Archive:  Testimonials

FNF has used Bob Lee Tree Service, Inc. on several projects and to bid on several more.  They were able to meet our schedules while performing the work with experienced and professional crews.  They are knowledgeable, experienced, and efficient and we would recommend them for any of your tree removal and clearing & grubbing needs.

– Jeff/FNF Construction, Inc. Tempe, AZ

I just wanted to take a moment to thank you and your staff for the very nice job your company did removing my trees. As you may remember I had a huge Pine that was the focal point of my 2 1/2 acre property. It was about 40 feet high and had a huge trunk/base. When it died I had no idea how to get it taken down or who to call? Some friends of mine had just used your company and recommended you to me. Since they were happy with your services I thought I would call and see what we could do. I wish to add what outstanding job was done with a highly technical project this was!

Since that time I have had you come back and remove more trees that have died. I have been so pleased with your company and staff. The staff is so thorough with their work, take the branches and trunk/base away and do a great job cleaning up. I could not be happier with the work of Bob Lee Tree Service and I am happy to recommend you to my friends and family who need an excellent tree service company.

– Audrey – Scottsdale, AZ

Prescott, AZ.

We’d like to commend the contractor (Bob Lee and Sons Tree Services) for their exceptional execution of the project. They are the fourth logging contractor we have dealt with over the years and by far the best. They completed the work in a timely manner. They have the equipment for the work and had no maintenance problems on the job. They exhibited experience, knowledge and skill in doing their work. Most important they went about the work in a safe manner.

– Joe & Jill – Prescott, AZ

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