Tree Trimming Bellevue!
We want to build a scenario to prove a point here. So you are at a restaurant and you order a steak if the waiter does not ask you how you like your steak cook you may be eating at a place that is not as fancy as you may like. Some of you may even feel offended if the waiter forgets to ask you. How does this relate to tree trimming? Well, this happens a lot with gardeners and other people that you have, taking care of your trees. They just come in and do the same job on all of the houses. That is just flat out wrong if you ask us. Our tree trimming services are unique to each tree that we come across!
Coming Up With A Plan
Since we just talked about how our services are unique it would only make sense that we would come up with an individual plan for your property. That is exactly what we do. First, we inspect all of the trees on the premise. This may seem a little bit excessive, but we take measurements, we make sure that nothing seems odd. Then what we will do is consult with you and ask you about what you want your trees to look like! We add all of that up and we come up with a plan!
Actually Getting To Trim
We would like to be able to get up close and personal with a lot of the trees that we work on. A lot of times though it would not be the best idea to bring some tall ladders and install all over your property and have it look like a circus. At times we may use a pole saw, trimmer or pruner on taller trees. If we find though that there are some signs of a potential sickness then we may go up there and have a closer look!
As we are sure that you know if you have a tree you are going to need to trim it at least several times a year. In the plan that we draw up, we set reasonable time frames that will indicate when our next visit to your property is. Even though we have recurring services we won’t tie you down with a long term contract. If at any time you feel you are not fully satisfied with the way we are treating your trees you can call off our services!
In certain areas of the country, landscapers know that they need to start preparing the trees for the next snow storm. Around here we are no different. It is always a good idea to trim your trees according to the season. You may want to let them grow out a little bit more during the summer. Then trim them down during the fall and winter to make sure that they won’t be a problem for you when the next big storm hits!
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