Gig Harbor Tree Service Testimonials

"He is a true professional, friendly, reliable, trustworthy..."
"Living in the Pacific Northwest offers such beauty, but it also comes with it's challenges.  Trees while beautiful can often be a hidden nuisance.  No problem when you have Mike Williams at hand.  His knowledge of trees will ensure that only the bad ones are felled.  He is a true professional, friendly, reliable, trustworthy and a good leader of his team.  His company is the one to hire when dealing with anything to do with trees.
Mike Williams tree and stump grinding
Peace of mind when the next storm is around the corner.
I would hire him anytime"
- Jo Utinske, Gig Harbor, WA.

"Mike and his crew are the best!"
He has an incredibly talented group of Veterans working for him.  They limbed up 28 Big firs, cut down 3 smaller trees and cleaned it all up in one day!
- Dana Cuccia, Gig Harbor, WA

"Used them twice so far. Excellent experience!"
- Blake & Linda Worland Little, Fox Island, WA

"Mike Was The Best"
I got 3 different quotes and Mike was the best. Not only that, but once I emailed a picture of the tree I wanted removed, he dropped his quote by $50. He was also able to fit me in the next day.

My wife asked him to trim the tops off of some trees and he advised her that it wouldn't be worth it since it would stimulate growth and we would be more work for us in the long term. Thanks for the good work and advise!
Rob S., Renton, WA

"We are VERY HAPPY with his work"
WILLIAMS TREE & STUMP REMOVAL - Mike came out today 5/4/2009 and ground down 4 very large alder tree stumps. Mike was done in an hour and a half. He used what appeared to be top of the line equipment and his bid was well under $150 - $200 less than the other 15 or so bids we received. We are VERY HAPPY with his work. We highly recommend him to anyone looking for this type of service. You won't be disappointed. Great job Mike thanks so much!
Shan C.
Kent, WA

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