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Maintain Cutter Wheel for Best Stump Cutter Performance

  • Tools of the Trade: Pole Pruner

    Tools of the Trade: Pole Pruner

    Article provided in collaboration with STIHL For a tree care company that does not want to use a climber for basic pruning and tree trimming jobs, a pole pruner can be a good option; and if properly selected and used, can impact the efficiency and economics of the tree service business. “A pole pruner allows […]

  • Building Your Reputation and Gaining New Customer’s Through Angie’s List
  • A Real-World Education Learned Along the Way
  • Managing Tree Care Equipment Fleets

    Managing Tree Care Equipment Fleets

    Matching brush chipper infeed capacity to specific tree care tasks enhances processing efficiency and chipper performance. Many factors can influence the efficiency and productivity of tree care equipment, although none likely more important than effectively managing equipment fleets. Model selection The staple of a successful professional tree care service company is the brush chipper. Identifying […]

  • Forming a Financial Advisory Team

    Forming a Financial Advisory Team

    Article provided in collaboration with Compass Financial Services Most owners of tree care companies bring one very valuable asset to the job — they know the tree business. They know how to identify problems, how to trim trees and remove branches, and how to select and operate the tree care equipment that makes them efficient […]

  • The Basic Force in Rigging Operations

    The Basic Force in Rigging Operations

    Article contributed by North American Training Solutions Rigging systems in tree care operations may have any number of goals, perhaps to direct the fall of an entire tree in a particular direction with mechanical advantage; to lower, under control, large wood or branches from high in the tree’s canopy; or to lift a wind-thrown tree […]

  • Research Your Buying Decision

    Research Your Buying Decision

    Article contributed by ArborWear When was the last time you bought a piece of equipment just because you liked the color? My guess is NEVER. In fact, most tree care operators I know spend a good chunk of time researching equipment before they make a purchase. They read the specs, look at the options and […]

  • Climb Safe! It’s all in the Tools and Training

    Climb Safe! It’s all in the Tools and Training

    Article contributed by SherrillTree “Climb safe” is a common signature among co-workers in emails and other correspondence within the tree care industry, and for all the right reasons: tree care, tree removal and related tree climbing are some of the most dangerous activities and occupations in which a person can be involved. This industry is […]

  • Leveraging the Wealthiest Market on the Planet

    Leveraging the Wealthiest Market on the Planet

    Article provided courtesy of Judith M. Guido Most of us would agree with the fact that men and women are different. Think John Gray’s famous book, “Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus.” Most people get the obvious differences, yet the majority of industry folks don’t understand that women’s buying criteria and preferences are […]

  • Chain Saw Safety Handling and Best Practices

    Chain Saw Safety Handling and Best Practices

    Article contributed by ArborMaster In any profession it is vital that workers be familiar with and abide by industry regulations, safety guidelines and approved work methods. Safety, skill and productivity are essential in order to achieve successful results when working with trees. Staying up to date with best practices, tools and techniques can be a […]