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Tim Bradley in new crane cab

About Bradley Tree

Tim Bradley is a Certified Arborist and Certified Crane Operator. Bradley Tree owns and operates a 65 ton All Terrain DeMag Crane with 165 ft. boom, a log truck, a 92 ft. self-propelled Lift, a Europe Chipper 1060, two chip trucks, and a low-impact Stump Grinder.

Bradley Tree, LLC is a full service tree care company servicing the Southern New Hampshire in Manchester, Nashua, and surrounding areas. We’ll work with you for all your Tree and Landscape needs.

Safety & Training

All Bradley Tree employees are fully trained. Each member of our team participates in on-going training programs and is reviewed for compliance to our company safety policies.

Bradley Tree & Landscape is fully licensed and insured and Tim Bradley is a Certified Arborist – MCA number 2385.

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What is an Arborist?

(And why should I hire one?)

An Arborist is a trained specialist in the care of woody plants, especially trees. Tree care is an investment that can lead to substantial returns for you the homeowner. Well cared for trees add to curbside appeal, as well as giving warm-weather cooling benefits. Neglected trees can be a significant liability, both physically and financially. Because tree work is inherently dangerous work it’s best left to those who are both trained and equipped to undertake it.

An Arborist is also able to help you determine what’s best for both you and the tree. For example, you want tree limbs pruned off, fearing branches falling on your house or vehicles. Most homeowners aren’t aware that too much pruning will cause a tree to be more dangerous. Or, they want to get as much for their money as possible. A healthy tree, pruned correctly by a trained Arborist, will benefit both tree and homeowner.

Certification as an Arborist means that an extensive examination by a professional organization (i.e. MAA) has been passed. This always entails both time and expense and will indicate a level of knowledge and credentials on the part of the certified arborist.

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