WHO WE ARE
We're Ryan and Maddy Reed, owners of LAM Tree Service. We're long-time Evergreen residents (we grew up here and have known some of our customers our whole lives) and love this gorgeous part of the state. Our goal is to keep your trees and landscape healthy, safe and beautiful so we can all continue to enjoy this special place for years to come.
LAM Tree Service has been providing local customers with reliable, professional tree service for 41 years. We're staffed with highly trained personnel, including ISA Certified Arborists and Colorado Dept. of Agriculture licensed pesticide applicators so we can provide expert consultation and service for all of your tree care needs.
CERTIFICATIONS & SAFETY TRAINING
DOING IT RIGHT - STAYING SAFE
LAM Tree Service has four ISA Certified Arborists on staff to provide you with the best possible tree care services -
- Tim Albrecht #RM7752A
- Ryan Reed #RM2179A
- Matt Albrecht #RM7258AT
- Jacob Casey #RM-8108A
Certified Tree Safety Professional (CTSP)
Because safety is so important, Ryan Reed has earned the CTSP certification that helps us to protect employees and coworkers, prevent accidents and save lives.
Colorado State Licenses & Permits
To legally perform tree work in Colorado, as well as in specific towns and counties, specialized licenses and permits are required. We hold all necessary licenses and permits, and are happy to show them to you upon request.
Tree Risk Assessment Qualification (TRAQ)
This advanced credential earned through the International Society of Arboriculture, certifies that the individual demonstrates professional knowledge in tree risk assessment. It gives Certified Arborists a standardized, systematic process for assessing tree risk and providing information to tree owners and risk managers for making informed decisions that will promote the safety of people and property and enhance tree benefits, health, and longevity.
- Ryan Reed
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
"Appreciate the nutrients and spraying from you folks as well as your follow up....our trees look much nicer than we ever expected this year."