Other Tree Service Providers Cut Corners But Pro Arbor Does Things The Right Way
Quite often, other companies will cut corners. Instead of roping all the smaller pieces so they don’t damage other portions of the property, quite often the corners they’ll cut is they’ll take out larger limbs, which end up shattering wood all over the place and do some more damage to the existing landscapes, or adjacent trees.
Sometimes what they’ll do is rope off to adjacent trees, possibly damage these other trees, and not inform the clients. Most clients are not going to look up at 2 or 3 other trees that they didn’t contract. Most clients are ground level individuals, and since we’re terrestrial creatures, we look at the landscape in front of us and don’t necessarily look up into the trees that are adjacent. Quite often, a lot of other companies will damage other trees, and scar other trees with crashing wood, and crashing limbs, and just never tell the clients. And then, all of a sudden, 5-6 months later, they’ll see brown branches where the branches have broken and the leaves have died indicating that the tree was damaged in some way. By that time, it's too late.
Those companies, through their own carelessness, end up creating more business for themselves later on. That will happen. I’ve seen a lot of our competitors, instead of roping things, they’ll just cut and drop and damage some small trees underneath. And, some of the small trees, if they’re so damaged, they’ll just cut them to the ground and run them through the chipper and then cover over the stump with dirt. They take advantage of the fact that some clients don’t remember what trees they had in their yard!
Many homeowners are sharp enough to notice, but I have seen some things that companies have gotten away with. And, quite frankly, there’s a lot of good talkers in the tree industry. These guys can talk themselves out of a dry well. Really, I’ve seen some of these guys just crash and break things: fences, gutters, and other property. The homeowner is just look at them as if to say, “What am I going to do?”
Some of these guys are just good flim-flammers. They just talk really well and con the homeowner out of it. They shrug it off saying, “That’s not hard to fix. That’s not really that big of a deal.”
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