Show your love!
As always, thanks.
We had an unexpected visit by OSHA a few weeks back. We appreciate their efforts to keep our industry safe by conducting these on site inspections.
This is the certificate that we received saying that we practice safe industry standards by using the proper equipment and gear best suited to keep our jobs safe. Being “in compliance” means that they did not find any violations on our job site.
It’s always nice to have our efforts appreciated by the man.
It’s been a rainy fall and winter, making it unsafe to be in the trees with a chainsaw. There’s always plenty to do, though.
Like working on the new shop space, where we also clean and organize our equipment.
Or stacking freshly milled lumber and slabs.
Aerial rescue training–both in the air,
And on a spar.
Of course, there is always firewood to cut, and lattes to drink.
We just attended the two day event held in Greensboro. It’s exciting to see the energy that is going into tree research, and to see the healthy long term effects of properly pruning urban trees. Thanks to Ed Gillman and the NC Urban Forestry Council for the inspiring events and lectures!
We didn’t take any pictures during the talks, but here we are 90′ up in an American Beech (fagus grandifolia) after a day of learning. Beech trees are one of the lesser common species in Asheville, so we were keen on climbing one.
Thank you voting us the best tree service in WNC for the third year in a row! Here we are fresh on the ground after a celebratory photo shoot. Look for our ad in this week’s Mountain Express.