Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Tree Trimming Safety Tips.

When a big ‘ole tree decides to become a problem, it has no respect for what time of year it is.  Reno winters can be very harsh, but if a tree needs to be removed from your property a professional approach must be taken.  Trying to remove a tree as an amateur is a bit like trying to remove a tooth by yourself!

Here is what a professional will do about that hazardous tree –


1.)        Inspect the area around the task.
2.)        Locate any power lines.
3.)        Wait until the weather improves.
4.)        Wearing the proper gear is mandatory.
5.)        If there is pressure then small cuts need to be made to relieve it.

Tree removal (especially this time of year) needs to be done by a Tree Professional.  Who better to do it than The Tree Professionals?  That is the name of the tree removal and trimming service that serves Reno and Northern Nevada.  Never, ever tackle this task by yourself.  Call Greg Chavez of The Tree Professionals at (775) 420-8694.

$99 Night Out Reno Philharmonic

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Enjoy a Night Out with the Reno Phil and our partner restaurants!








Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Did you Notice that Tree?

Perhaps you own a business in the Reno area and you open your doors every day without taking a careful look around your property.  Sometimes, business owners are so absorbed in the bottom line they forget about natural hazards that lurk just outside the front door.  Maybe it is that tree that is coming dangerously close to your building.

Before winter hits with all of its fury, this would be an excellent time to address that issue.  A fallen tree at the wrong time in the wrong place can set your business back for days…or worse, actually harm a customer!  No, no, no not my bread and butter…you need to act immediately if you notice a potentially harmful tree.

Greg Chavez to the rescue!  Greg and his team at The Tree Professionals (nice name, indeed) will handle that menacing tree once and for all quickly and safely.  The Tree Professionals are Northern Nevada’s commercial tree removal experts.  Today is the day to give them a call…just leave a message if it’s nighttime at (775) 420-8694.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Thanksgiving Day Weekend Activities and Events

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"Thanksgiving Day and weekend in Reno and Sparks have many options for participating in family friendly events. It's a time when activities revolve around good food and visiting with family and friends."



Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Getting Trimmed Before the Snow Flies.

Hedges and shrubs make your home and property something you can be proud of.  If they are not properly cared for your estate might start looking like Wuthering Heights!  Everyone notices your landscaping.  Even if the inside of your home is a mess, the way your property looks reflects on your family every time someone drives by.

Just look at the practical side of the equation.  If a shrub or hedge has grown into a pathway it creates not only an eyesore, but a hazard.  The proper trimming and maintenance of those living accent pieces is the difference of how you and the public look at your living conditions.  Sometimes people just let things get away from them.

Before winter really sets in this is a great time to have the work done.  The right choice every time is The Tree Professional.  Greg Chavez and his hardworking crew are Reno’s shrub and hedge trimming pros.  Before much longer you will have to wait until spring, so do it now!  Call the Tree Professionals of Northern Nevada at (775) 420-8694. 

Off Beat Music Festival, Nov 2 - 4

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Three Days of Music and Fun in #RenoTahoe!

 

 





Monday, October 16, 2017

Tree Huggers Stay Away!

This a tree you DO NOT want to hug.  It’s a tree that has fallen on or next to a power line.  About one out of five unplanned power outages in America are caused by trees and other vegetation growing too close to power lines.  High winds in Northern Nevada can (and often do) cause trees to fall on lines of communication.

Trees and electricity don’t mix!  Just having a tree growing too close to a power line is a source of great potential danger.  There is the risk of fire in dry conditions.  Electricity can travel from the top of the tree directly to the ground.  Obviously, those that touch such foliage are subject to shock and even electrocution.

So, what’s next?  The answer is obvious.  In the Reno area you call the Tree Professional.  He is Greg Chavez…Northern Nevada’s safe tree remover.  Let his years of expertise come into play as he removes those potential hazards from your property.  Don’t even THINK about doing it yourself!  Call Greg Chavez of The Tree Professional at (775) 420-8694.