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Archive for September, 2009

Sep 24 2009

Orlando tree service donating services to area churches

Our Orlando tree trimming crews are donating time and labor to area churches. This program involves either serving on church grounds and/or doing tree removal for needy families within churches. This Saturday, we’ll even be spreading a load of fill dirt with a bobcat on the sports field of Markham Woods Christian Academy. Tree service Orlando should be shared with those in need since tree trimming Orlando is something that can’t be put off indefinitely due to lack of funds. Orlando tree trimming is now made more available to needy families and Tree Work Now will utilize church volunteers in the clean up aspect of the work so that church members can be involved serving each other.

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Sep 21 2009

Tree Work Now invites Homeowners’ associations to try our Orlando tree services

Tree Work Now has a strong history of good service to homeowners’ associations in the Orlando area which need tree trimming and tree removal in their common areas. We have served several in the Seminole County area, especially in Winter Springs and Longwood. It is difficult to find dependable contractors who will keep their commitments and offer a high level of service and professionalism. This is especially rare in the tree service industry in the Orlando area. We look forward to serving you.

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Sep 19 2009

Sentry Management quote regarding tree trimming in Orlando

Here is a quote from Sentry Management, a company which assists high-end Orlando communities with their property maintenance issues. Here is what they recommend regarding tree trimming:

Have trees inspected. Trees are one of the biggest assets and should be closely inspected by an arborist. Look for split and broken branches, disease and overgrowth that will require knowledgeable “corrective” care. Don’t rely on your landscape contractor (unless holding Arborist designation) to provide this care. Appropriate trimming is necessary for both the health of the tree, the aesthetic detail of the property and safety.

I’d like to expound on two aspects of the above quotation. Firstly, Sentry is right is saying that your trees are one of your biggest assets in terms of property value. Depending on the type, size, and condition of your trees, they can add up to 15% value to your home and property. This makes them worth maintaining well, not to mention the importance of safety, health and beauty.

Another thing Sentry mentioned regarding your Orlando tree trimming needs was that you should not rely on your lawn or landscape service to provide knowledgeable tree service on your Orlando properties. This is true for many reasons, including the fact that they are not usually insured for working in heights above 12 feet, leaving you open to liability if something went wrong. Additionally, they have less experience and lack the appropriate experience for working in such heights or even when felling heavy wood from the ground. If you have a lawn care person caring for your trees, they are likely to pass over important and necessary actions either because they do not have the capability or do not have the knowledge of what is needed. So, please hire a qualified, experienced, insured Orlando tree service, such as Tree Work Now, which has all the necessary equipment for difficult and dangerous tree trimming and tree removal.

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Sep 18 2009

Expanded advertising for Tree Work Now, our Orlando tree service

As we continue to chronicle the history of Tree Work Now, in February of our fourth year, we made a leap, took a risk in advertising our Orlando tree removal services. Making a yearlong, expensive commitment to the ATT Orlando phone book, Tree Work Now took a quarter page ad, which didn’t come out until the following year, of course. It didn’t quite yield the results we had hoped for, but did help solidify our position as a leading provider of Orlando tree trimming services.

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Sep 16 2009

Tree Work Now ongoing history: Our Orlando tree service makes key hire in 4th year

In February of our fourth year offering tree trimming and tree removal services in Orlando, Tree Work Now hired Dani Keller to do sales. Owner Evan Keller’s brother has made an excellent contribution in the ensuing years, operating as an unofficial general manager of our Orlando tree service. Dani has learned the business, become a good tree climber, offered much great advice, and helped increase our sales volume. Evan can’t remember how he did it without Dani in the early years. Dani left Courtesy Ford to join our tree service in Orlando and brings his ten plus years of excellent customer service history with him. Thank you Dani!

