Quality Tree is a family operation, and they take great pride in their work. I had originally called them just for trimming the palm trees I had in my front yard; however, when their arborist Tony showed up for the original estimate, he pointed out several problem areas that they could also address. This was no "hard sell" -- these were genuinely problematic. For example, I had a "volunteer" palm tree growing in my back alley, right next to the block wall. I wasn't paying it much attention, but Tony showed me that the roots had already caused the wall to start cracking and buckling. Ditto with a poorly-placed mesquite tree inside my yard: its roots were already lifting the brick paving and its limb span was inappropriate for the space it was in. So I added those tasks to the job. At first, I thought the prices might be a little high; however, after getting estimates from several other tree services, I found Quality Trees prices to be very reasonable. Not only that, but they offer an Angie's List discount which makes them even more competitive. Given that the work they do lives up to their name, I think they offer good value. (I'd also like to note that the final invoice -- even before the discount -- had individual prices that were actually *lower* than the estimate. It's always nice -- albeit rare -- to get that kind of surprise.) The crew showed up right on time to complete the work, about a week after Tony had been out. It was a pretty hot July day, already well over the 100-degree mark. But they worked steadily, with only one short break, and got all the work done in just a few hours. They even fertilized the grapefruit tree, which seemed to respond very well to the treatment as it had literally hundreds of fruit on it the following spring! All the trash was fed into a wood chipper or raked and swept up. The yard areas were cleaner when they left than they had been at any time since I had moved in, nearly a year before. Since then, Mary and Tony have dropped by when they're in my neighborhood, to offer suggestions and tips for tree care. I do plan to have them work on my trees again, and have recommended them to Tucson friends needing tree trimming or removal. About the only caution I can offer A List readers is this: call well in advance of when you think you'll need them; they tend to get booked up fast, especially during monsoon season.