Tree Services in San Marcos!

Certified Arborist Specializing in All Aspects of Tree Service in San Marcos, CA!

San Marcos is a welcoming city in California, just 35 minutes outside of San Diego, offering a variety of local trees and plants. Home to Palomar College and California State University San Marcos, the city has also become the heart of education in San Diego North.

Throughout this city, there is a dedication to caring for the parks and the plant life found in them. With miles of trails and over 30 major and minor parks, San Marcos is truly a place to explore nature, particularly its beautiful and majestic trees. Taking care of your trees is a way to maintain the curb appeal of your San Marcos home, as well as contributing to the beauty of your community.

If your trees need to be trimmed or other issues addressed, consider a certified arborist. These professionals bring a level of knowledge in the art and science of tree care to your trees, allowing you to enjoy them for years to come. Our focus is providing all aspects of a Complete Tree Care service, including total tree care maintenance and upkeep, regardless of whether it is a residential, commercial, or public institution.

Tree Barber Enterprises takes enormous pride in the fact that they are among the Top Tree Care Professionals in Southern California, servicing not only businesses and residential homes, but also municipalities and government agencies. Part of our focus is hiring qualified Certified Arborists or Certified Tree Workers, as well as making sure that all our employees are extensively trained in the latest state-of-the-art techniques and equipment.

As part of the San Marcos community, we are active participants in the conservation and preservation programs to protect historical trees throughout San Diego County. We also participate in Arbor Day awareness programs at local schools, coordinate new and replacement tree planning in needed areas, as well as providing seminars and classes to the community on tree management, and its historical and environmental issues.

Tree Services

Tree Trimming

We utilize all of the current industry standards to ensure the health, beauty, and safety of your trees. Tree pruning techniques include trimming, lacing, thinning, shaping, skirting, and reduction.
Tree Removal & Stump Grinding

While it is never our goal to remove trees, there are times where it is a necessity. Tree Removal is one of the most dangerous aspects of tree care. Hiring a trained and knowledgeable professional is imperative. Because coastal cities are highly desirable, many homes in are built close together which can cause nearby trees and roots to cause damage to pavement and adjacent structures.

Pest Control

We are licensed by the California Department of Pesticide Regulations to administer insect control products including spraying and tree trunk injections. If caught early, a Certified Arborist can treat your trees for insects without causing further decline. Pest management and prevention is essential as well; once you start seeing insect damage, it can often be too late to save the tree.

Health Services

Consistent tree pruning is a great way to avoid potential issues with your trees, but sometimes they need a little boost. Our Certified Arborist, Paul Rider, is highly experienced to diagnose and treat tree diseases. As with insect infestations, when a sick tree is noticed early, it will most likely recover with a little TLC.

Contact Us


For more information on our services or to ask our Arborist a question, please feel free to contact us directly at 760-745-7871 or 858-485-0663 or browse our Frequently Asked Questions.

We are proud to offer reliable and quality tree services by our Certified Arborist and Certified Tree Workers to North County San Diego residents, including the communities of Bonsall, Carlsbad, Del Mar, Encinitas, Escondido, Fallbrook, Oceanside, Poway, Rancho Bernardo, Rancho Penasquitos, Rancho Santa Fe, San Marcos, Solana Beach, and Vista.

San Marcos:
Population: 95,261 (2016)
Area codes: 442, 760
Area: 24.38 sq. miles