Tuesday, February 15, 2022

This is a Great Time of Year to Prune Trees.

With spring just around the corner, having your Northern Nevada trees pruned in winter is the best time to perform that task. While here is never a bad time to remove dead, damaged or diseased branches, most trees benefit from pruning in the mid- to late winter. Greg Chavez of The Tree Professional of Reno is just the guy to do it!

Why is it important to have your trees pruned in the first place? By opening up the canopy to let light and air filter through the entire tree, it allows for increased foliage while decreasing the risk of disease. And don’t forget safety. Well-pruned trees are simply stronger and healthier. Dead branches, diseased trees and weak limbs are all are dangerous to people and property.

Tree pruning is one of the many talents of The Tree Professional of Reno. Greg and his crew will take care of such issues as tree and stump removal, pruning, and manicuring bushes on your Northern Nevada property. Call Greg at (775) 420-8694. See the many talents of The Tree Professional at thetreeprofessional.com.

Tuesday, February 1, 2022

Grind it or Remove it…That is the Question.

Should an old tree stump on your Northern Nevada property be ground down, or removed from the roots? People’s idea of this may vary. The Tree Professional of Reno believes that a tree stump should be ground down most of the time. Remember…those chips that are left behind may be used for mulch.

Greg Chavez, the owner of The Tree Professional, subscribes to the theory that an old tree stump might not cause problems in the beginning, but the longer it remains, the more it can become a nuisance. It could be not just annoying, but a downright hazard for your family and pedestrians as well!

The Tree Professional of Reno, NV is just a phone call away at (775) 420-8694. They will come out to your Northern Nevada property and decide if those unsightly tree stumps should be removed or ground into a fine mulch. The Tree Professional’s work can be seen on their website at thetreeprofessional.com.