During this time of year as the mid-term elections approach
stumping takes on a specific meaning.If
that stump is from an old tree in your yard it has a whole different
meaning.Many homeowners around Reno
will choose to ignore a simple tree stump.This may be a really bad idea for your family.
There are several good reasons for removing a tree stump –
1.Curb appeal.No one wants to look at that nasty thing.
value.Yours is worth more when not
dotted with stumps.
3.Safety.Nothing good comes from tripping over one.
space.Plant some flowers in that spot
Now to the point.Who
should you trust to remove that (or those) tree stump(s) from your
property.The logical choice is Northern
Nevada’s Tree Professional.Greg and his
team will get rid of that unsightly growth and help beautify your Reno area
home. Don’t hesitate another day.Call the Tree Professional at (775) 420-8694.
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There is a sound we never want to hear if you or a loved one are climbing one of your trees to do your own trimming. It’s “shocking” how many homeowners are injured trying to trim trees near overhead electrical wires. Tackling a project on your own that may otherwise cost some money certainly can be gratifying, but come on! Where do you draw the line?
Terrible accidents can happen when a homeowner uses pole-mounted cutting tools and/or metal ladders to trim backyard trees and shrubs. Too often, an energized overhead wire is not noticed and is touched by pruning tools, causing injury or death…ZAAAP! You know better, right? Don’t try to be the Paul Bunyan of Northern Nevada.
So, there it is. You can try to be a hero and save a few bucks, or you can call The Tree Professional. That’s right www.thetreeprofessional.com Reno’s premier tree removal, trimming, and pruning service. Greg and his crew are used to dancing with electrical wires. Let them do the dirty work! Call (775) 420-8694 today.
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No, not from the sun…although it is good to keep an eye on
that as well.What have you done about
your spring-flowering trees and shrubs?Trees and shrubs that bloom in the spring season such as lilac,
rhododendron, magnolia, mock orange and forsythia, all bear flowers on wood
formed the previous year.
Arborists have determined that the best time
to prune these plants is immediately after they finish flowering in late
spring.Since summer is underway, it is
really important to keep your spring bloomers be as healthy as possible by
removing 1/4 to 1/2 of the oldest shoots all the way to the ground - this will
allow younger stems to thrive.
Your local arborists are The Tree Professionals serving all
of the Reno area.They have been pruning
all types of trees in Northern Nevada for many years.Whatever is needed on your property,
trimming, pruning, removal, or hauling please give Greg and his team a call for
your next important tree-care project at (775) 420-8694.
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