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Why are you always hiring?

Why are you always hiring?
Q. Why do you always have hiring ads on Indeed, Craigslist, TCIA, Social Media, etc.?   A. Favreau Forestry wants to grow our family! We are a high production company with high expectations of our crew members. We have spent a considerable amount of time designing our [...]Read more

Q. I saw Favreau Forestry trimming trees by the power lines. Why do you leave them so ugly?

Q. I saw Favreau Forestry trimming trees by the power lines.  Why do you leave them so ugly?
Q: I saw your company trimming trees by the power lines. Why do you leave them so ugly? A: This is a question that we field from time to time. The answer is we adhere to ANSI Z133.1 safety work procedures and comply with OSHA Regulation specifications. [...]Read more

Preparing your trees for Winter Storm Damage

Preparing your trees for Winter Storm Damage

Here in New England we are known for some harsh winter storms. Winter storms that bring in heavy snow and ice can cause damage to trees by breaking or bending branches. Larger trees with co-dominant stems are at most risk for damage from these types of storms. […]

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Favreau Forestry’s Top 4 Tips When Hiring a Tree Company

Favreau Forestry’s Top 4 Tips When Hiring a Tree Company
Buyers Beware Favreau Forestry’s Top 4 Tips When Hiring a Tree Company 1. Safety First! If the tree company does not value their own safety (utilizing proper personal safety equipment) they most likely will not value yours or your property. 2. Make sure they are licensed and [...]Read more

A Disaster is coming – Did you build your fort?

A Disaster is coming – Did you build your fort?
The emergency alert tones are sounding on the TV the hurricane is making a direct hit in our part of the state. The wind is howling, trees are bending, the rain is hitting the house sideways and the kids are building a fort to protect them from [...]Read more

Favreau Forestry says “Leave the Leaves!”

Favreau Forestry says “Leave the Leaves!”
Skip the rake and leave the leaves for a healthier greener yard and trees! Part of you is wondering why we would say such a thing and the other part is jumping for joy at the thought of being able to skip the annual ritual of raking, [...]Read more

Top 5 Firewood Questions from the 2016 Firewood Season

Top 5 Firewood Questions from the 2016 Firewood Season
The dog days of summer are upon us!   Getting in the last few beach days, starting back to school shopping and firewood for the winter…. Well at least that is what is on our minds this time of year. Throughout the month, we will continue taking [...]Read more

We are in a drought – How can I help my tree out?

We are in a drought – How can I help my tree out?
As a child, we would sing: “Rain, Rain, Go Away, Come back another day!” If only we had realized how much we needed that rain! As adults, what do we do when our trees need water and Mother Nature is not providing it? How to spot a [...]Read more

The steaks were sizzling on the grill then…

The steaks were sizzling on the grill then…
Steaks are sizzling on the grill; the children are playing tag in the yard and your Mother-in-law gets up from the table walks over to the grill and falls. Everyone runs to her aid (if she is like Mother-in-laws that I know this will be a very [...]Read more

Volcano of mulch – Don’t let this problem erupt in your yard!

Volcano of mulch – Don’t let this problem erupt in your yard!
Q. I hear people talk about not making a volcano of mulch around the tree. What is it and why is it bad? Great question that we get asked a lot! You will never see hot lava erupting from the top of your trees so no worries [...]Read more
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