Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Rules for Trees.

Did you know that there were such things in Northern Nevada?  These municipal regulations provide authority over trees, define responsibilities, offer guidance to residents and establish minimum standards for a community’s tree program.  Tree ordinances are a tool that help local officials implement community forestry programs.

Sometimes it is as simple as planting the wrong types of trees in limited spaces which can displace sidewalks and result in tripping hazards.  Tree roots can also cause damage to curbs, gutters and streets resulting in costly repairs and replacement.  Other tree ordinance provisions require that only Certified Arborists can get tree work permits.

All of this should lead to the obvious choice of The Tree Professional of Northern Nevada when caring for the trees on your property.  Greg Chavez is a licensed arborist who is “one with nature” when it comes to trees.  Always remember Greg and his team of Tree Professionals by calling (775) 420-8694.

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Dine and Party on Valentine's Day around Reno and Lake Tahoe

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"Valentine's Day 2020 is on Friday, February 14. Reno and Sparks have a number of excellent dining places that will be serving from special menus for you and your sweetheart on Valentine's Day."

Deciduous Trees.

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 (775) 420-8694.