We are excited to introduce the addition of a new member to our tree service company. Greg Wilding will join our team in 2013 as the Manager of Sales. As a small company, we feel privileged to add someone with great community rapport to our growing team. Greg was raised in Centerville, UT and has a Bachelor's degree from Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. Greg has experience in owning and operating a small business, and has a number of years experience in real estate sales throughout Northern Utah's Davis, Weber, and Morgan Counties. During the first several months of 2013 we will be training Greg in proper climbing, pruning, rigging, and other practices to ensure your trees are maintained to the standards you have come to expect from Cutting Edge Tree Professionals.
We have also be working on our new and improved Website which should be available to the public March 2013. The new website is a visual representation of who we are, and we feel that showcasing our services the way we have will reveal our love of trees and the beauty they give our landscapes.
If you are looking for a tree care company that you can trust will give you a fair price for the job, consider us at Cutting Edge Tree Professionals. We believe in retaining customers, and feel that in order to accomplish this we need to provide safe good-quality yet affordable tree care services. We have been in business since 2009, but most of our team members have worked around and in trees their entire lives in occupations such as wildland fire fighting, logging, landscaping, and commercial landscape maintenance. Nearly all crew members have at least a bachelor's degree in various fields of study, and a couple of us are working to become ISA certified arborists.
We are located in Layton, Utah but service Davis, Weber, and Morgan counties. We offer tree pruning, removal, planting, land and lot clearing, stump removal, shrub trimming, planting and removal, storm damage prevention, fruit tree pruning, hazard tree assessment and removals, and emergency tree removal services to name a few. We have also recently gotten into chain grinding mostly to speed the process of keeping our own chains sharpened, but we plan to start sharpening customer chain on a small scale for an affordable price.