Certified Arborist Dedicated To Safe Reliable Service
Fort Walton Beach, FL
Why Choose Us?
Locally Owned & Operated
Detail Oriented, Precision Tree Care
Bachelor’s Degree University of Kansas- 1993
ISA Certified Arborist
Certified Treecare Safety Professional
Member of Tree Care Industry Association
Emergency Services Available 24/7
Mon - Fri: 7:00am - 5:00pm
Weekends: By appointment
Tree Transplanting in Fort Walton Beach, FL
Relocating trees is no easy task. You want to make sure to do things safely without damaging your beautiful trees. So if you need help with tree transplanting, come to Backridge Tree Service, Inc.. We offer a wide range of reliable services for home and business owners in and around Fort Walton Beach, FL.
Service You Can Count On
At Backridge Tree Service, Inc., we understand how important it is to preserve the health and appearance of your trees. At the same time, we recognize that relocating them is sometimes a necessity. When you hire us, you'll benefit from our commitment to customer satisfaction and dedication to hard work and efficient, dependable service.
If you need your trees moved in Fort Walton Beach, FL, ours is the team to trust. Call today for more information or to schedule an estimate.
Certified Arborists Rob Calley and Travis Morales teach high school students about arboriculture.
Your Backridge Crew
Taking a break from a large laurel oak removal from a backyard in Shalimar.
Lead Ground Team Member
This laurel oak had severe trunk and heart decay and removal was the only option. We couldn't believe how bad the heart rot was.
Backridge volunteers time and resources to a local school to help them with a science project.
Teaching Advanced Climbing at AUFA Conference
Arborists from Backridge were asked to teach SRT (single rope technique) to other industry professionals at the AUFA fall conference.
Family Tree Climbing
Tree climbing is not just something that happens at work. Recreational tree climbing with my family on the weekends is always a wonderful adventure.
Bradford Pear Failure
This Bradford pear failed and fell onto neighbor's property. They are known for a structural deficiency called included bark. Not a great urban tree choice.
Technical Tree Removal
This large laurel oak removal required a climber as well as a bucket truck. The lift could only reach the front side of the tree.
Very Tight Quarters
Some trees are exceptionally close to houses and must be removed. This one was a threat to the foundation.
Florida Tree Climbing Championships
Arborist Travis Morales performs final gear check before he and Arborist Rob Calley head to Tallahassee for the Florida Tree Climbing Championships. Good luck!
Subsurface root treatment
Our organic humus helped this construction stressed tree by building stronger root/soil relationships and aerating the soil.
Office Down Time
Relaxing at office after an incredible day of tree work. I am so honored to have such a great crew to work with doing what I love to do. Climb Trees!
Certified Arborist Rob Calley volunteers as a judge at a local middle school's science fair.
Arborist Travis Morales has been officially accepted by North American Training Solutions, the leading arbor training organization in the world. So Proud!!
Making a Real Difference!!
Arborist Rob Calley has been nominated to the Florida Chapter of the International Society of Arboriculture's board of directors. Our area finally represented.
Teaching at the AUFA
Arborists Rob Calley and Travis Morsales travel to Mobile AL Tuesday to teach Tree Biology and Safe Work Practices for the Alabama Urban Forestry Association.
Professional Tree Climber
Tree climbing is dangerous and must be done in accordance with safety specs. Our climbers are always tied in and are in proper industry safety gear.
Logan Patterson Joins Backridge
Safe quality tree care begins with great people! We are excited to have Logan on our team. He brings experience beyond his years both in climbing and science.
Crane assisted tree removal
Certified Arborist Logan Patterson uses a crane to remove a very large pine with severe trunk decay. We deemed it unsafe to climb and remove using conventional techniques. Special thanks to Ellis Crane for an incredible job.