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Roswell, Georgia

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Rely on Caldwell Tree Care to preserve the health and value of the trees and plants in your landscape. Call on our certified experts for every aspect of tree and plant care, from plantings and pruning to problem diagnosis and treatment.

You can depend on Caldwell crews to give your trees and plants the professional attention they need to stay healthy and beautiful. If you call us for tree care, one of our certified arborists will visit your property and assess all trees. We promise you:

  • Free estimate with an arborist’s knowledgeable, precise recommendations
  • Meticulous execution of the work plan you approved, including clean up
  • Full adherence to ANSI’s standards and best practices for tree care

Caldwell Tree Care is a TrustDale Certified Partner


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The Tree Care Blog

Caldwell at Chilhuly in the Gardens

If you’ve never visited the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, now would be an opportune time! As documented by Monica Pearson with WSB Channel 2 on Tuesday evening, June 21, 2016, the Chihuly exhibit will be on display now through October 30th. Caldwell Tree Care, as an entrusted vendor for the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, had the privilege […]

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Congratulations to Caldwell Tree Care, Winner of TCIA Safety Award

Congratulations are in order for Caldwell Tree Care, a local Roswell company since 1993. Caldwell Tree Care, an accredited tree care company, was awarded the 2014 Safety Award from the Tree Care Industry Association. The TCIA Safety Awards recognize exemplary action in two areas. The Outstanding Individual/Crew Performance award recognizes an individual’s or crew’s heroic […]

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Caldwell Tree Care Can Treat Cercospora

Cercospora needle blight, caused by the fungus Cercosporidium sequoiae, is a common disease on Cryptomeria. The first symptom is a browning of the needles in the lower tree next to the stem. The disease slowly spreads upward and outward until, in severe cases, only the needles at the tips of the upper branches remain green. […]

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