Powerhouse Arborist: Arbor Aesthetics Blooms from Humble Beginnings
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“? ???’? ???? ??? ?? ??? ? ???????. ? ???? ? ??????? ??????. ?? ???? ????????? ?????? ?????? ??? ?????,” ???? ????? ????. If you've every hired a contractor, you know the experience largely comes down to the people who are serving you. We owe our success to our people, and we can thank EO Nebraska for guiding our journey in becoming leaders who attract and retain these A players. We are proud to have been featured in the Midlands Business Journal.  https://mbj.com/special-advertising-section-eo-member-profiles/ As the husband-and-wife ownership team behind Arbor Aesthetics ..read more
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Embracing Growth: Lessons from Trees
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1M ago
I sat in on a great presentation about proper pruning technique last week at a local tree care conference. Of course, in order to understand proper pruning, you first need to understand how and why trees grow the way they grow. Without getting too heavy into science and technical terms, let’s just say that “apical dominance” is what makes a tree grow upward, and “secondary growth” is responsible for new tissue growing outward. Arborists are always careful to say, “Trees don’t heal, they seal,” meaning that when a tree is injured (by way of pruning, in this case), it compartmentalizes the ..read more
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Omaha's best Tree Service 2024 - Best of Omaha
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3M ago
? THANK YOU ? for voting us Best of Omaha for 2024! We are grateful for the continued support of our loyal clients and community!  ..read more
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Accreditation Renewed by the Tree Care Industry Association
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4M ago
Arbor Aesthetics Tree Service Earns Re-Accreditation by the TCIA We are proud to announce that we have recently became re-accredited in accordance with tree care company Accreditation standards put forth by the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA), the trade association for residential and commercial tree care companies. TCIA Accreditation is the only program of its kind in the tree care industry. It is a voluntary process evaluating businesses to ensure that professional practices and standards are met by all employees that work on a homeowner’s property. When a homeowner hires an accr ..read more
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Best of Omaha 2024 Voting Now Open
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8M ago
VOTE NOW WHY YOUR VOTE IS IMPORTANT TO US... For us, earning your Best of Omaha vote isn’t about bragging rights or putting a logo on our trucks. It’s about our mission to Create Connections Through Trees. By voting us Best of Omaha, you’re helping fellow Omahans find quality tree services performed by Certified Arborists who stand behind their work. It also helps support a business who cares deeply about the well-being, safety and personal development of its staff. It’s hard to find contractors who care. We’re a small, family-owned, grassroots business. We take good care of our staff so th ..read more
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Faces of Omaha 2023 - Tree Service, Omaha NE
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9M ago
We're proud to be featured in Omaha Magazine's Faces of Omaha 2023 edition! Arbor Aesthetics founders Jeff and Amy Grewe have seen much growth since they started the business in 2005, and not just the botanical kind. The company and its team of certified arborists dedicated to the health, beauty, and safety of trees are thriving.  “As our company has grown, Amy and I have stepped out of our roles in operations and more into visionary roles, which has created opportunities for our team to fill that void and create leaders,” Jeff said.  The company started out with a focus on re ..read more
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WINTER TREE WATERING
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1y ago
Drought Conditions Call for Winter Watering We don’t tend to think about trees too often in the dead of winter, but we should! We have had three consecutive years of drought-like conditions and this takes its toll on trees, especially evergreens which lose moisture to the air even in winter, and shallow rooted ornamentals. Between fall of 2021 and spring of 2022 we saw an unprecedented number of trees and shrubs die due to a lack of water. DIY WATERING INSTRUCTIONS When temperatures rise above 40 degrees, turn your hose on at a half-trickle and place it at the trunk. Move the hose every ..read more
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Omaha's Best Tree Service 2023
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1y ago
Voted Best of Omaha for 2023! We are grateful and proud to have been voted Best of Omaha for 2023. This is out 8th Best of Omaha win and we couldn't be more humbled by the support of our community for their votes. Thanks, Omaha ..read more
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Arborist Spotlight on Jake Popham
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1y ago
We are proud to share that our very own Jake Popham has been featured in the Nebraska Arborists Association's newsletter in the Arborist Spotlight! You can read the article below.  "Jake wonderfully exemplifies what it means to be an Arbor Aesthetics employee by acting on our Core Values: Ownership, Courage, and Show up and Serve.” Arborist Spotlight By Alyssa Brodersen, NAA Executive Director   We asked for nominations, and membership delivered. This issue’s spotlight goes to Jake Popham of Omaha, NE!   Jake was nominated for the Arborist Spotlight by a team member at Arbor A ..read more
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Air Spade - Diagnose and mitigate Root Issues
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1y ago
We are proud to add air spading and root excavation to our menu of tree services. Air spading involves using a compressed-air power tool to blow soil away from the root zone of a tree to evaluate and correct root issues and mitigate poor soil conditions. We can even excavate a root zone in preparation of construction projects so that roots can be worked around or protected from digging.  Girdling Roots You can see in the photos to the right that this Norway maple has severe girdling roots which are likely a result of poor planting techniques. Our arborists were able to sever th ..read more
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