Work Hiatus

I’ve recently had an offer to take part in a large & long-term service contract and have decided to take the opportunity. As such, I will have less availability until approximately October 2021.

If I have done work for you previously and you have new work you’d like done, please contact me. If I’m unable to schedule your job in the time frame you request, I will provide referrals where I am able to.

I will also respond to all new customer inquiries, but my availability for new work will depend on what openings I have left after servicing current customers.

Thank you to everyone who has used my services the past several years and thank you for your patience through this year.


Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all my customers. Thank you again for trusting me to remove, prune,...
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Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all my customers. It was another year of hard work for excellent...
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Tree Pest Control Services

I currently offer spraying of small trees for two common problems in the area - Fungicide spraying for Cherry Leaf...
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Thank You

To everyone that hired my services this past year - thank you. The next couple months will bring pruning and...
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Maple On A Roof in Raleigh

A customer that I had worked for previously called me to come see if I could remove a large Maple...
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Evaluating Your Trees

I recommend tree removal where there is (or will be) a poor match between the tree and the site it is...
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Maple in Cary – Insect and Root Problems

Late last year a man contacted me through the website with pictures of a maple tree in his front yard....
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Tree Watering – Fall Planted Trees

HOW To Water Expect about 45 seconds of watering at a medium to strong flow rate per gallon of the...
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Tree Planting Service

Need a tree for your yard? Looking for a tree selected and planted with care? I can help you. Total...
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Finishing The Job

I completed the removal of a dead Crape Myrtle recently and I was surprised to hear a now familiar story:...
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