Pikesville Tree Service Deploys to Florida to Assist With Hurricane Irma!Frank Storch, director of The Chesed Fund and Project Ezra of Greater Baltimore, purchased a trailer, filled it with emergency food and supplies from a last-minute donation drive at Seasons kosher market in Pikesville and got it on the road last Friday morning before the storm hit South Florida so it would be as close as possible when relief efforts began. The trailer, with Mike Sugarman of Pikesville at the wheel, arrived at Chesed of South Florida in North Miami Beach late Monday afternoon. Click Here to Read More
Full Range of Tree and Pruning Services.
Lot Clearing Services
Large trees that have grown in limited spaces that pose a hazard upon its surroundings - tree and stump removal
24 Hour Emergency On-Call Services
Clean and Precise Removal
Areas change! We plant trees and, over time pools, patios and / or fences are added. Careful Planning is KEY!
Safe Tree Removal
Tree Removal - Pikesville Tree Service specializes in the event that a tree must be removed from your property.
Tree Planting and Replacement
Ok, we have removed your tree(s). Now let us help you choose and plant your new tree.
Tree and Brush Disposal
We dispose and or recycle your tree(s) and brush responsibly with the environment in mind.
Meet Mike Sugarman
Our mission is to provide the highest quality tree service for the greatest value in a way that continuously exceeds our customer’s expectations.
Welcome to our home on the web. Pikesville Tree Service is a local business, owned and operated by certified MD Tree Experts Michael Sugarman and his partner Levi Lowenstein with over 20 years of experience.
We are the Baltimore Areas clinical tree removal service. What do we mean by clinical? We are the tree guys who use finesse to get the job done! We climb trees, and surgically remove branches, stumps, and whole trees safely and precisely. Our team of tree professionals gets the job done each and everytime.
“Character is like a tree and reputation its shadow. The shadow is what we think it is and the tree is the real thing.”