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Tree trimming is a professional service that is often offered in conjunction with other landscaping or tree maintenance services such as tree removal. Tree trimmers may be hired directly by property owners or as subcontractors for a landscaper or builder. National and state government agencies also hire tree trimmers to maintain trees on public land, while utility companies hire tree trimmers to remove tree branches affecting power lines. Another option is to pair with a landscape developer or lawn care company to offer complete lawn and garden service to residential or business customers.
To run a tree trimming business, you will need ladders, chainsaws, pruning equipment, safety gear and a large truck to haul away trimmed branches. A tree trimming company also typically needs liability insurance to protect them from claims that might arise such as claims regarding property damage caused during the trimming process. Insurance should also cover injuries that workers incur while trimming trees.
Tree trimming is typically learned on the job since practical experience is required to learn how to properly trim a tree without damaging it. It can take as long as a two-year apprenticeship to become proficient enough at tree trimming in order to be considered a professional.
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