Everything went smoothly but after they left, I noticed almost all of our queen purple plants in the backyard are damaged which is very disappointing. I wish they would be more careful when hauling away the branches.Dec 5, 2017Verified
From talking to Tiffany in the office to Michael doing the estimate. They were polite, professional and responsive. Kept me updated when running late from another job, they were working. The team knew what to do, and did it . All three guys were great, kudos to (Skip, Eric & Mike). My trees look great!Oct 22, 2017
About this pro
Years in business6
Times hired on Thumbtack80
Number of employees8
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- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?The city of San Antonio is great about providing consistent on-going education to it's licensed arbor professionals. We have access to information flowing from Texas A&M, the International Society of Arborists and various experts in the field. Because the city cares about maintaining it's tree canopy as a whole, we in the business benefit from it. And so do our customers regardless of whether they live in the city or the Hill Country. 1-Two-Tree Trimming technicians attend these training seesions regularly and I also stay connected to the industry through membership in the San Antonio Arborist Association.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?While in the realty business I discovered that trimming the trees significantly improved a property's curb appeal. As time went on interest in the arbor care business grew and I took some classes to learn what it would take to do it full time. The more I learned the more it became obvious that doing something I truly enjoyed would be more fulfilling than just earning a living. Haven't looked back since.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?I've met several people who have been burned in the past by allowing someone to work on their trees who either didn't really know what they were doing or just didn't care. It's an almost sickening feeling to spend several hundred dollars on tree trimming only to look out on your yard and see the trees have been mangled. I see this often in the city where fly-by-night outfits follow the brush pick up around and are just looking to make a quick buck. My advice is don't go for cheap, the risk is just not worth it. Look for a professional tree company that delivers a top quality product but is also reasonably priced. Don't settle for anything less.