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Your Tree Service Needs

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Service Areas

At Mejia Tree Service, we proudly serve the Winchester, MA area and surrounding communities within a 15-mile radius

Areas include:

Arlington, Medford, Woburn, Stoneham, Lexington, Belmont, Burlington, Melrose, Wakefield, Malden, Somerville, Cambridge, Watertown, Reading, and Newton

we understand the need for quality tree care can arise anywhere. That's why we're flexible and willing to consider service requests from other areas in Massachusetts. If your location isn’t listed above, don't hesitate to contact us. We are always looking to accommodate our clients' needs and ensure their landscapes are safe, healthy, and beautiful.


Why Choose Us


We combine superior knowledge, attention to detail and comprehensive arborist services that are above and beyond our competitors.


we have a large variety of

industry approved tree service

tools at its disposal. This

ensures that the project is

completed properly and in a

timely fashion.


We adhere to strict safety protocols and are continually trained in the latest safety standards to ensure that every job is done safely and effectively. We take no shortcuts when it comes to safety, whether we're navigating near power lines, dealing with storm-damaged trees, or performing routine maintenance. Our proactive approach to safety minimizes risks and protects your property, ensuring peace of mind with every service we provide.




  • Is Mejia Tree Service fully insured?
    Yes we are fully ensured. At the time of the estimate you can request proof of insurance and it will be delivered to you in a timely manner.
  • Should I be at the property for the estimate?
    Preferably yes. Being present at the time of the estimate ensures that we can give an enhanced personalized experience for each of our clients.
  • Is my tree healthy?
    There are several signs that can indicate if your tree is healthy or not. Here are some common signs to look out for: Leaves: The leaves of a healthy tree are usually vibrant and full. If the leaves are wilted, discolored, or falling off prematurely, this may be a sign of a problem. Trunk: The trunk of a healthy tree should be free of cracks, wounds, or holes. If you notice any of these, it may indicate that the tree is not healthy. Bark: The bark of a healthy tree should be firm and tight. If you notice peeling or loose bark, it may indicate that the tree is not healthy. Branches: The branches of a healthy tree should be evenly spaced and well-attached to the trunk. If you notice any broken or hanging branches, it may indicate that the tree is not healthy. Growth: A healthy tree should show signs of growth, such as new leaves, buds, or shoots. If you notice little or no growth, it may indicate that the tree is not healthy. * If you are unsure whether your tree is healthy or not, it is best to consult a professional tree service. We can inspect the tree and provide you with recommendations for any necessary tree care or maintenance.
  • When should I consider tree removal?
    Tree removal should be considered in the following situations: Dead or diseased trees: Trees that are dead or have a disease that cannot be treated pose a hazard to people and property, and should be removed as soon as possible. Structural problems: Trees that have a weak or damaged structure, such as a split trunk or major branches that are cracked, should be evaluated by an arborist to determine if they need to be removed. Overcrowding: Trees that are planted too close together can compete for resources and prevent each other from growing properly. Removing some of the trees can help the remaining ones thrive. Safety concerns: Trees that are leaning towards buildings, power lines, or other structures can pose a significant risk to safety and property, and should be removed before they cause damage. Landscape design: Sometimes, tree removal is necessary to achieve a desired landscape design or to make way for new construction. * It's important to note that tree removal should always be done by a professional arborist who has the proper training and equipment to do the job safely and efficiently.
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