Seattle Certified Arborists & Tree Experts

Eastside Tree Works has always placed a high priority on continuing education for our employees.   It’s a great way to guarantee our customers are receiving the highest quality tree care using industry approved methods and procedures. Tree Industry Training We have many ISA Certified Arborists on staff but training doesn’t stop there. Continuing education […]

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What Does Seattle’s Arborist TRAQ Credential Mean?

TRAQ stands for Tree Risk Assessment Qualification and is an instructor-led course offered by the ISA (International Society of Arboriculture).  Tree professionals who complete the class and pass the accompanying exam prove they have a working knowledge of tree risk assessment. From the fundamentals of a tree’s biology to learning a systematic process for evaluating […]

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Why Use Seattle Certified Arborists For Tree Services?

Choosing a company with ISA Certified Arborists guarantee you’ll receive quality tree services.

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What Does Line Clearance Certified Mean?

Ongoing training is vital in order for Eastside Tree Works to safely provide customers in Seattle, the Eastside, Snohomish and North Bend with quality tree care. This is why several of our certified arborists, foreman and tree experts have completed the necessary training to become Line Clearance Certified. Who provides the training? Our employees obtained […]

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Pacific Northwest Homeowner Fire Safety Tips

Since our summers have been dryer the past few years, fire safety is now more of a concern than ever. There are a few things Seattle, Snohomish and North Bend homeowners can do around their yard to reduce your risk of being involved in a forest fire. Think ahead when planting trees First, when planting […]

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Why Should You Avoid Monocultures In Your Seattle Yard?

An adequately landscaped lawn is great to look at, although getting the right mix of plants can be a difficult decision. You may be drawn to a specific type of plant, and you may be inclined to put it all over your yard. This practice may be dangerous as having a lack of biodiversity in […]

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Should I Put Mulch Around My Trees?

Along with light, water is one of the essential factors in making a tree healthy. Having your trees on a regular watering cycle can be necessary for some trees, especially since recent summers in the Pacific NW have been drier than those in the past. If you want the trees in your Seattle, Eastside or […]

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Professional Pruning Keeps Your Trees Healthy

Did you know improper pruning methods can cause lasting damage to a tree?  Branches broken off in a windstorm can also cause damage that lasts far beyond the initial cleanup.  Why? Trees deal with wounds differently Trees deal with wounds in a very different way than you or I. When we are wounded, our body […]

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Snowfall Can Damage Trees On Your Seattle Property

During periods of heavy snowfall or sleet, all trees can be susceptible to breakage.  The age, health or size of the tree doesn’t matter though dying or diseased trees are usually more prone to damage. In the Pacific NW, downed trees or broken branches can happen in the snow for a multitude of reasons. How […]

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Benefits of using a bucket truck for tree work

  Climbing trees is both a skill, as well as an art form in the way it is uniquely learned and executed. Some are good at, and others not so much. But even the best climbers in the world cannot provide some of the services that a mediocre bucket truck operator can.   Mobility: In […]

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