What are these trees that shed their leaves every year?There are dozens of varieties that grow
around Northern Nevada.So, when is the
best time to prune them?February
through March is generally regarded as the best time to prune most deciduous
trees.The absence of foliage at this
time of year gives the individual a clear view of the tree.
Deciduous trees can be pruned at other times during this
year of 2020 with little or no negative consequences.However, if possible, avoid pruning deciduous
trees in spring when the trees are leafing out and in fall when the trees are
dropping their leaves.We are obviously
right in the heart of deciduous tree pruning season.
Now, the ball is in your court.Isn’t it an optimal time to call The Tree
Professional of Northern Nevada to have those deciduous trees trimmed?Sure, it is!Call Greg and he, along with his crew, will make sure those trees on
your property are more beautiful than ever come spring.Just call The Tree Professional of Reno at
Maybe or maybe not depending on your perspective.Usually, by the time it snows around Reno,
trees have lost their leaves and are looking bleak.A light covering of snow is not likely to
cause any harm.In fact, it can provide
some beautiful photo ops. While most
plants are dormant in the winter, frost and snow will not affect its growing
patterns, but it can affect its shape.
If you notice snow is pulling branches out of their natural
shape, you could use a soft broom to gently sweep it off.Warning…using a heavy snow shovel to knock
off snow can cause even more damage!If
you can, try to remove the snow even while there’s still snow falling.If you wait until the storm is over, it may
be too late.
If heavy winter snows around Northern Nevada challenge the
health and safety of the trees on your property don’t hesitate to call The Tree
Professional.That’s Greg Chavez and his
team in Reno at (775) 420-8694.It may
all look beautiful, but safety always comes first so call The Tree Professional
of Northern Nevada.
When a service business gives service veterans a healthy
discount that is very special.Why does
The Tree Professional offer a 20% discount to veterans?Well, it creates a positive impression of
your company among people in and outside of the military. 94% of current and
past military personnel and their families say that they appreciate when a
company offers a discount.
The military consumers that have been surveyed appreciate
military discounts.68% currently take
advantage of military discounts.It provides
our service members, veterans, and their families with the recognition they
deserve.Oh, by the way, we offer the
same discount to the disabled and to senior citizens.
We believe in beautifying Northern Nevada…one tree or shrub
at a time!We hope that you have 2020
vision in the new year as you assess the health and longevity of your
property.The Tree Professional will
keep tree overgrowth in check.Give us a
call at The Tree Professional of Reno.That phone number is (775) 420-8694.
It’s nice to know that after your family has enjoyed the
Christmas season in Reno and Northern Nevada that there places to take your
tree that give it a new purpose.Christmas trees are turned into mulch and used for park and weed
abatement projects.See, the life of
your Christmas tree is not just confined to December 2019.
Here are some places to have your tree recycled –
Regional Park off Lakeside Drive
Complex on Virginia Street
Christmas trees are meant to be enjoyed and used again
through recycling for years to come.The
Tree Professional of Reno wants you to have a safe, happy, and sensible holiday
season and hopes that whenever you need them to trim or remove trees on your
property in 2020 you will think of The Tree Professional.Merry Christmas from the Chavez family to
This winter will be an excellent time to prune away those
plants and trees here in the Reno area. During this time, most plants and trees
go to sleep (that’s right, they hibernate like a big old bear!).This will ready them so that they can reach
full bloom in the spring.It promotes
plant health and protects people and property.
Here are winter tips to successful pruning –
2.Don’t prune trees
during snow or rain storms.
3.Cut where the
branches and trees meet.
4.Don’t chop off too
professional tree trimmer.
When it comes to pruning, trimming, or entirely removing
trees from your Northern Nevada property play it safe.Call The Tree Professional.Why wouldn’t you when the alternative can possibly
be dangerous and is certainly taxing?The Tree Professional will come out to your Reno area property and
assess the job.Just call Greg at (775)