About Our Team

Expert Tree & Landscape Service Contractors in Hagerstown, MD

Established in 1967 by Roger Finn, Antietam Tree & Turf is now a leading tree and lawn care company in Hagerstown, Maryland, that serves all of the Tri-State Area. With state-licensed tree experts and International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Certified Arborists, we provide landscaping and tree maintenance services for both residential and commercial properties. Antietam Tree & Turf is a fully licensed and insured company.

We are proudly accredited by the Tree Care Industry Association, which helps businesses like our ensure that we are following all critical safety measures in the industry.

The Antietam Tree & Turf Guarantee

One reason our company has thrived for more than five decades is because we prioritize customer service.

We guarantee that you will receive reliable, quality work accompanied by an affordable price. Whether you need tree pruning, commercial snow removal, or stump removal services, our team will supply detailed and professional service options.

Additionally, you won’t have to worry about accidents occurring on your property because the safety of you and our workers is a top priority. We are also fully insured, so you won’t be held liable in the unlikely event an accident occurs.

Antietam Tree & Turf in the Community

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Safety Is a Core Value

We make the safety of the job a priority at Antietam Tree & Turf to protect both our clients and our arborists. Plus, we ensure your trees and shrubs are planted in the right places, so we never take shortcuts and always use appropriate safety equipment.

Randy Finn and our team member, Jeremy, are Certified Treecare Safety Specialists (CTSP Certified) by the Tree Care Industry Association. Learn more about this critical credential here, or on the TCIA website.

Controlling Overgrowth

Our team ensures your safety by preventing the overgrowth of plants. Shrubbery planted in the wrong place is a safety hazard because it can damage facilities, cause gas leaks and start fires. If overgrowth around electric wiring is overlooked, tree care workers and homeowners may be susceptible to injury, which is why we eliminate these risks on your property.

Using Safety Equipment

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) sets guidelines for the safety equipment that arborists must wear while they work. In compliance with these guidelines all of our staff wear cut-resistant boots, earplugs, hard hats, safety glasses and vests. We also keep first aid kits handy in case our workers are accidentally cut by a limb, stung by a bee or experience an allergic reaction.

Clients Rave about Antietam Tree & Turf

Ruth F.

Thank you and your staff, Mac and Levi, for coordinating and carrying out a very successful landscaping project at my house on September 21, 2018. The grass is growing beautifully due to your hard work and efforts.

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