Although we are not fond of removing trees unless it is truly necessary, we are unusually good at difficult removals in tight spaces. As an urban company, we are all too familiar with large dying or dead alianthus trees, locusts or silver maples located in tiny backyards surrounded with windows, fine gardens, with prize plants, and with fish ponds. We pride ourselves on our ability to extricate such very large and dangerous trees while doing no damage to the fine surroundings.Get a free quote
Planting a Tree is one of life's great pleasures. There are few things better than watching a properly planted tree grow and thrive for years and even decades. We pride ourselves on years of planting and transplanting experience which we bring to our customers.Get a free quote
There are many reasons to prune: to make a tree safer, to repair damage, to get branches out of the way, to improve a tree's structure or health, to improve a shrub's flowering or its shape, to please the neighbors. But in every single case, pruning is an art. We make the tree or the shrub more fitting for its place and purpose. We make it a part of the genius of its place.
Before we touch any plant, we discuss the purpose with our clients. We prune the minimum necessary to achieve that goal. We follow the physician' creed, First Do No Harm.
Cables and brace rods are supplemental structural supports intended to reduce the risk of failure of weak branches and multiple stems. Cables generally consist of extra high-strength steel and are attached to bolts installed in the upper crown of a tree. They are intended to limit the movement of the supported branches so they are less likely to fail during storms. Braces are thread rod that are installed through unions of weak branches and multiple stems to provide more rigid support from torsional (twisting) forces that can occur in violent weather. Noah’s Park staff are well versed in the cabling and bracing procedures that are the current industry standards.
Supplemental structural support systems should only be installed based on a thorough inspection and evaluation of tree structure by our certified arborists. Materials and techniques must comply with published industry standards (American National Standards Institute A-300 Standards).
If you would like a consultation about the best way to preserve and protect your tree, please contact Noah’s Park Tree Care.Get a free quote
Noah's Park Tree Care is owned and operated by Noah Chubb-Silverman, a second-generation Reno native. He started his career in Seattle working and learning tree care from some of Seattle's best arborists. It was then that he learned the fundamental rules of Tree Care: be safe, and do what is best for the tree. While attending college he continued to work and study arboriculture during the summer in both Seattle and Reno. After graduating from Western Washington University in 2005 he moved back to Reno and started Noah's Park Tree Care. Since then he has worked hard to make Noah's Park one of Reno's premier tree services, capable of handling almost any job. He is also an avid cyclist and the Co-Founder of the Reno Bike Project, a cycling advocacy group here in Reno.