What is a Certified Arborist and Should You Use One at Your Home in Allentown, Bethlehem, or Easton, PA

Friday, February 22, 2019

If you have trees on your property then you probably want them to look and perform their best for many years to come. Chances are, you understand that investing in your trees is an effort that will lead to significant return over that time.

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The End to Your Search for Great Tree Climber Jobs in Allentown, Bethlehem, or Easton, PA

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Are you an experienced tree climber in the Allentown Bethlehem, or Easton, PA area and looking for a new job? Maybe you’re unhappy where you currently work (or were unhappy somewhere you just left). Perhaps you didn’t have the quality tools you needed, no one seemed to know what they’re doing, or you just felt under-appreciated.

Unfortunately, that seems to be fairly common in the tree care industry. We’ve heard many of these complaints expressed as tree climbers have found their way here.

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A Review of the 6 Best Tree Services in Allentown, PA

Friday, October 19, 2018

If you know you need tree work performed but are not sure who to call, then you might be searching online for the best tree service near me. What you’ll likely find is that there are a lot of choices out there. You may be worried that by choosing the wrong company in Allentown, PA, it could mean big problems.

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Essential Info About Storm Damage and Your Trees

Wednesday, October 03, 2018

Every year there are heart-wrenching stories across the country of people who were injured or killed by falling trees and branches. Most of the time these trees were weakened or damaged by storms. Though less devastating than injury or death, fallen trees and limbs can also damage (or even destroy) homes and property.

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How to Tell if a Tree is Dangerous: 7 Tree Hazards to Look For

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

How to tell if a tree is dangerous and how a tree inspection can spot hazards.Concerns that a tree might fall and damage your property, or even worse, hurt a person, are definitely serious. Tree hazards are also a liability. If your tree, or one of its limbs, damages someone else’s property or hurts another person, that could easily result in a costly lawsuit.

Whether you’re worried, or you just want to be sure, the last thing you want to do is neglect it and assume everything is okay. You want to follow through on having your tree inspected and determined if it is really dangerous or if some of the issues you’re noticing aren’t true causes for concern.

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Tree Inventory Lists Promote Longevity

Thursday, September 08, 2016

If you’ve ever studied Thomas Jefferson, you know he kept unbelievably detailed journals, diaries, and records about everyday life. Jefferson maintained extensive tree and garden inventories at his famous home, Monticello, and these records were used as living manuals for what worked, what didn’t and what could be done better to care for the estate’s beloved landscape.

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Tree Safety - An Everyday Practice

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Back in December, we posted a blog titled, Tree Care Safety – First, Last and Always!, and we weren’t joking. When you are in our line of work, safety must be a top priority. Our daily tasks require us to be very high off the ground, we spend time working in diseased and/or pest-infested trees with brittle and unstable branches, we cut branches off old-growth trees that are larger than some full-grown trees. Our work is dangerous – and safety practices are an essential part of our every move to ensure we keep our clients, their homes and our staff safe and happy.

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Fixing Tree Problems from a Neighbor's Property

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

We spend lots of time creating blog posts and newsletters about how to take care of your own trees. But, what’s the process when the problem – dead or dangling branches, diseases, or even pests – are emanating from a neighboring property?

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Tree Care Safety - First, Last and Always

Friday, December 04, 2015

Safety is the name of the game in the tree care industry – or at least, it should be. Just consider this recent article on the CDC website about another tree trimmer death in California. Tree trimming fatalities are not the norm, but they are certainly a risk.

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