Tree & Plant
Hawkes Tree Service is a full service tree company based in Phippsburg, Maine. We proudly serve the midcoast Maine area.
Protecting & Preserving Maine’s Natural Resources
We are committed to practicing responsible land stewardship that protects our trees, water, shoreland, and wildlife.
Hawkes Tree Service
Located in Phippsburg, Maine
Established in 2005, Hawkes Tree Service is the area’s leading expert in safe and environmentally responsible tree and plant health care services for residential and commercial properties. We pride ourselves on our strong work ethic, customer service, safety, community outreach, and an immaculate cleanup on each job. Our experience and equipment allows us to tackle the most complicated projects, from remote island access to tight spots in town.
What we do best
We specialize in tree care services
Tree Removal & Stump Grinding
Plant Health Care
Storm Cleanup & Emergency Service
Lot And Land Clearing
Frequently Asked Questions
Are you licensed & insured?
Yes, we currently have ten (10) Maine First Class Utility and Landscape Arborists on staff, one (1) Maine BPC Commercial Master Applicator, and four (4) Maine BPC Commercial Operators. We are fully insured with general liability and workers compensation as well as several other policies that we hold. For more information please contact our office, (207) 442–7444.
Read our testimonials
We specialize in customer satisfaction
We were so impressed with Hawkes Tree Service! They were on time, professional, personable and safe. Thank you so much!
The Hawkes crew that pruned 2 large maple trees in our front yard was courteous and professional and the work performed exceeded our expectations.
Great job, Jarrod. I'm totally impressed by Scott. His crew of four were also great. I'm a very happy customer.
Less than 2 weeks after my initial phone call to Jarrod, our tree work is complete. I love these guys, efficient and smart. I'll call them again for any tree work. Thanks guys!
I met Sadia on the side of the road in Camden doing an estimate, two days later the Brow tail moths where falling dead from the trees. All gone. Thank you!