Accreditation Logo Violators


Be sure to check your tree services credentials!

Logo ViolatorTCIA accreditation is a "seal of approval" that helps homeowners find tree care companies that have been inspected and accredited based on adherence to industry standards for quality and safety; maintenance of trained, professional staff; and dedication to ethics and quality in business practices.

Credible companies have to work hard to be accredited by TCIA and because of this, less reputable companies may fraudulently claim accreditation.

Contact the Accreditation department at (800) 733-2622 to check for TCIA accreditation, 

The following companies falsely claim to be accredited by TCIA: 

  • ArborPro of Lake Oswego, OR
    ArborPro, Lake Oswego, OR. was accredited by TCIA but is not currently accredited by TCIA.  Two pictures on their website show company trucks with TCIA Accreditation logo decals on them (Last updated 5/3/2017).
  • Stewart's Professional Tree Service & Landscaping of Cartersville, GA
    This company was accredited by TCIA but is not currently accredited by TCIA. They still display the TCIA Accreditation logo on their website.
  • A Sun State Tree Service of Longwood, FL
    This company displays the TCIA Accreditation logo on their website. This company is not, nor has never been, accredited by TCIA.
  • They Might Be Monkeys! Texas Tree & Land Co. of Austin, TX
    This company’s website falsely advertises that they are a TCIA Accredited company and that they have a Certified Tree Care Safety Professional (CTSP) on staff. 
  • Treejob.Com (Marietta, GA)
    The company makes a claim on their website that they are accredited by a body that does not offer accreditation and a TCIA Accreditation logo is displayed on their website. This company is not accredited by TCIA (Last updated 5/3/2017).

If you believe your company does not belong on this list, or you would like to report an Accreditation logo violator, contact the Accreditation department at (800) 733-2622.

TCIA also has a due diligence to post a public notice when a company’s Accreditation is involuntarily terminated for a period of one year:

Terminated companies:  No companies have lost accreditation status in the last 12 months.