We Preserve Your Trees!

Preserving the high value trees of Georgetown,
Horry and surrounding Counties for almost
a quarter century.

You care about your trees and want to preserve them.
We do too!

ISA Certified Arborist Providing Total Tree Care in Pawley's Island, SC, the Carolina Low Country, Grand Strand and Waccamaw Neck Areas

We are a company dedicated to the professional care of trees.

Established in 1996, we are the first company providing total tree care in Pawleys Island, SC, and the Georgetown/Horry County market to be owned and operated by an ISA Certified Arborist. Since then we have been directly involved the preservation of thousands of feature and landmark trees, and we currently have thousands of acres of urban forest under our care.


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About Total Tree Care

Total Tree Care looks at all the details. Trees, shrubs and bushes in the Low Country are an important part of our ecosystem. They add to the value of your home, enhance the exterior, and make your neighborhood beautiful. 

We serve total tree care in Pawleys Island, SC, and surrounding counties, and work with nature to make the best of your landscape. 

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