Your crew did indeed arrive at my house on Friday, April 15th at 8am, right on time and ready to work! It seemed like only a few minutes and the first climber was in a tree cutting off limbs! Your (Scott & Robyn) crew did an excellent job with a couple of difficult trees and
We were at work and came home to a project well done. In addition, our neighbors filled us in on the fact that such good care was taken with the whole process - being careful with existing plants below the fir tree and especially with clean up. Thanks again. Bobbi S. - Vancouver, WA
We've all felt the pain of a bad haircut. Now, with gardening season here, the city of Vancouver wants to save the local trees from suffering the same fate. Scott Clifton of TreeWise LLC said oftentimes people plant trees for their aesthetics without considering how much they’ll actually grow. He argues it’s best to just
Why Cable and Brace Trees? Justin is setting up a Cable and Bracing system to prevent future damage to this beautiful, 100 year old English Walnut tree. This type of cabling and bracing system helps prevent the large limb from splitting or breaking and may even help the tree to survive another hundred years.
Competitive Quotes If you are looking for competitive bids on tree work – you need to know a few things about the tree care industry. First, you should know that the majority of tree care companies understand very little about trees. They are in the market for tree removal only and make their money by
Are homeowners responsible for tree care-related accidents on their property? Unfortunately, the answer isn’t simple. It depends on several factors: state law, the circumstances of the accident, and the type of insurance coverage the homeowner and contractor each possess. “Liability is a complicated issue, but even so, there are several steps all homeowners can take
A windstorm knocked down half of this ash tree, but the homeowner found a company to quickly address the issue. (Photo courtesy of Angie’s List member Larry D. of Vancouver, Wash.) Date Published: Aug 13 2014 by Tom Moor – Angie’s List When a windstorm toppled down half of Larry D.’s ash tree onto his
Vancouver’s Urban Forestry Program aims to maximize the aesthetic, environmental and economic benefits that trees provide to city residents and visitors by preserving, managing and enhancing existing trees and other vegetation and promoting the reforestation of the urban area, through an active integrated program with community support and participation. Visit their website
Many thanks to our new and return customers for a very successful first year. We really appreciate your business. Much love to Justin, Brandon and Cristian for being such incredible young men.Your dedication, hard work and wonderful attitudes help to make us an awesome team.