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Title: Christmas Lights

By: A. Pasma, 2011-11-25 09:31:18

Christmas is right around the corner, and if you have a tree you would love to see decorated in Christmas lights, but cannot put them up with a ladder, give A-Star a call. We would be happy to come out and put up your lights. No job is too small for the team at A-Star!!

Title: Strong Winds

By: A. Pasma, 2011-11-23 09:16:36

We had quite the wind storm last night, and I am sure it is the first of many for the upcoming winter season. If you notice you tree has been damaged from a wind storm, or snow storm, it is important to correct the damage right away in order to save the tree and restore its previous beauty. If your tree has suffered broken or torn limbs, it is best to have the tree pruned in order to aid in the trees recovery. Pruning the tree can help protect it from further damage, by cleaning up the areas where it has been torn or broken. The team at A-Star can help repair your tree if it should suffer storm damage.

Title: Fruit Tree Pruning

By: A. Pasma, 2011-11-22 08:50:44

Winter is nearly upon us, and while most people might think trees are better serviced in the spring, the winter is actually the optimal time for pruning your fruit trees. Apple, Cherry, plum and Pear trees are best pruned in the winter months, once the trees are dormant. When pruning a fruit tree, it's best to remove branches that grow straight up, excluding the main leader branch, these are called sucker branches. Also, removing the branches growing down toward the ground is important, and any branches that look dead, or are crossing other branches. Black knot, commonly found on Cherry and Plum trees, is a black, ugly looking growth, and should be removed four inches below the affected area to avoid the spreading of the disease, which could kill the tree. Pruning your fruit tree at the right time will provide you with beautiful flowers in the spring, and sweet fruit in the fall.

Title: Check out Adrian on City News!

By: A. Pasma, 2011-11-17 08:54:51

Adrian Pasma was recently interviewed by CityNews regarding Tar Spot on Maple Trees, check out the link below to see what he had to say. http://www.citytv.com/toronto/citynews/video/168550

Title: City TV Interview

By: A. Pasma, 2011-11-11 19:10:02

Adrian Pasma was interviewed today by City TV regarding the wide spread problem of Tar Spot on Maple Trees. Tune in Monday night to catch the review.

Installing Cables to prevent a tree failure

Title: Installing Cables to prevent a tree failure

By: A. Pasma, 2011-10-11 19:53:37

Here the team is climbing up a large oak to install a cobra cable system to help the tree from failing. This system is best installed in the top two thirds of the tree.

Plane rescue

Title: Plane rescue

By: A. Pasma, 2011-10-07 07:07:36

A normal day consists of tree removal and tree pruning, however yesterday we were called in to rescue an expensive remote controlled air plane out of a tree.

Putting Our Equipment To Use

Title: Putting Our Equipment To Use

By: A. Pasma, 2011-09-07 09:29:28

Here are some photos of a removal we did recently, where we had to use both the Crane, and Bucket Truck in order to remove the tree safely, and without damage to surrounding landscape. One staff member was working out of the bucket truck, making a cut, and then having the crane lift the piece up, as opposed to letting it fall to the ground. This type of removal is technical, and very neat to watch.

Title: NOW HIRING!!

By: A. Pasma, 2011-05-30 13:46:53

We are looking for an experienced climber, minimum two years experience, preferably with an AZ license. Come join our growing business, we offer great wages, perks, and staff to work alongside. Please send a resume to info@treework.ca, or call us at 905.208.2635.

Title: Offroad Mats for your properties protection

By: A. Pasma, 2011-04-01 19:12:27

A-Star Tree Experts will be picking up this weekend, offroad mats to put on your lawn prior to our presence. These mats are white, so they wont burn your lawn. These mats are rated to 100 tonnes. They let us drive our trucks with aerial devices and cranes to conduct our tree removal and large limb tree pruning safely and effectively.

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