At Davey Tree, we understand the unique needs of your Long Island landscape. Our arborists actually live in the Long Island area and have years of experience working in this environment. Whether you’re dealing with a tree disease, insect infestation or need help planting the right trees for your landscape, our certified Davey arborists can help you find the solutions that meet your needs.
At our Long Island office, we believe there are no shortcuts to solid relationships. This is why all of our work is done by ISA Certified Arborists and Davey Tree is proudly TCIA Accredited. We want to earn your business, your trust and your confidence one step at a time. If at any point, you are unsatisfied with the care you receive at Davey Tree, we will work to make it right. It’s our promise to you. Guaranteed.
Leading the tree and lawn care industry with innovative research and technology
We believe tree care is a science. That’s why each arborist at our Long Island office is trained at The Davey Institute, a cutting-edge research facility advancing the industry with leading tree and lawn care research.
Every winter, the Davey Institute of Tree Sciences (DITS) brings Davey employees together for a highly intensive, month-long training program. Throughout the training, our arborists learn new and innovative ways to diagnose common tree issues and gain expertise in the following areas:
Trees help offset the environmental stress caused by Long Island’s dense population of cars, buses and people. Not only do they help increase the air quality in our urban environment, they also keep the community looking natural and beautiful.
Because trees are such an important asset to our landscapes, it is important that we understand their needs. Read on to learn more about trees in Long Island:
Long Island is populated with many diverse tree species, but the following are some of the most common. These trees are resilient and versatile, standing up to our severe seasonal temperatures and city setting:
If you are interested in planting one of these common tree species in your Long Island landscape, check out our arborist advice for helpful tree planting tips.
If you think a tree pest or disease may be present in your neighborhood, it is important to start thinking about your prevention and treatment options. Below, we’ve included a list of some common diseases that affect Long Island trees and the symptoms to watch out for:
• Hemlock wooly adelgid: Wool-like wax that appears on eastern and Carolina hemlock trees resulting from a small, aphid-like insect
• Mites: Microscopic insects that feed on fly larvae, leaving a brown crusty shell on the edge of tree foliage
• Gypsy moth: Moth larvae covered in spines and blue and red dots that slowly eat away at tree and shrub foliage
• Bag worms: Destructive insects that create bags around themselves and feed on deciduous and evergreen tree foliage
• Scale: Black, sooty mold that appears on the surface of pine tree bark and needles
Davey Tree offers prevention and treatment options for these common issues and more. If you are concerned one of your trees may be suffering from a disease or pest infestation, find your local Davey arborist below for expert advice and a diagnosis.
Davey tree doctors are located in offices throughout North America. These arborist offer professional services that are specific to the needs of your trees and landscape.
Damage, disease or safety concerns can turn some trees from an asset into a liability. When this occurs, Davey’s certified arborists can be trusted for safe and efficient tree removal.
Tree pruning is an important tool to help sustain a tree’s health and retain its natural appearance. Davey assesses your tree’s pruning needs from removal of unhealthy limbs to disease reduction.
Planting a tree that will thrive depends on the landscape, the climate and property goals. Our certified arborists provide expertise on “right tree, right place” – what trees to plant and where and how to plant them.
Further education and professional development gained through ISA certification gives our arborists the qualifications and knowledge to best meet clients’ needs.
Davey professionals recognize that lawns need healthy roots for healthy growth. We provide a variety of services and an exclusive formula of nutrients to meet your lawn’s specific needs and help your turf thrive.
Our certified arborist effectively pinpoint weak limbs that need cables and braces to reduce potential risk. Professional installation strengthens weak branches and reduces tree stress caused by weather elements and heavy foliage.