Tree Cutting Tools | Tree Trimming Tools
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When you need to reach those tall 30 - 35 foot high brances without a ladder we have your solution.
Cut up to 5-6" diameter branches with a 16" blade (larger diameters with some experience)
Lop off up to 1-3/4" diameter branches with our 1-3/4" large cut pruner lopper.
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- Our Long Reach Pole Pruners are assembled from high quality professional grade components.
- Ultra lightweight durable aluminum interlocking consistent diameter tubing will not buckle, bend, twist or collapse. Modular design for ease of use.
- Our tree cutting tools pay for themselves fast!
- Systems designed for men, women, homeowners and professionals alike.
- Lifetime aluminum pole warranty.
- Our saw systems are not available in any store anywhere!
- We simply have the best value for your dollar. No sales tax. System pricing includes shipping.
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Pole Saw Pruner ATSS-PSPL30NC
Fiberglass pole permits for safer trimming around common household feed.1-3/4" pruner head cut and 16" hooked tip blade.
Tree Saw Pole Pruner ATSS-TSPL30
33 foot reach or more without a ladder! Large 1-3/4" lopper cut and 16" hooked tip blade. 6 poles plus free ergo handle
Tree Saw ATSS-TPS30
This saw has 6 interlocking modular quick connect poles permitting for a high reach without a ladder. Fast set up. 33' reach or more.
Tree Saw ATSS-HTPS25This Saw System can reach heights up to 25 feet. Smaller pole diameter is suitable for both men and women!
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TIME TO TRIM BEFORE SNOW FLIES
Oaks: Oak trees have a very specific window of when you should NOT prune them, because of the disease oak wilt. The disease is caused by a fungus (Ceraticystis fagacearum) that is spread by a common type of beetle (Nitidulid beetles). These beetles are most active during the spring months, generally from February through May. Never prune oak tress during this time, because the open wounds caused by pruning sap over (a natural tree response to injury) which then attracts the insects and also provides an open easy access for the fungus to get inside the tree. The best time to prune oaks is during their dormant season when the beetles are least active, usually November through January. When you make a cut as you prune, cover the wound with a sealant that’s safe for the tree- like a warm wax, latex paint, or pitch specially made for sealing tree grafts and wounds. Pruning younger oaks is important to starting the tree properly. Pruning to keep an even shape that’s well balanced is most important for oak trees. As they age, pruning becomes more about removing dead and diseased wood than maintaining shape.
Maples: Maples are pretty forgiving and don’t necessarily have any special considerations for pruning and trimming. The only exception is to avoid pruning maple trees in the early spring. Maple trees move their sap in heavy amounts in the spring, and if you make a cut to one during this time, the tree will bleed heavily. Continue on further into the spring as the tree is budding and growing new leaves- if you trim maples then, they won’t put as much energy into healing the wound as they put into growing their leaves, which could result in added disease. This also applies to when maples drop their leaves in the fall. Otherwise, maples can be trimmed just about any time. Summer and early winter are good times for different reasons, mostly so you can judge the aesthetics of your cuts. In the summer when the tree is fully leafed-out, you can trim and prune while judging the tree’s full leafed out form. In the winter, you can easily see crossing branches that need to be pruned, imbalances in form, and other basic structural issues without the leaves in the way. One different consideration all together is the silver maple. Silver maples sucker often and you can trim down these suckers at any time of year.
Hi Steve, The unit works well. I've connected four of the poles to reach some high 4-6" limbs and it is good and sturdy. I wish a 18-20" saw blade was available. I think it would make the pushing and pulling strokes more efficient. Thanks for the quick follow up service. Doug H.
Steve, Thanks for the quick shipping. I really appreciate that. I was able to use it over the weekend and it worked great! It solved a problem that has been bugging me for several months. Thanks again for the excellent service and the quality tool. Jeff F
Hi ATSS, I have been using this cool tool for the last few weeks. It is death on pine, cedar, and mulberry trees. I can't believe the size of branches this 5'6", 145 pound gal can tackle. The eucalyptus tree is still a bit of a challenge, but when you have 32 tall trees in need of pruning, this is a moot point. The saw is outstanding and that hooky hooked gizmo has saved my butt a few times getting branches down. So, I will be ordering another saw soon. But bottom line....I really am enjoying my new tool. Sincerely, Yvonne D
Thanks Steve. I received the system and it is awesome! I am cutting limbs 40-ft in the air from the ground. Great Value & Excellent Service! Doug B. NC
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* Free extra pole applies to select 1-3/4" pole diameter systems. See Product Description(s) for details. The large diameter pruner sets are designed for a maximum stacking of 5 poles. Adding one additional pole may cause additional stress causing failure however this is extremely rare. We do not recommend stacking more than 6 poles. Should you elect to stack beyond 6 and experience failure we trust you will take ownership.
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