Beaver Tree Service

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Beaver Tree Service
Beaver Tree Service is listed in the Tree Services category in Medford, Oregon. Displayed below are the social networks for Beaver Tree Service which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page and a Yelp review page. The activity and popularity of Beaver Tree Service on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 75.

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Medford, OR 97501
(541) 779-7072

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Beaver Tree Service has an overall ZapScore of 75. This means that Beaver Tree Service has a higher ZapScore than 75% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Medford, Oregon is 38 and in the category is 24. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Beaver Tree Service Inc. shared International Society of Arboriculture's post.
Learn how tree care professionals serve you and your trees ...
Thank you National Association of Landscape Professionals for a great video about what arborists do.
National Association of Landscape Professionals gives you a day in the life of a Professional Arborist.

The wind blasted into Oregon on Friday. (Here's a quick clip from that morning.) We're still helping property owners clean up and remove debris, "hangers" in trees, and down trees from buildings and property. Call if you need an estimate for tree removal and clean-up.

Down pines: split trunks, broken limbs, and uprooted. With their densely packed needles, pine trees collected significant (heavy!) snow during the recent storm in the PDX area and have been falling apart. These trees tend to have heavy limbs and wood, even without the added snow weight. Throughout the area, many urban pines tend to have multi-truck structures and grow at odd angles as they look for sunlight in their urban environment, which can make them weaker. Those that have been planted in poor locations, like berms, have a higher failure rate. These pines highlight that it is important to pick the right tree specimen for the right location -- and that all trees need to be maintained, like any other property investment. Have questions about smart tree selection and placement? Look over this informative document from the International Society of Arboriculture: http://www.treesaregood.org/treecare/resources/TreeSelection.pdf

PDX Snowpocalypse 2017 has turned into tree-pocalypse 2017! Joel (Beaver VP) checked out area trees on foot last night and this afternoon. Many pine trees are giving way under the snow's weight. If you have tree issues, give Joel a call and he'll add you to the list. Our crew and equipment will be out as weather and road conditions safety permit. Stay safe and warm!

We've gotten a lot of calls in the past month from folks whose apple trees have overloaded with fruit to the point of breaking under their own weight. Out of the thousands of unwanted apples we've cleaned out of our clients' yards, we can only salvage so many to take home. But the unusable ones certainly don't go to waste -- they make a delightful summer treat for our friends at a neighborhood farm. That is one happy pile of goats!