American Tree Services


PRIEST RIVER OFFICE: 208-448-1670 ~ EMERGENCIES: 208-661-3681


About American Tree Services

We are a family owned & operated, full spectrum Tree Service.  2 office locations: Priest River & Priest Lake, serving the North Idaho Panhandle & Eastern Washington. Fully licensed & insured in both states. 

With over 25 years experience in the timber industry, American Tree Service is here to serve YOU!  We work year round to provide you with a variety of services.


Some of our professional  services include:

Dangerous Tree Removal ~ "Tight Quarters" Tree Removal ~ 55-foot Extension Bucket Truck ~ Stump Grinding ~ Wood Chipper ~ Skid Steer ~ Dump Truck ~ Excavator ~ Log Skidder ~ Wood Splitter

Other Services Include: ~ Selective Logging & Timber Services ~ Property Access Clearing ~View Clearing ~ Snow Removal for Residential & Commercial properties ~ Demolition ~ Construction ~ Fall & Winter Cabin Maintenance ~ Dock Repair & Demolition ~ Retaining Walls ~ High Reach Holiday Decoration

Bill Dixon, Owner
(208)448-1670 home office
(208)661-3681 cell


We Have Services FOR All Seasons and Remote Locations

Heavy Duty Wood Chipper
We grind all lumber debri to wood chips and haul it away.

Snow Removal
We offer year round services including residential and commercial snow removal.

Remote Areas
We specialize in removing trees from cabins and houses after wind storms.

what we offer

Dangerous Tree Removal: If you have a tree encroaching your residence, power lines or parking lot we can safely remove all dangerous timber, . . .
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"Tight Quarters" Tree Removal: We are tree climbing experts with many years of experience, equipment and expertise. We have the surgical precision to remove any tree safely, . . .

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55-foot Extension Bucket Truck: Weather your hanging a sign, decorations or removing tree limbs to enhance your our bucket truck is up for the job, . . .
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Stump Grinding: Not only can we remove your dangerous or fallen trees we can get rid of the stumps too, . . .
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