I think that the deck has exceeded all of our expectations. Those lovely drawings did not begin to convey the real thing. You must (or at least should) be very proud.
This is very common question:
Oaks should be pruned in the dryer months to avoid exposing the open wood to fungus
Evergreens and conifers should be pruned in the colder months to reduce ‘bleeding’ and susceptibility to beetles.
Fruit tree should be pruned in early spring to let the right buds develop in the growing season.
For any questions, feel free to contact one of our Certified Arborists
Wow! You just left our office and you still respond asap… what would we do without Dave Kent!!!!!
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Every branch, every leaf…everything done with amazing level of detail.
You should be very proud
The caliber of work was amazing.
We hope that you have a safe and enjoyable holiday. Please remember the people that have boots on the ground and hands on the work.
Cleary Bros. Landscape, Inc. appointed Matthew Berry as its new Account Manager/Arborist. While Berry may be a new face in the Cleary Bros. family, he is no newcomer to the local area. He comes to the company with nearly sixteen years in tree care serving the greater Bay Area.
Years prior to starting his new position, Berry, a graduate of Cal Poly-Pomona’s agricultural program, was an admirer of Cleary Bros. and their work. “When I heard about the opportunity to work with them, I didn’t hesitate,” he said. “I knew it was the right choice. There is a lot of depth and pride here and I’m glad to be a part of the team.”
Mike and Martin Cleary, founders of Cleary Bros., were equally excited to bring Berry into the fold. “We had been looking for someone with a significant level of experience for quite some time,” said Martin. “Our customers have come to expect the best from Cleary Bros., so our standards are extremely high.”
Together, Berry and Cleary Bros. have nearly a half-century of combined industry experience. This reinforces the company’s commitment to maintaining its reputation for delivering award-winning work and specialized, expert service. Berry will be joining a division that includes five other certified arborists currently on the Cleary Bros. team, all of whom belong to both the California Arborists Association and the International Society of Arboriculture.
Like many members of the Cleary Bros. staff, Berry’s passion for the outdoors and the community reach beyond his professional life. He is a great believer in staying active and using his knowledge to improve the environment. “Giving back is important to me,” he said. “We all have the potential to make a difference in our communities. Whether I’m on the job or at home, I do what I can to make the Bay Area a beautiful place to live and work.” Berry enjoys kayaking, running, travel and gardening. He and his family live in the Oakley area.
For 27 years, Cleary Bros. has provided superior landscape service the entire north and east Bay Area, and has recently extended its reach into Santa Clara County. They are currently accepting new clients.
Buddy and I took a walk through the Breakers neighborhood today. Promontory is so much nicer, quiet, and well maintained. A lot of the difference is the quality and consistency of our landscaping. Thanks to the Board for the work we do, and to Cleary for the work you do to keep us looking top-notch.