Nashville, TN (PressExposure) July 15, 2011 -- After exploding with growth during the spring and summer seasons, New Horizon Tree Service, the local Nashville Tree Service company, has added yet a fifth service vehicle to its fleet of company vehicles this summer to help ensure the most efficient work possible for new and existing tree service clients in middle Tennessee, Nashville and surrounding counties this summer.
Company president Troy Zanko confides the new edition is a bucket truck extending up to seventy feet high allowing access to even some of the highest trees in the Nashville area. This acquisition only brings to life Zanko's much heralded motto, "All things look better with a new horizon!"
New Horizon Tree Service provides Nashville tree trimming service, tree removal, crown reduction, tree cutting, preventive tree trimming maintenance, deadwood removal and other tree service solutions for both commericial and residential property owners in Nashville and surrounding counties in Middle Tennessee.
Doug Barger, marketing director for the Nashville Tree Service company, New Horizon Tree Service, suggests, "This not only helps the crew on the ground get each job done more efficiently, but should also increase overall company revenues due to the increased amount of jobs we are able to service along with the other bucket trucks and vehicles."
Barger additionally adds the new bucket truck is a product of perfect timing. "Overall, this is a great move for New Horizon Tree Service, Nashville property owners and residents. This couldn't happen at a better time considering the summer season usually means more tree service needs due to storms."
Next on the horizon for the Nashville tree service company is a crane allowing easier access across property lines for tree removals as well as a grappler which makes it easier to remove entire trees without as much cutting as needed with chainsaws to do the work branch by branch and cut by cut.
The news was received with open arms by the groundsmen, foreman and crew because of the excitement sparked by the company growth expansion this summer.