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Pole Saw Systems Reach 33'

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Hi Steve, I have already used my new pole saw. Lightweight, sturdy, durable, definitely a fine product. I checked 5 different vendors locally and was unable to find a product of this quality anywhere. The videos that you included were also useful.  Thanks again,  Dave B
ATSS HPS25  Pole Saw 1-3/8 ODATSS HPS25 Pole Saw 1-3/8 OD
The ATSS HPS25 pole saw allows the user to reach up to 25 ft.
ATSS Pole Saw - PSS30ATSS Pole Saw - PSS30
1-3/4" pole diameter. 6 blue anodized coated aluminum poles.
Pole Saw ATSS- PSS30NCPole Saw ATSS- PSS30NC
1-3/4" pole diameter. Fiberglass pole permits for safer trimming around household feed.
Pole Saw Pruner - ATSS-HPSPL25Pole Saw Pruner - ATSS-HPSPL25
1-3/8" pole diameter. Reach up to 25 feet. Trim with either the 1-3/4" pruner or 16" blade. Free Ergo Handle
Pole Saw Pruner - ATSS-PSPL30Pole Saw Pruner - ATSS-PSPL30
Achieve a higher reach without a ladder and your feet on the ground. Modular quick connect design for fast swap out of all components.
Limited time offer:
Free Ergo Handle
Pole Saw Pruner ATSS-PSPL30NCPole 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.
Oaks:  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 if done late season. 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: 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.
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Hi Steve, I received my saw and poles on the same day  (less than a week after ordering) works great on my pecan trees! I would definitely buy another blade if there is a 22 inch available in the future, have some 8-10 inch limbs that needs to be cut also. Thanks for everything. Ben

Steve, I want to thank you so much. Not only was my delivery right on time, I love this pole saw. We got so much work done it was unbelievable. Whipped that big nasty tree into submission and I had a ball doing it with my kids. Once I started I couldn't seem to stop, haha. When a woman in her 60s can have fun at work anyone should be able to. Again Thank You and God Bless. I look forward to doing business with you in the near future. Pat

"Steve, I did some trimming with about 18 ft of pole and it worked great. Much easier and safer than climbing a ladder with the shorter pole saw I had been using. It’s not cheap but its a nice sturdy rig and there is nothing close to it in the stores. I’m glad I stumbled across this on the internet". Brian M.

Steve: I received the poles and saw within 3 business days. I have a large assortment of palm trees, oaks and pecan trees. Some palms I have not been able to trim for several years due to height. I am pleased to say that my new pole saw does a quick job of these trees! Now I can enjoy looking at them again. I have also trimmed my magnolias and some troublesome pecan branches that were on the roof of a garage. The saw blade provided cut the 5" hardwood with no problem. I intend to order your lopper head too for the fan palms with their small diameter fronds! Thank you for the fast service! John L. 

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