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By: Alice W.
Newcomb Tree Service
I had a difficult job with 10 tall pines (up to 70' tall) and 5 big hardwoods on a steep hill above my home, some as close as 15'. I called on 3 companies for quotes & all were professional, capable & experienced but Newcomb’s price was by far the least. Pat Newcomb (owner) came out to discuss the job, make recommendations & the quote. My job started 10 days later & was completed in 2 days. The crew leaders always communicated the progress, asked my preference on things, left the job clean, brush picked up/raked and grass seeded where needed. They even took my wood chips & dumped them in my backyard so I could spread them later. Pat Newcomb (owner) visited the job site both days to check on the job. The big crew worked well together as a team. I believe their price is so competitive because the crew is large, they know their role on the job, there are many pieces of heavy machinery for time/labor efficiency, large dump trucks to move the logs & debris off quickly. Very pleased!
By: Joanne M.
Trees Unlimited
The crew arrived on date promised and were professional and courteous. They went above and beyond our expectations and will be our tree service from now on! Thanks so much!
By: carlpatterson
Organic Tree Services
Very friendly service, with a high level of professionalism and safety. Had them come to my house and they gave a free estimate and were polite and patient while I described what I was thinking about having done. After checking a couple other options I chose organic tree services to trim two trees and remove a dead one. Since then I have had them back again to help recreate a view I had lost over the years and continue to be pleased with their work.
By: karlijn
Top Notch Tree
These guys were great. They not only took care of my oak tree, but they also provided a lot of advice for maintaining my other trees. They are a very professional and would highly recommend them.
Tips & Advices
Trees take years to grow and can add value to a property, and a lightning strike can destroy a tree in a instant. Many arborists offer lightning protection systems that can protect trees from being damaged by lightning strikes. These systems use copper cables to ensure that in a lightning strike, the lightning is harmlessly diverted to the soil.
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Arborists can tell which species of trees are most likely to thrive in your location based on soil conditions and local climate. Also, trees need to be planted at the proper depth to thrive, and an arborist will provide guidance in this area.
Tree trimming can be quite dangerous for the person doing it, and the U.S Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries lists it as one of the most hazardous professions in the nation. Falling branches can cause injury, and electrocution can occur if tree pruning takes place in close proximity to power lines. For these reasons, tree pruning is best handled by a skilled professional.
Tree pruning can have a huge aesthetic impact, and, if artfully done, it can greatly improve a tree's appearance. Tree pruning can also boost the health of your landscape. By thinning a tree's canopy with pruning, the tree and the landscape beneath it will be able to access more air and sunlight, resulting in improved vitality.

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