

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Please note:

We have moved to a new location:

​11127 Orcas Ave., Sylmar, CA 91342

A word to encourage you...Planting trees in your city’s urban areas is a winning investment for the community, its citizens, and the environment. Urban areas without trees can become “heat islands,” with significantly higher temperatures than other commercial and residential areas with trees. Trees help shade buildings and pavement and have an overall cooling effect physically, esthetically and psychologically. Adding more trees to your city streets, parks, schools, and downtown areas will help keep communities cooler, reducing energy needs.

Planting trees is a simple thing everyone can do to reduce carbon dioxide, a principal greenhouse gas that contributes to climate change. No matter where you live, you can plant trees...and take a proactive, positive step toward keeping our planet healthy.

So We Can All Breathe Easier