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Monster Tree Service

Franchise

Monster Tree Service provides tree maintenance and the safe removal of trees. With a team of professional arborists, Monster Tree Service benefits both customers and the environment.

Facts & Figures

Liquid capital required
$150,000
Net worth required
$350,000
Investment
$160,000 - $266,000
Franchise fee
$49,500
Royalty
6.5%
Units in operation
45
Founded
2008
Franchising Since
2012

Overview

Monster Tree Service

Part of the Authority Brands Family

Owning a Monster Tree Service® franchise means more than just the freedom to be your own boss and control your own future.

It means the freedom to work in the Great Outdoors, and set your own hours.

It means freedom from internet competition, high retail overhead or being replaced by a robot. Then there's the freedom that comes from knowing you won’t be investing in a fad.

Trees never go out of style.

Our business isn’t for everybody, but the right franchise is everything. Get ready to meet the right franchise

Our History

In 2008, Monster Tree Service began as a small tree service company providing arboricultural care to Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey. Our founder was committed to promoting the growth of healthy trees and giving homeowners unparalleled service while taking care of their yards and homes. As a result, when other tree service businesses struggled to find jobs, our company kept working through every season, growing and expanding like the trees we care for.

Now we’ve become the nation’s first tree care franchise for a simple reason: Our approach works. Customers love working with us because we’re honest. When we tell customers they do or don’t need a particular service, they know we mean it. Because we care about trees, we’ll always fight for ways to rehabilitate your tree rather than remove it. When we do recommend removal, it’s because we know it’s the only thing that’s safe for your home and family.