"Any tree, any time, rain or shine."
Licensed. Bonded. Insured.
We offer a wide variety of tree services. Don't see something? Contact us and we'll let you know how we can help.
Rain City climbing arborists are experts in tree removal. We employ the most up-to-date techniques and tools to ensure that your tree work is carried out safely and efficiently with as little impact to the surrounding area as possible.
Bucket trucks, often referred to as aerial lifts provide professionals easy access to hard to reach trees for trimming, pruning, or removal. Our team is highly trained to safely operate this equipment, getting the job done faster and more efficiently.
Utilizing a crane for trimming and removal when possible can save time and money and vastly decrease potential for collateral damage to surrounding areas. Our crews have countless hours of experience working with cranes.
Why Rain City Tree Works?
Dependable Tree Services
Free Estimates & Consultations
Locally Owned & Operated
Licensed, Bonded, & Insured
Fast & Efficient
Highly Specialized Team
What Clients Are Saying
"“If you need trees cut or removed in and around Seattle / Eastside area Brent and his team are leaps and bounds better than others we have hired over the years.... Super personalable and knowledgeable (Brent used to fight forest fires), great pricing, top equipment. Even cleaned up with chipper and blower as they worked...really impressive.”
Meet The Team
At Rain City Tree Works, we're lucky to have an extraordinarily skilled team. The depth of experience on our crew is not just limited to working in the tree service industry. We bring expertise from the logging industry, construction industry, high angle rescue, government land management, mountain environments, and more.
These skills allow us to bring extreme safety to the job that ensures our employees are looking out for each other and the property we are improving and/or protecting.
Homeowners and project managers can have confidence that their expectations are being met efficiently without the expense of safety and quality.
Healthy trees start here - learn more on the RCTW blog