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Chris Lautenbach, ISA Certified Arborist
Territory and Services:
Chris works out of SavATree’s Grand Rapids, MI branch providing comprehensive tree, lawn and plant health care to properties in Ada, Grand Rapids, and Cascade, MI. Chris has many years of experience working in the tree care, lawn care and plant health care industry and approaches each interaction with his clients with a positive attitude and high level of professionalism. At SavATree, we will go out of our way to meet every want and need you have for your property. Some popular services provided by Chris and the team to the Grand Rapids area include tree removal, tree pruning, tree trimming, tree fertilization and disease management, lawn seeding, lawn aeration, weed control, organic lawn care, organic tree and shrub care options, shrub and hedge trimming, pest control including organic mosquito and tick treatments and deer repellents. If you are in need of any services to make your property thrive, don’t wait to get in contact with one of our certified arborists. We look forward to working with you!
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (616) 364-4558
Nearly 25 years of arboricultural experience here in the Greater Grand Rapids area.
B.S. Forestry – Michigan Technological University
- ISA Certified Arborist – MI 3769A
- Michigan Oak Wilt Qualified – MIOWQ-009
- ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualified
“I’m a West Michigan native. I live here in Grand Rapids with my beautiful wife and 2 children. I thrive in outdoor related recreation, am a member of, and sit on, various boards and councils at church, in ministries, and organizations.”
Why Did you Become an Arborist:
“I have a deep appreciation for trees and their significance within a landscape and our lives.”
Customer Service Philosophy:
“My focus is to assist clients by providing the best advice and education on your landscape so you can make the right decision that meets your goals. You deserve honest, professional, straightforward answers that builds trust and meets expectations.”