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The Best Tree Service in Hawaii
Huge Banyan Removal
Fecon Hawaii

Imua Landscaping Co. Inc. has been serving Oahu since 1976.  We are continually updating our equipment and standards of practice to better serve you.  We are licensed and fully insured.  We have many ISA Certified Arborist on staff to address all of your tree care needs.  We are a full service Tree Care company.

Lot and land clearing services include tree and brush removal, underbrush removal for wood lots, and invasive species control. Imua Landscaping Co. Inc. clears lots for new home construction and land for developers making way for roads, cul-de-sacs, subdivisions, apartments and condominiums, commercial buildings, and business parks. We also cater to municipalities.

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~ Tree Pruning and Removal

~ Stump Grinding

~ Transplanting

~ Consultation

~ Tree Risk Assessment

~ Crane Service

~ ARBORjet Injections

~ AirSpade (trenching, transplanting, etc.)

~ Resistograph Testing

No job is too large or small


     We have the best equipment and the best guys for all types of tree work; from huge removals to detailed ornamental pruning, we've got you covered!  We have Boom trucks ranging from 40 - 100 ft. reach, we have cranes for large removals and large transplants, various sizes of chippers and stump grinders, and many dump trucks for hauling logs and chips. 

     Our Arborists are highly skilled and knowledgable and they have decades of experience.  Most of our arborists are ISA Certified and many of them have additional qualifications that set them apart from the competition, such as Tree Risk Assessment Qualification (ISA International Society of Arboriculture), Landscape Industry Certification (PLANET Professional Landcare Network - LICH Landscape Industry Council of Hawaii), Tree Worker Certification (ISA), EHAP (Electrical Hazards Awareness Program) and Line Clearance Certification, CPR training, Aerial Rescue Training... The list goes on. 

Protect Your Environment

     You know protecting trees is important, so you'll appreciate how Arborjet helps protect trees in your neighborhood. Our trunk injection process replaces the old method of soaking pesticides into the soil and spraying the canopy to control tree pests.


What is Arborjet Trunk Injection?

     Imagine protecting trees from invasive pests without worrying about off-target spray or soil applied pesticides. That's exactly what Arborjet trunk injection offers. Trunk injection can be compared to a hospital I.V., we inject our formulations directly into the tree's vascular system where it distributes throughout the tree.  Moreover, formulations are sealed inside the tree through the use of an Arborplug to acheive fast and effective results


     Trunk injection is the most effective alternative to spraying or soil applying pesticides for tree insect or pest control. Arborjet trunk injection equipment injects formulations directly inside trees. With over 10 years of research and development, Arborjet trunk injection systems and formulations are proven to give the best results when protecting trees from pests.



     Unlike spraying or soil applications, Arborjet's system injects directly into the tree, limiting any impact to your family, the applicator, and the environment around you.


To learn more about Arborjet, please click here.

      Using the AirSpade, we can dig without damaging utility lines, irrigation lines, communication lines, or roots using compressed air. This tool is perfect for:


~Soil aeration

~Radial trenching

~Root collar excavation

~Root damage investigation

~Vertical mulching

~Transplanting / bare rooting

~Checking root structure before pruning

~Soil compaction reduction

~Locating roots for utility line installation


     To learn more about the AIR-SPADE, please click here.

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     Using the IML Resistograph, we can test trees for internal decay. We can graph the extent of the decay to determine whether the tree is safe or if action needs to be taken in order to reduce the risk of failure.


     To learn more about the IML Resistograph, please click here.

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