What does "Pruning to Clean" mean? 
Wednesday, April 23, 2014, 03:54 PM
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"Cleaning is the selective removal of dead, diseased, detached, cracked, and broken branches. This type of pruning is done to reduce the risk of branches falling from the tree and to reduce the movement of decay, insects, and diseases from dead or dying branches into the rest of the tree. It can be performed on trees of any age but is most common on medium-aged and mature trees. Cleaning is the preferred pruning type for mature trees because it does not remove live branches unnecessarily.

The location of branches to be removed should be specified if the entire crown is not going to be cleaned. The diameter of branches to be removed also should be specified. This usually is done by specifying the smallest branch to remove."

Taken from ISA Best Management Practices
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What is Topping? 
Wednesday, March 26, 2014, 07:57 PM
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Topping is the indiscriminate cutting of tree branches to stubs or lateral branches that are not large enough to assume the terminal role. Other names for topping include "heading", "tipping', "hat-racking", and "rounding over." The most common reason given for topping is to reduce the size of a tree. Home owners often feel that their trees have become too large for their property. People fear that tall trees may pose a hazard. Topping, however, is not a viable method of height reduction and certainly does not reduce the hazard. In fact, topping will make a tree more hazardous in the long term.
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Tree Removal South Jersey 
Friday, December 13, 2013, 07:46 PM
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This is one of the main phrases clients use on there Google search engine. The problem is that many companies will appear before you. How do you tell them all apart? Here are a few simple questions.
1) Are they certified arborists?
2) Is their staff trained?
3) Can they provide for not only my removal needs but fine prunning also?
4) Do they follow safety standards?
5) Do they have insurance?
6) Will the staff minimize wear on my property while working?
7) Will they treat me, my property and trees with respect?

We always answer yes to all those questions! If they can not answer yes to all of those questions then you should pick another tree company.
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Cyber Monday! 
Monday, December 2, 2013, 03:44 PM
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Can't get my mom, dad, sister, or child, etc. to take care of their tree? What should I do to help?

One non intrusive way and a great Christmas present is a gift certificate to Ryan Bansky EXPERT TREE SERVICE! We have a gift certificate available in any dollar amount that can be applied for your family's tree care needs. It is a great gift for someone who has everything and even a better way to ensure that they will address their arbor care needs!
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Happy Thanksgiving!! 
Tuesday, November 26, 2013, 09:27 PM
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We would like to extend our thanks to you our loyal clients for making us one of the premiere tree services of South Jersey. This year we enter our 13th year in business and we have a lot to be thankful for. A few that should be mentioned are:
1) Justin Tracy: one of our climbers came back from Afghanistan safely after 1 year of service to our country
2) Donations to charity were increased
3) We have another office manager
4) Our existing office manager will graduate nursing school in the spring
5) Purchased stump removal machine and trailer
6) Consistant work all year
7) New equiptment (ie. saws, etc) wer purchased to update our tools
8) Bills were paid
9) New business relationships formed
10) Many new happy customers were services along with our loyal clients
11) 2 of our staff will have children later this year!
Of course the list goes on and on!
We trust you and your family will take the time to reflect on all the blessings and we wish you a Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Ryan Bansky EXPERT TREE SERVICE!
Have a safe and fun holiday :)
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