Expert Care Makes a Difference

A picture of the Puget Sound Tree Care team standing in front of a work truck.

Who We Are

Puget Sound Tree Care is owned and managed by Jim Fay. Jim comes from a family that has been involved in the tree business for over 100 years.  He has developed an appreciation and knowledge of the value of healthy trees and the possible consequences of unhealthy trees. Jim and his crew are experienced, hardworking, and approachable.

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years of experience

Meet Our Certified Arborist

Sal Noeldner is an International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Certified Master Arborist and Tree Risk Assessment Qualified (TRAQ), who offers Site Reports, Hazard Tree reports and on-site risk evaluations for both private individuals and public entities.

Sal’s further qualifications include soil specialist and advanced wetlands delineator. He brings to clients a unique perspective on a tree’s health and its impact on the surrounding environment. He has an ability to identify fungi harmful to trees with practical knowledge of processes influencing hydrology, root growth, soil structure and tree pathogen movement. Sal can help both homeowners and land managers have a more thorough understanding of trees living on-site and what one may expect in the future.

Get Your Property Assessed

Please fill out our contact form to set up a walk through of your property. A quote will be provided after your PNW trees have been assessed.

We Go Where They Grow

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Camano Island
Lake Goodwin
Lake Ketchum
Lake Stevens
Mount Vernon
Smokey Point
7 Lakes Area

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Puget Sound Tree Care is Licensed, Bonded, and Insured.
License #PUGETST892BU
Sal Noeldner ISA Certified Master Arborist #PN-8108A (TRAQ)

Arborist chips: Puget Sound Tree Care offers free wood chips.  Give us a call (360) 387-0243 or send us an email to be added to our chips list.

We service the North Puget Sound region, including parts of Snohomish County, Skagit County, and Camano Island.  

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