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VtArb welcomes Certified Arborist, Andy Book!

May, 2015

Andy graduated UVM in 2007 with a degree in Forestry.  He comes with every credential a tree service could hope for: Certified Arborist, pesticide spray license, CDL driving license, experienced tree climber, and a desire to get his Certified Tree Care Safety Professional certificate. He is now our fourth Certified Arborist.

Spring 2015

Mud season, with all of its car-tire-sucking challenges, is here.  During this thankfully briefest of seasons, the extra sunlight has us itching to get outdoors, but the late-season March cold-snap (which made of a lot of us angry) has kept us inside.  This continued hibernation has the potential to make us forget about our trees and make a run for warmer climates.

Tree  Work in the Winter

Tree work in the winter provides many advantages for homeowners and business owners that are not necessarily available in the warmer months. The most important factor is frozen ground. When the ground freezes up, it is possible to move heavy machinery across even very soft lawns without any noticeable damage. At the very worst, there can be some minor ruts that are made, which are easily fixed in the spring.

Our Work

Photos from some of our most recent projects.

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