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Pruning Standards

Are you considering having your trees pruned and wondering who to call? In addition to being TCIA (Tree Care Industry Association) accredited, Bartlett Certified Arborists follow the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standards for tree pruning and safety.

Posted in Bartlett Tree Experts, Certifications and Training, Tree Pruning

Structural Pruning

A Must-Do for All Trees Near Buildings or Walkways Picture a tree in a forest, growing straight up through a shady canopy with a single stem, stretching for the sunlight above. Now think of a tree in your landscape. Growing

Posted in Tree Pruning

Predictive Analytics for Tree Care

We live in an age where computers increasingly play an ever-larger role in all facets of how we manage large amounts of information. Companies like Amazon and Apple use data to help forecast future decision-making and consulting firms such as Deloitte

Posted in Bartlett Tree Experts, Fertilization, Pests and Diseases, Tree Pruning, Tree Research, Tree Safety, Urban Tree Care Tagged with: property management, tree care, tree inventory

Hooksett Employees Participate in NHAA Fall Workday at NH State Veterans Cemetery

On October 19, 2013, Hooksett employees Joe Davis (Arborist Rep.), Rich Herfurth (Div. 1 Safety & Training Coordinator) and crew members Dan Stouch, Daron Moser, and Morgan Roy donated their time, skills, and equipment at the annual New Hampshire Arborists

Posted in Tree Pruning, Volunteering Tagged with: arborists, new hampshire, tree service, volunteering

Pruning at 60 Feet Up

Posted in Tree Pruning

Being a leader in the tree care industry means continually focusing on learning and innovation. Bartlett’s Tree Topics blog follows in that tradition by offering a place to receive advice on trees, tree pests, tree preservation, and more.

Make an appointment with your local Arborist Representative to discover why Bartlett is the leader in professional tree care.