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|Posted on September 21, 2013 at 11:03 PM||comments (0)|
Recently I ate dinner on the last night of a Tucson favorite. Anthony's in the Catalina's. For years Tucsonian's have enjoyed Anthony Martino and His fine dining, it is a loss that Tucson will take a long time to grieve. Thank you so Much Mr. Martino for all the years of Service here in Tucson, Arizona.
That same weekend we ran into Lute Olson for the second time over the last couple of weeks and expressed to him our appreciation for all the great memories over the years. Tucson, Arizona has very few National things to root for and our University of Arizona Basketball Team and Lute Olson have been the joy for many of us for over 30 years. Thank you Lute for all the great years of Service to our Town, the Fans and Kids that went through your organization. As a fellow Olson I feel a need to give more of myself doing Tree Service in Tucson. Whether doing Tree Trimming or Tree Removal in Tucson, Arizona we always want to give our best. Every Tucsonian has to try their hardest to make Tucson a better place for all of us and Lute Olson and Anthony Martino have done that for Tucson, Arizona.
On behalf of Tucson, we here at Tree Removal Service Tucson and our Staff want to extend Discounted Tree Services for Anthony Martino and Lute Olson in Tucson, Arizona. A heartfelt thank you from the Olson family and this little town we call home.
|Posted on September 1, 2013 at 8:46 PM||comments (0)|
|Posted on January 6, 2013 at 10:44 AM||comments (0)|
Wow! Tree Removal Service Tucson is the Winner of the 2012 Angie's List Super Service Award! Thank you all so much! From the bottom of my families heart I want to thank all of our friends and loyal customers who have went out their way to write over 24 straight A reviews and other positive stuff around the web and on paper sent to our office. It absolutely makes me proud to be a Tucsonian and part of this community.
In a world that seems to be loosing it's love of life, Friend's, God and Family, we are blessed to be surrounded by great people and meet more of them every day. Tree Removal Service Tucson has become something greater than a tree service company in Tucson. It has become a standard of service, although not perfect, we strive and teach our guy's to treat everyone like family. Also the concept of not overcharging because we can has allowed people to trust our character and not search for a better price.
Thank you so much from the bottom of my heart. Our company has many other tree cutters trying to ride our coat tails by saying they are Tree Removal Service Tucson, saying that they have a Chris working for them, and then at times saying that we are not licensed and saying other bad things about us. Do not be fooled and we know that the truth will come out in the wash and we hope that nobody is hurt by them with poor workmanship in the progress. Our hope is that every other tree company would take on the character and motto that our company has become known for. WE ARE NOT PERFECT, but simply by trying in every phase of business try to treat you like family, whether it be price, service or just a simple conversation about what we think is in your best interest, (sometimes meaning that we make no money) we have created a community based Tree Trimming business that truly cares about Tucson, Arizona and the people who live here.
Tucson is a great small town and as we grow we do not need to become rude like the bigger cities are. Treating others with respect because in time we will all run into each other again. Lets all take care of each other, hope the best for each other and be an example to the world of how different people with different backgrounds can live in harmony. It may sound like a dream, but if you met the Thousands of Tucsonian's every year that I do while out doing estimates for Tree Trimming and Tree Removal, and saw how nice we all are despite political, religious and ethnic differences, you would appreciate the great place that Tucson is and how much better we could be. Our Tree Service strives to be a positive part of this.
As a member of Tree Removal Service Tucson I will continue to try to do our part in being the best Tree Service in Tucson and a positive influence in our community. Thank you for making us the Winner of the 2012 Angie's List Super Service Award! and we hope to see you soon.
|Posted on January 5, 2013 at 5:46 PM||comments (0)|
So what is lions tailing? It is an unrecognized pruning practice by the ISA and ANSI Pruning Standards. It is widely done in Tucson by uneducated Arborist and is as dangerous as topping to the health of the tree.
Basically as shown in the picture, it is the removal of all lateral branches on a parent branch leaving only a cluster of leaves or shoots at the end of the parent branch. The end result is a dead branch. Photosynthesis and moisture drawn from soil to feed a branch is basically done by evaporation from the holes on a leaf and the process creates suction and a demand for water on the other end. (root) If you lion's tale a branch you are putting a lot of stress on a few leaves to draw the water all the way down that long branch to complete the process. It becomes impossible and the tree will kill of the branch. The lateral branches are stagers that work in unison with the parent branch to draw moisture to that point making it easier to pull the moisture the rest of the way.
If we check back on this tree in a year the shown branch will be dead and the tree will have waisted vital nutrition and energy trying to feed the damaged lower branch.
Read our other blog on tree topping to help understand and we have multiple blogs on tree morphosis that will help you understand the needs of a tree.
Arizona lack's licensing for Tree Maintenance and even for Landscapers (who are not Arborists) there is no trade test requiring one to retain knowledge of tree's and proper care. It is a missing area in the Statutes of Arizona and overlooked the the Registrar of Contractors. We hope to see the day that the problem is corrected and until then please be sure to hie an educated Arborist providing Tree Service for Tucson. As always we are here to help and hope that this article "Lions Tailing done by uneducated Arborist in Tucson, Arizona." was a helpful resource to you.
|Posted on August 5, 2012 at 10:47 AM||comments (0)|
|Posted on October 21, 2011 at 4:02 PM||comments (0)|
Tree Removal Service Tucson is a leader in Tucson Tree Services and showed that by donating over 5,000.00$ in its Tree Removal Services to help with the removals of the Oleanders at Reid Park Zoo. After helping with 2 phases of the overall planned 3 phases, Tree Removal Service Tucson will discontinue it's relationship TLC Tree Services in Tucson. We appreciate the Zoo and it's positive impact in our community and we hope that our contribution helped. For years we have been Tucson's leader in Tree Removal and wanted to show how we care by helping with this charity event.
For years we have been striving to be the best Tree Service in Tucson. Often that comes at a price. What started as Expert Tree Removal has advanced into some of the best Tree Trimming and Tree Care that you can get by a trained Arborist. We hope that our heart to charity stays the same as we continue to develop our Tree Service and learn better the arts of Tree Trimming and Tree Removal. See you on the field! :)
|Posted on September 4, 2011 at 11:47 AM||comments (0)|
Tree Removal Service Tucson has come together to help with TLC Tree Care Tucson to offer charitable services to the Reid Park Zoo helping with the Removal of Oleanders.
The plants have wreaked havoc on the Reid Park Zoo and we feel it our responsibility, as a community, to help in any way we are able. Following our tradition of customer service and putting Tucson first, we are happy to contribute a little of our time in this matter, as the Reid Park Zoo has contributed so much to our community.
Our Staff will be working at the Zoo on Friday (6am) September 9th, and we will work till mid day trying not to disturb the Zoo's busy hours. Our hope for the day is to make some progress, the overall job is very vast and will have to be done in phases over time, of which we will only help in part.
The Reid Park Zoo can use contributions to help with the removals. Check the Channel 4 news article at
|Posted on March 21, 2011 at 11:47 PM||comments (0)|
|Posted on February 27, 2011 at 8:49 AM||comments (0)|
As you know we are all about the lowest price and giving free tips. We need your help now!
A simple like on our facebook page would help a ton.
|Posted on February 9, 2011 at 11:44 PM||comments (0)|