The Real Tree Masters are the leading arborists in the city. We are committed to professionalism, integrity, and satisfaction for residential and commercial clients. Trees enhance landscaping features on your property, and they demand an arborist’s expert knowledge and services to keep a healthy appearance.
We offer a full range of tree services for residential and commercial customers in North York, Etobicoke, East York, Scarborough, and The GTA. For stump grinding, stump removal, tree trimming, tree pruning, tree cabling and more, our customer-oriented organization has you covered.
By-laws in the city of Toronto require residence to obtain a permit for injuring or destroying any tree with the Diameter at Breast Height (“DBH”) of more than 30cm or 12 inches. The applicant must obtain an Arborist report and complete an application form, both must be submitted to the City’s forestry department. The city of Toronto has four forestry departments, each for a different section of the city. Toronto tree removal application cost is $121.12, per a private tree, for a non-construction related application, and $362.33, per a private tree, for a construction related application.
We’re here for you, whether you have a simple request or extensive tree healthcare needs. Let us know how we can help today.
Our services are based on extensive experience and a strong desire to cultivate your trees. Trees have lifespans ranging from decades to centuries. Depending on the species, each is sensitive to its region’s climate and soil content. We’re homegrown experts in Toronto, bringing all the nutrients, maintenance, and care we can to the trees on your property.
Put your faith in an arborist you can trust, so you can rest assured that your trees will receive the best care possible and that every effort is made to save a tree from removal. We’re trained to practice tree health care for long-lasting trees.
Yes, there’s a distinction between an arborist and a certified one. Certified arborists get their qualifications by attending post-secondary education in arboriculture or tree biology. With this background and experience in the field, arborists can become certified by the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA).
Upon arriving at a property, an arborist critically thinks as they do their work. We’re not just there to make cuts indiscriminately. We’re there to preserve tree health and the safety and integrity of the property where the trees reside. Trees represent an overhead falling hazard in most cases, so it’s not only an issue of landscaping aesthetics. It’s a matter of hazard management, even to the point of life and death.
A nursery tree is grown on a tree farm, and they’re usually sold as larger saplings to buyers in search of tree planting for their properties.