The Traynor tree crew was supposed to trim trees away from our townhouse units. But rather than judiciously trimming the branches of a 20-year old dogwood that was the focal point of my yard, the tree crew simply hacked off all the branches completely on one side of the tree!
Apparently they wanted to do the job quickly and without any consideration of the look, use, or value of the tree. As a result, they destroyed over a decade's worth of the tree's growth in an error that is irreversible.
It has turned my shady deck into a hot, unusable space in the summer, ruined the landscaping of my deck, exposed the remaining tree to risk of disease (should only prune dogwoods when dormant), and impaired the market value of my home.
I contacted Scott Traynor about the work his crew did, and he promised to inspect the tree and let me know what might be done. 5 days later, I've yet to hear back from him.
BTW, this is the same company that last year removed a Bradford Pear tree from my neighbor's yard and let it crash onto bushes, a fountain, and trellis in my yard, because they ""didn't realize how tall the tree was."" What kind of tree company doesn't think of that?
Bottomline: their work may be cheap, but it's also shoddy. You get what you pay for.