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With winter fading and spring approaching, Beth Waller and Jen Avery from What Matters decided to get some tree care tips from local tree service expert, Jack Donohue of Timber Works Tree Care. Watch the interview featured in What Matters Warren: Jack is the owner...
Despite being a vital part of any landscaping design, many people still have to ask what is tree crown reduction. We often recommend tree crown reduction to customers who want more control of the growth of their trees. It can also be used to protect the tree from...
If you aren’t a professional landscaper you might be asking, “what is tree crown reduction” and what does it do? Tree crown reduction is a way of selectively removing live branches of a tree to reduce the spread or the height of the tree’s crown. It involves using...
Sometimes it’s not easy to figure out how to tell if a tree is dying. Even a healthy-looking tree can be having some serious issues, and could be in risk of dying. Pests, malnutrition, lack of sunlight – all of these issues can damage a tree’s structural integrity,...
Contemplating how to remove a large tree stump properly – or if at all – depends on how motivated you are with an ugly stump, and what measures are available in removing it. Aesthetically speaking, landscapes aren’t attractive with stumps, kind of ‘hanging out’. Some...
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We inquired about some tree work to remove some threatening branches hanging over our 50 year old cabin…Jack and his crew showed up on time, performed the difficult task…even as it started to rain! …I highly recommend Timber Works, Jack and his great crew for your firewood and tree work needs! We’ll definitely call them again!
Jack and his team are skilled, responsible, and trustworthy. They do what they say they will do and do it with excellence and in a timely fashion. They are polite, diligent, fair in their prices and competent in all they do. It is rare today to find men of true virtue who respect others and behave as gentlemen. Kudos. Highly recommend.
Jack recently came out to take down two very large and partly dead trees that were threatening our house. We discussed his plan ahead of time and he executed exactly as discussed. Jack definitely knows what he is doing and I will go to him in the future to deal with any challenging situations.
Thank you to Jack for coming out on a weekend to provide us with an estimate. He responded to our request for a weekend appointment in a very quick and timely manner and was courteous and professional throughout the process. We would recommend he and Timber Works Tree Care to anyone who is looking.
Wonderful company. I have now had 2 trees removed by them, both times great work, cleaned up after work..also have received 2 loads of firewood..great wood...burns great. True cord of wood. Always on time, fair prices...will continue to use them if I need them again.
Jack and the Timber Works Tree Care team took down some damaged and precariously hanging trees branches, caused by a recent storm. They are highly skilled and efficient professionals who work at a very fair rate. I would strongly recommend them for all your tree care needs.
Nice job, lads! Timber Works Tree Care removed a bunch of very tall trees, limbs and brush. They managed to get everything done and completely cleaned up in one day. Really well done and professional!
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