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Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 1/23/2020 to Climbing News
Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 1/23/2020 to Tree Climbing Safety
Through my experience, I’ve seen different types of injuries that have prevented people from working as well as prevented some from coming back to work altogether. Let’s have a discussion on a repeated use injury that is far too common in our industry and how we can try to keep it at a minimum from this point forward!
Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 12/26/2019 to Tree Climbing Gear
Stay warm this winter season with our tips for properly bundling up.
Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 12/26/2019 to Climbing News
Team Bartlett speaks with sub-contractor professional tree climber Joe Drinkhorn.
Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 11/22/2019
We take a look at the history behind Christmas trees.
Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 11/22/2019 to Tree Climbing Gear
'Tis the season of Christmas where, if you’re a boss or owner, play Santa and gift bonuses and presents so we thought we would put together an awesome list of gift ideas your crew will love and benefit from!
Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 10/21/2019 to Tree Climbing Gear
We get a lot of questions about all the different kinds of slings and what they should be used for. When it comes to tree removal, rigging, and climbing, different slings can make a big difference in what you are planning on doing while aloft or on the ground. Let’s take a look at some of our different options and get an idea of what they should be used for!
Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 10/15/2019
10 marketing strategies for reaching new customers in the next year.
Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 9/19/2019 to Tree Climbing Safety
Happy Halloween from Bartlett!
Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 9/18/2019 to Tree Climbing Gear
What is the one piece of gear you wouldn't want to climb without?
Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 8/27/2019 to Tree Climbing Gear
The importance of a Good Rigging Control System, or GRCS.
Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 8/27/2019 to Climbing News
Can't get enough of trees? Incorporate your love for trees into your end-of-summer plans with these nature-inspired activities.
Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 7/23/2019 to Tree Climbing Gear
An Interview with "Arborjet Joe" Aiken
Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 7/22/2019 to Tree Climbing Safety
No matter where we are in our career, we should always been pushing ourselves to achieve the next level. Learning new skills and gaining knowledge should feel like a constant cycle, because never can we know everything. Even in the arborist community- there’s so much to learn. There is always new gear being released, new techniques being discovered, and new certifications to earn. So where do you start?