Dave Dailey is the owner and President of Birchcrest Tree and Landscape, Inc. He has been involved in the tree and landscape profession for over thirty years and is a Board Certified Master Arborist, the highest level of certification offered by the International Society of Arboriculture

Dave has an extensive educational background with Bachelor of Science Degrees from both Syracuse University and the College of Environmental Science and Forestry as well as advanced arboriculture studies at Cornell University.

Dave Dailey is the Immediate Past President of the New York State Nursery and Landscape Association and has been recognized as New York State’s 2009 Distinguished Arborist.


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  1. Hi, I am looking for someone to “regrade” my soil around the house as I have basement issues and I will also be taking out a large Japanesse Maple that was planted too close to the house, so I may need the walkway redone. As some others have not gotten to me yet I am searching for a new advice and price on what needs to be done. I cannot start the basement work till the outside is done and I have been waiting on that for 2 months. If interested in giving me a quote, please call or e-mail me asap. Thak you, Molly Fien 381-6301

  2. Mr. Dailey I was wondering before a certain news paper puts it out there that Local 1249 is looking for more tree men. Would you entertain the idea of letting your line clearance people vote on going Union

  3. Tree butcher, hope you are happy with the money RGE is paying you. If a tree adds 15% to the value of a house, what happens when you remove 15 for RGE?
    no reply to other notes sent over……

    • Just watch these guys trim trees for RGE in the Greece NY, area. Can’t believe they climbed with spikes only to trim cut back limbs from power lines. NOT very professional. Gaffs damage the tree’s vascular system under the bark, It is also possible for infected climbing spikes to transfer some disease organisms from diseased trees to healthy trees. In addition to health concerns for the trees, the holes that climbing spikes leave are just plain unsightly and can diminish the dollar value of your trees! National Arborist Association.

      • John George, The reasons you cite for not wearing spikes when pruning ornamental trees are right on. However, climbers are encouraged to wear them when doing utility pruning. Utility pruning is, arguably, the most dangerous job in all of arboriculture, and spikes reduce the chance of a climber slipping and falling into the wires. A tall tree under or beside a power line is the classic example of the wrong plant in the wrong place.

  4. You can have union members but the Union is close behind keep watch!

  5. They are an overpaid contractor for RGE. Sloppy work, Smokers, and destroy property. Look out when you see them coming. Val is no help at all. Dave does not have an email. He hides behind Val.

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