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Sep 12 2009

Ongoing History of Tree Work Now, our Orlando tree service: Hired bookkeeper in January of year 4

At the beginning of our fourth year of providing tree removal and tree trimming services in Orlando, Tree Work Now hired Rhonda Levesque to do bookkeeping for us. Owner Evan Keller knew her from when she worked for a vendor of Tree Work Now, and their cordial relationship has carried over to this new sphere. Rhonda got Tree Work Now up to speed with QuickBooks, in conjunction with our accountant, John Dickinson. This made tax preparation and financial analysis run more smoothly. Rhonda works with speed, doesn’t charge exhorbitant rates, and has a very entertaining kindergarten daughter! Rhonda has freed owner Evan Keller to focus more on other aspects of developing Tree Work Now into the premeire tree service in Orlando. This was one of many small turning points that have improved our efficiency as we serve Orlando homeowners with professional grade tree trimming and tree removal.

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Sep 10 2009

Tree Work Now: Continuing History of our Orlando Tree Service

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Beacon newspaper featured company owner Evan Keller’s Haiti trip, with a photo of him and his young Haitian friend Gladimir on the front cover! On a subsequent visit to the Haitian village of Neply, Gladimir was amazed and excited to see his photo on the front cover of an American newspaper! Our tree trimming company was mentioned in the “Haiti by the Numbers” article that Evan wrote. This trip was sponsored in part by Tree Work Now, expressing our commitment to global justice, doing good while providing valuable tree service to Orlando customers. This trip to Haiti involved various projects including bringing water to several homes by laying pipe, a gardening project, and the beginnings of a microloan and scholarship program.

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Sep 09 2009

Avoiding Tree Damage During Construction in Orlando

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Tree Work Now offers the following advice for protecting trees during new construction or when adding an addition to your Orlando home. Avoidable tree removal often follows poor safeguarding of trees during the construction process. The following article can be viewed in full at TreeWorkNow.com:

Avoiding Tree Damage During Construction

As cities and suburbs expand, wooded lands are being developed into commercial and residential sites. Homes are constructed in the midst of trees to take advantage of the aesthetic and environmental value of the wooded lots. Wooded properties can be worth as much as 20 percent more than those without trees, and people value the opportunity to live among trees.

Unfortunately, the processes involved with construction can be deadly to nearby trees. Unless the damage is extreme, the trees may not die immediately but could decline over several years. With this delay in symptom development, you may not associate the loss of the tree with the construction.

It is possible to preserve trees on building sites if the right measures are taken. The most important step is to hire a professional arborist during the planning stage. An arborist can help you decide which trees can be saved and can work with the builder to protect the trees throughout each construction phase.

After reading the remainder of the article on our Tree Articles page, remember to ask Tree Work Now to provide a pre-construction appraisal of the value of your trees. By damaging or destroying valuable trees, your home addition may not add as much property value as you intended. Tree Work Now offers its tree trimming and tree removal services in Orlando and is committed to improving your landscape and nurturing your love of trees.

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Sep 08 2009

What value do trees add to your Orlando property? Tree Work Now gives insight.

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What value do trees bring to our property?

Trees and landscaping can add up to 15 percent to a property’s value. A single mature tree can be worth anywhere from $1,000 to $10,000, depending on the type, condition, location and age. We can appraise trees on your property and apply the cost of doing so to your overall tree work. Remember that removing invasive species and otherwise less valuable trees can enhance the appearance of your more valuable trees and give them room to grow. But more often than removing trees, we recommend trimming (pruning) trees to retain their characteristic shape, train them to grow in ways that will increase their long-term strength and health. Please call Tree Work Now for all your Orlando tree service needs, both trimming and removal. Thank you.

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Sep 07 2009

Should Orlando homeowners do their own tree work?

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Tree care is one of the most dangerous professions in the U.S., particularly if performed by amateurs or untrained personnel. Statistics show that performing tree care is more dangerous than working for a police or fire department. Every year homeowners are injured or killed trying to do their own tree work. They should not perform tree work involving climbing of any kind, work from a ladder to prune a tree, or attempt to fell (cut-down) trees. Leave the dangerous tree trimming and tree removal to the Orlando tree experts: Tree Work Now. We also know what cuts to make in order to improve the health and beauty of your trees.

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