What Makes us Unique
We have industry-specific credentials and professional affiliations.
We're looking out for the best interest of the tree and the customer.
Investment in Equipment
Our state-of-the-art machine allows us to work where others cannot.
As a preservation-focused professional tree care company, we strive to provide the highest quality experiences for our customers by approaching tree work in a unique way.
Some of the ways in which we are different:
We actively maintain industry specific credentials and professional affiliations through continuing education
We carry full commercial liability and workers compensation policies and provide copies to you upon request
We operate only one crew in order to provide consistency and continuity
We recommend what is in the best interest of the tree and the customer, even if that means a smaller bottom line
We conduct business according to the Arborist’s Code of Ethics
We offer a full spectrum of services - tree assessment and care, plant health care, and coming this summer crane service
Our team is comprised of certified, trained and highly skilled individuals.
Charley Adams – Owner, ISA Certified Arborist, Certified Crane Operator
Otis Gordon – ISA Certified Arborist, OH licensed applicator
Andy Wiley – TCIA Certified Tree Apprentice, Certified Crane Operator
Traditionally, if a tree was located in a back yard, on a hill or in another area with limited accessibility you would need to hire a climber and in some cases rent a crane.
In recent years, the field of arboriculture has incorporated the use of tracked lifts in situations where a bucket truck or climbing are not viable or safe options.
In 2020, Adams Tree Preservation invested in a new Teupen tracked lift, a state-of-the-art machine that allows us to work safely in places where other equipment just can’t go. It’s ideal for backyards, golf courses, manicured lawns and landscapes, and inclines.
Features of the lift include:
Able fit through 41-inch gate or opening
75-foot articulating reach to access most tree limbs safely
Adjustable stabilizers can be set up on hills or stairs
Moves on two rubber tracks which reduces turf disruption
More friendly to the environment - uses one tenth the fuel of a bucket truck
Quiet and produces very little emissions
Click on the pictures for a larger view of the Teupen in action!
Crane Service - Coming summer of 2021
Trees impacted by disease/damage/injury that require removal sometimes require a crane for safety and accessibility. We are excited to bring crane services to the Valley in July 2021.