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Commercial Tree Trimming    

We offer trusted, experienced and affordable commercial tree trimming

Commercial Tree Trimming Services in Virginia

Our certified arborists keep your satisfaction at the forefront of their minds. 

Commercial Tree Trimming Essentials:

1. ANSI A300 Tree Pruning Standards

When trimming trees for a commercial or Residential site our Certified Arborist will prune and trim trees according to American National Standards Institute (ANSI) A300. These trimming standards require specific tools, cutting techniques, and pruning methods.

Under the ANSI A300 standards, our team will not:

      • Leave branch stubs
      • Only make unnecessary heading cuts
      • Cut off the branch collar
      • Top or lion’s tail trees 
      • Remove more than 25% of the foliage of a single branch
      • Remove more than 25% of the total tree foliage in a single year
      • Damage other parts of the tree during pruning
      • Use wound paint
      • Prune without a good reason
      • Climb the tree with climbing spikes

2. ANSI Z133 Safety Standards

Timber Works Tree Care also remains current on the ANSI Z133 safety requirements. We train our team to perform our tree services while upholding these safety standards. We stay updated on these standards to ensure you are receiving the highest quality of services possible. 

About Us

Here at Timber Works Tree Care, we care about our customers, your trees, and your property. Each job is a chance to show you our great attitudes, strong work ethic, and a desire to meet and exceed every customer’s expectations!

We treat every client and co-worker with respect and professionalism

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Why Choose Timber Works for your Commercial Tree Services?

International Society of Arboriculture Member

Certified Arborist on every job site

100's of exclusively 5 star reviews

2021 Best of Warren County

Fully Licensed and Insured with Workmans Comp

SWaM Certified

Licenses and Insurance:

Many Commercial Companies have high insurance requirements when working with a contractor, that is why Timber Works stays up to date with the highest Insurances in order to keep our clients and employees safe, along with providing companies with a quality tree service that will meet their insurance requirements.

Check out our insurance page and fill out our form to see if your insurance requirements will be met!

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