Tree Maintenance Tool: Part 3 – Rope Chain Saw

Top Tree LLC is looking forward to being your best and only choice when looking for your tree care professional.  We have the experience and knowledge to make sure the job gets done right. A good rope chain saw has a patented two-way cutting blade that allows you to remove limbs as high as 16″ overhead. A rope chain saw also allows you to safely cut a 3″ limb in a matter of seconds....
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Tree Maintenance Tool: Part 1 – Folding Pruners

Top Tree LLC is looking forward to being your best and only choice when looking for your tree care professional.  We have the experience and knowledge to make sure the job gets done right. There are a lot of tools you can use to prune trees here in the Tri Cities. Depending on the size of the job, you will want to use some tools more than others. One tool that is very versatile is a folding tree...
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Tree Maintenance Tool: Part 2 – Loppers and Pole Pruners

Top Tree LLC is looking forward to being your best and only choice when looking for your tree care professional.  We have the experience and knowledge to make sure the job gets done right. There are many tools you can use to prune a tree. Depending on the size and scale of the job, you will want to use some tools more than others. One tool that is very versatile is a pole pruner & lopper. A...
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Maintenance Tips: Part 3 – Pruning Your Trees

Top Tree LLC is looking forward to being your best and only choice when looking for your tree care professional.  We have the experience and knowledge to make sure the job gets done right. When researching how much to prune a tree, as little as possible is often the best rule of thumb. Pruning place stress on a tree and increase its vulnerability to disease. Never should you prune more than 25%...
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Maintenance Tips: Part 2 – Pruning Your Trees

Top Tree LLC is looking forward to being your best and only choice when looking for your tree care professional.  We have the experience and knowledge to make sure the job gets done right. There are three steps to pruning large branches. Make a small wedge shaped cut on the underside of the branch just on the branch side of the stem collar. This will break the bark at that point and prevent a...
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