Nicholas Johnson, ISA Certified Arborist

Territory and Services:

Nicholas is a Certified Arborist operating out of SavATree’s Woodinville, WA branch. He provides comprehensive tree, shrub, tick and deer services to Woodinville, Seattle, and Redmond, WA. Some of the most popular services provided by Nicholas and the team include tree fertilization, tree pruning, tree removal, tree disease treatments, shrub fertilization, shrub and hedge trimming, pest control including organic tick and mosquito treatments and deer repellents. If you would like to have your property assessed by a certified arborist, look no further than the professionals at SavATree. Nicholas is highly qualified to work on Washington landscapes in the Woodinville area. Ready to schedule your free consultation? Contact us.

Email: [email protected]
Phone: (425) 906-5800

LinkedIn Profile


  • Sabin-Schellenberg’s Forestry & Natural Resources Program


“I have been studying and working with trees for over twenty-five years. I have worked as a tree climber, plant health care technician, work planner, consultant, and the lead for a municipal urban forestry program. As my work became more office based, I realized that I missed interacting with people and trees.”

Industry Involvement:

  • ISA Board Certified Master Arborist PN-5662BM
  • ISA Certified Arborist Municipal Specialist
  • ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualified
  • ASCA Tree and Plant Appraisal Qualified


“I was born and raised here in the beautiful Pacific Northwest! When I am not working as an Arborist, I am spending time with my three amazing daughters, taking them on outdoor adventures or wandering around the Cascades with a backpack.”

Why He Became An Arborist:

“I have always had a deep appreciation for the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest, and a strong sense of adventure. I was exposed to forestry work at a young age and knew immediately, arboriculture was a natural fit for me.”

Customer Service Philosophy:

“I very much enjoy working with people to successfully manage their landscapes.”

Fun Fact:

“Winter is my favorite time to go backpacking. There are no mosquitos, crowds or bears to worry about and you can set a tent up almost anywhere!”