For over 40 years, Bill's Tree Service has served the Triad area providing homeowners and businesses with unparalleled and exceptional complete tree care service. Built on the foundation of providing clients with knowledgable tree care information and professional service, we have created superior customer care. Attending conferences and tree expos all over the globe, Bill is always up to date with the latest practices in the industry. Our team of tree service experts share his passion for being the best in the business.
Bill's Tree Service is a Member of TCIA (The Tree Care Industry Association), The ISA (International Society of Arboriculture), as well as The Southern Chapter of ISA.
Bill Lyon began working in the tree industry while attending college at Appalachian State University in the late 70s. After graduation, he established Bill's Tree Service and has been in the industry ever since. Each year, Bill attends conferences all over the United States to keep updated on the latest practices in the industry. He is a certified Arborist with the International Society of Arboriculture. He is presently working towards completing his Master Arborist certification - the latest and most prestigious certification available in Arboriculture.
Bill's Tree Service has two ISA Certified Arborist. Arborists are trained and knowledgeable in all aspects of arboriculture. To become ISA Certified you must pass an exam that covers a wide variety of questions and scenarios relating to your knowledge of trees and tree care. In order for arborists to keep their certification they must attend numerous classes and demonstrate their knowledge of trees.
This Society provides members with access to exclusive resources, content and education benefits that will advance and continue to educate arborists in the industry.
The ISA Southern Chapter is non-profit association that just celebrated 75 years of service to the arboriculture industry. This association thrives to advance members tree care knowledge and practices through research, education, and professional development.
This association provides tree care professionals with tools that can be used daily in the industry, retain quality employees, and stay a step ahead of continually evolving regulatory issues.
This program is the only safety credentialing program in the industry and is designed to address several of the safety challenges that tree care companies face. In order to be a part of CTSP you must pass a safety exam and demonstrate the things you learned from the course in your everyday work.