The Hildebrandt family has a long-reaching history in the tree care industry. Brothers Casey & Kelly, along with “Old Man” Rick, have spent most of their lives involved in tree care and service. That passion shows through their workmanship. A TTU alumni-owned and operated business, we take pride in our high level of customer service and providing our clients with a professional experience. We’re happy to provide the Lubbock area with tree services including trimming, removal, and more!
We’re certified professionals with the hard-earned credentials you can trust.
We take the time and effort to make sure our team is trained and certified to assess, treat, and service Lubbock and West Texas customers with industry-leading methods.
- ISA Certified Arborists
- TCIA Accredited
- Tree Risk Assessment Qualified
- Oak Wilt Qualified Arborist
What Our Customers Are Saying
Outstanding group of guys came out to my home and removed a dead 55 year old Pecan tree, they left my place looking like they had never been there. I will definitely recommend and use them for future tree work.
We had a great experience with Hildebrandt Tree Tech.They had high wind, lightning and rain during the time they were pruning our trees. Our trees had never been trimmed and were in desperate need of care. When they were finished our trees were beautifully shaped and manicured. Our deck and driveway was left perfectly cleared of cut branches and debris.
Professional and courteous crew! I had a HUGE locust tree not 30″ off the back of my house and they were able to remove it without dropping anything on the roof. I highly recommend Hildebrandt Tree Tech for all your tree trimming needs.
Latest Blog Posts
This summer there has been an outbreak of drippy nut disease and obscure scale affecting many West Texas trees, primarily Red and Live Oaks. In some cases, these outbreaks have simply resulted in messy areas underneath the trees themselves. In other cases, they have...
With the arrival of warm weather, you can also count on the appearance of some widespread issues that may affect your trees this summer. One of the most prevalent problems we're seeing are foliar diseases, which primarily impact the leaves of deciduous trees and...
The winter weather that pounded West Texas in early 2021 was the worst the area had experienced in 50 years. While city crews have mostly cleaned up the mess, the damage to trees and shrubs could last much longer. In fact, it may not even be evident yet. As we get...