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We are tree removal experts.

We are tree removal experts and can remove any size tree, from large (potentially dangerous) trees to small trees. Our tree removal isn’t complete until we remove of all debris from your property. Alternatively, we can leave the wood on your property if you’d like to keep it for firewood.

Keil Tree Experts Professional Tree Services

Keil Tree Experts, Inc. has been in business for over 35 years. We carry a million dollars of liability and workman’s compensation insurance with an additional umbrella policy. We have an excellent reputation for the services we provide and the work performed by our licensed and experienced arborists on staff. Our arborists are able to provide you with the most up to date tree care needs. Because we know the importance of the elimination of hazards, we give our commercial accounts priority when an emergency/storm occurs. We would like the opportunity to meet with you and discuss your tree care needs.

Tree Pruning

Pruning is the removal of specific limbs/branches to benefit the whole tree. We have 8 trained arborists on staff that are experienced with the proper techniques to prune shade trees, ornamental trees, fruit trees and shrubs. Our tree pruning services include:

Young Tree Training

Young tree training helps establish early form so that the tree develops into an attractive specimen.

Class I, II, III, and IV

This type of pruning includes the removal of dead, dying, diseased, interfering, objectionable and weak branches as well as selective trimming to lessen wind resistance and to increase sunlight through the canopy, leaving the exterior size and shape of the tree.

Safety Pruning

Safety pruning is the removal of selective large hazardous/dangerous limbs.

Fruit Pruning

This specific way of pruning is tailored towards fruit production and accessibility.

Hedge and Shrub Pruning

This type of pruning keeps hedges and shrubs looking their best, while giving them the ability to grow to their fullest capacity.

Cabling and Bracing

Cables and rods are sometimes used to give structural support to multi-trunked trees. They give added strength to help support weak or damaged branches from high winds and storms.

Insect and Disease Management

Below is a list of some of the common insects and diseases that we are able to help control.


We offer treatment to control Emerald Ash Bore and other boring insects.

  • Eastern Tent Caterpillars
  • Fall Web Worms
  • Gypsy Moth
  • Apple Scab
  • Bagworms
  • Anthracnose
  • Lace Bugs
  • Scale
  • Hemlock Wooly Adelgid
  • Spider Mites
  • Emerald Ash Bore
  • Dutch Elm Disease
  • Blights
  • Leaf Spot
  • Needle Cast

Our Other Tree Services Include:

Stump Removal

After tree or shrub removal the stump is often a hazard or simply not wanted as a part of the landscape. We are able to grind the stump and surface roots below soil grade so that grass or flowers can be planted. Our grinder also allows us to grind the stump up to 18 inches below grade, allowing the home owner to plant a small tree or shrub directly over the old stump.

Direct Root Fertilizing

Direct root fertilizing is the injection of fertilizer into the root zone of the tree or shrub. The injections are made from the base out to the drip line. Fertilizer promotes growth and helps the plant to naturally fight off insects and disease. It also helps the tree to recover if already damaged by insects, disease, winter damage and mechanical damage.

Bucket Truck Servicing

The two most common ways to prune or remove a tree is to climb it or use a bucket truck/aerial lift truck. Certain circumstances clearly call for one method over the other. Sometimes a combination would be the best way to do the job. An aerial lift or bucket truck provides a safe means from which to remove dangerous trees. We can not always put a climber in a rotten tree or a tree compromised after a storm.

Keil Tree Experts professional tree services.

Keil-Tree-About-Us-1Here, at Keil, we provide many wonderful and helpful commercial tree services in Baltimore County. Our services include, but are not limited to: tree pruning, ornamental work, tree and stump removal, hedge and shrub pruning, spraying for insects, weeds and disease, cable trees, log removal, lot clearing, and deep root fertilizing.

Please feel free to inquire about any services not listed here; we have plenty of expert staff who can assist with any form of tree servicing that may be needed. We strive to not only meet our customer’s needs, but to exceed them. When our task is complete, we also clean up behind ourselves so that your property is left looking beautifully maintained and inviting with healthy, happy and trim trees.

Keil Tree Experts provide service with a smile. Our staff members are not only knowledgeable and efficient but we are personable and approachable. We welcome any and all inquiries, because we love to be as informative as possible for our customers so that they can go further in preserving their precious foliage. Get in touch with Keil Tree Experts for the most exceptional commercial tree services in Baltimore County.

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Frequently Asked Tree Service Questions.

What Areas Do You Service For Tree Trimming, Tree Removal, Tree Pruning and Stump Removal?

Keil Tree provides commercial tree services in Baltimore County. Areas include:

Cockeysville MD, Hunt Valley MD, Timonium MD, Lutherville MD, Towson MD, Ruxton MD, Sparks MD, Monkton MD, Hereford MD, Phoenix MD, Butler MD, Parkton MD, Freeland MD, White Hall MD, Parkville MD, Carney MD, Baldwin MD, Glyndon MD, and Glen Arm, MD, Baltimore, MD

Is Keil Tree Experts licensed and/or insured?

We are licensed by the State of Maryland and we are insured for your protection. We carry ten times the minimum required by law. (The state minimum is $100,000). A copy of the license and/or a certificate of insurance is available upon request.

Is my tree too big?

A healthy tree is never too big. Some trimming may be required to clear obstacles such as houses, lights or utility lines, but size reduction of trees is rarely beneficial.

When do I pay for the work that was done?

Payment is expected at the completion of all work. The customer can give a check to the crew or call the office with credit card information. If no one is home, we will mail an invoice to you.

My tree looks “sick.” Can you identify the problem?

We have a licensed arborist on staff able to identify problems and recommend proper treatment.

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For professional tree service, contact us today at 410-771-4896.