Monday, October 15, 2018

Tree Removal…Safety First!

Above all else, when you are removing a tree from your Reno area property it is always about safety.  If done improperly people and pets can be hurt.  Tree trimming operations require climbing and pruning, often with portable power tools like chainsaws, trimmers, and an aerial lift.  Unless you are Paul Bunyan, these may not be items that you keep around the house.

Here are some of the steps that a true tree professional will take –

1.  Protection of the hands with leather lineman’s gloves
2.  Make sure everyone at the site including passersby are safe
3.  Don’t use tools that conduct electricity
4.  Keep a minimum distance from power lines
5.  A thorough inspection of cracks and other weaknesses before the climb

Safety first when trimming or entirely removing a tree is absolutely essential!  That is why Greg and his team at The Tree Professionals take great pride in their safety record.  It will always be their top priority when they set foot on your property.  When it is time to remove or trim one or more trees on your Northern Nevada land call The Tree Professionals at (775) 420-8694.

Slaughterhouse Returns to Greater Nevada Field!

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The 2018 Slaughterhouse, Reno’s largest Haunted Attraction, is back and better than ever for the 13th straight year, with a newly added attraction, “THE TERROR TRAIN!”

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Healthy as a Prune.

That is not an expression that is prominent in the American lexicon, but when a tree is properly pruned it promotes good health and longevity for that trusty monument in your yard.  Pruning will also keep your trees safe for humans and pets and allow them to grow at a pace they were intended to in the first place.

So, why should you have your trees pruned?

1.  Beauty…dead limbs and unsightly growth areas will be removed.
2.  The tree will be ready to face a harsh winter.
3.  In fruit trees, it will promote production.
4.  Prevent disease from spreading.

Pruning the trees on your property on a yearly basis just makes sense…doing it yourself does not!  That is why you always call The Tree Professionals.  They are Reno’s and Northern Nevada’s tree pruning professionals.  This job is best done by a pro.  Those pros are The Tree Professionals.  Give Greg and his team a call at (775) 420-8694.

Monday, September 17, 2018

Out Darn Stump.

With apologies to Shakespeare, an unsightly tree stump is like an annoying looking spot on an otherwise pristine article of clothing.  Do you like looking at old tree stumps when you peer outside of your window?  What do you think that neighbors and people driving by your property think of them?

Here are some other reasons why stump removal should be a high priority –

1. They are downright dangerous!  Anyone can trip over them.
2.  When they decay they attract insects.
3.  Something called “sucker growth” continues from the stump itself.
4.  Stumps harbor disease that can spread to healthy plants on your property.

Stumps or no stumps that is the question (again, apologies to the Bard).  Unsightly, decaying tree stumps on your property is NOT the business.  Removing them IS the business of The Tree Professional.  Greg and his team will remove tree stumps quickly, efficiently, economically, and completely.  If you live in the Reno area call him today at (775) 420-8694.

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Reno, NV • September 12 – 16, 2018

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"Taking place each year during the month of September, just north of Reno, the Reno Air Races have become a tradition for Northern Nevadan’s and an attraction for aviation enthusiasts from across the country."

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

What Constitutes a Tree Emergency?

Snow storms, rain storms, wind storms – they are all a part of Northern Nevada.  Occasionally, they knock down trees. And when they do, the safest thing to do is call a tree service company experienced in emergency tree removal. If you haven’t dealt with a fallen tree before, or even if you have, here are the steps you should take if a tree has fallen on your property.

1.  Think safety first.  Block off the area.
2.  Check the power lines.  You may have to turn off the juice.
3.  Did the tree fall onto a neighbor’s property?  Make sure that matter is considered.
4.  Now, call a pro.

Exactly, call a professional tree removal company.  Did you know that there is a company that has been serving Reno and surrounding Northern Nevada for years that just happens to be called The Tree Professional?  Perfect!  Greg and his crew have been dealing with tree removal emergencies for decades.  Call him right away at (775) 420-8694.