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Hiring an Arborist is a big decision. What we do is very dangerous, and removing trees is always our last resort. Tree work should be done only by those trained and equipped to work safely in trees. With a wealth of training, experience and techniques at our disposal, arborists are knowledgeable professionals whose priority is the...
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Support crew needed for arborists & brush dragging. Experience helpful but we will train the right people. Opportunity for advancement. TO APPLY: email cover letter & resume to andy@blueribbontree.com
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Professional salesperson with experience in urban forestry preferred. Position involves: Meeting with existing & prospective clients to assess and define their needs Performing property inspections and identifying plant health care opportunities Reviews status of work planned and in progress with immediate team leader Processes invoices to be paid in a timely manner TO APPY: email...
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Minimum of 2 years safe climbing experience; qualified in removal, pruning, arborist rigging and other duties – possible crew chief posision. ISA certification preferred by not required (will train). Evaluates trees to determine level of care needed Climbs trees using a rope and seat to safely trim them Utilizes proper knots for all tree climbing...
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Blue Ribbon Tree & Landscape has been named one of Expertise.com’s Top 20 Best Tree Service Professionals 2018. Scoring professionals in our industry based on 25 variables in the categories of: Reputation Credibility Expertise Availability Professionalism We are honored to be ranked among Seattle’s highest performing, quality-driven providers and look forward to helping our Pacific...
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For the ninth year in a row, Blue Ribbon Tree and Landscape has been awarded Angie’s List Super Service Award honoring service professionals who have maintained exceptional service ratings and reviews in 2017. “Super Service Award winners must meet strict eligibility requirements, which include maintaining an “A” rating in overall grade, recent grade and review period...
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A lot of factors go into choosing the right tree for your property. Just a few include: seasonal benefits, wind & privacy, available square footage and curb appeal. Life in the Pacific Northwest adds regional considerations, too – specifically the differences in root growth that can affect tree stability. Watch this great video from the...
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The Washington Labor & Industries website offers tools for protecting yourself and your property when hiring contractors from all trades. From there, you can: look up contractors & view safety inspection histories verify license, registration, bond, insurance & infractions get a handy Homeowner’s Guide to Hiring a Contractor information on avoiding prime contactor liability reporting...
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Published by the Arbor Day Foundation Jun 13, 2017 Ask an Arborist is a video series that gives viewers insider knowledge on all things trees. This month Mary shares methods of watering your trees and how to tell when it’s time to water.
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“I’m an Association Portfolio Manager overseeing approximately 38 HOAs and have been associated with Blue Ribbon since 2005. They are very professional, responsive & reliable. I highly recommend Blue Ribbon to anyone.”
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