May Newsletter

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Tree Pros is making your life easier...

Palm season is just around the corner but you may have already noticed that your trees are already producing fruit. In order to provide you, our customer with the best possible pricing and help you get your trees trimmed and defruited within a timely manner, we've made our process much easier. Just click on the link below to submit your request, take a picture of your trees and we'll get back to you with pricing. IT'S THAT SIMPLE! If we have any additional questions, we'll let you know. Once you have received your estimate, just email us or give us a call to give us the go ahead and we'll get you on schedule.

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Time to Prune your Desert Trees

Now is a great time to trim your desert trees. Our certified tree workers are focused on reducing tip weight and cross branching to eliminate the possibility of limb failure during our warmer months and coming monsoon storms. We're already seeing broken limbs on desert trees around the valley due to the recent microbursts which we have experienced. Crossed branches will rub to the point of damaging the bark, opening the tree up to harmful pathogens and insects that infect and can kill your trees overtime.

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Contest Winner

Please help us to congratulate the winner of our quarterly Tree Pros review contest. Kitty Courtney recently had a dead pine removed from her property, a pandemic that has spread across our valley. We are losing our valuable Aleppo pines and will continue to do so if the cause of their failure is not diagnosed before it is too late. We're making it easier to receive this diagnosis and an estimate for treatment or removal. If you have a pine which you're concerned about then fill out the form below to show us your pine tree and we'll have an arboirst get in touch with their recommendations.

Contest Winner

Contest Winner Kitty Courtney [RIGHT] Aleppo Pine with blight and potential mite infestation.

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