Rogue Tree Solutions

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In 2005, Toni Adamrovich took a semester from college to move to Mississippi and work with Hurricane Katrina relief. While volunteering with a local church, he was asked if he knew how to clear trees. Figuring it couldn’t be that difficult, he quickly discovered there is much more to tree service than just a chainsaw. Over the next three months, Toni learned the trade from other volunteers. He loved the thrills and challenges and when he returned to school, Toni started working part-time with a local tree company. In 2015, after working with multiple companies over several years, Toni bought his first bucket truck and launched Rogue Tree Solutions.

As he realized the demands of owning his own business, he grew frustrated and turned to old friend Corey Parsons. Growing up around the industry, Corey understood the challenges and frustrations Toni was facing. When Toni was on the verge of calling it quits, Corey encouraged him to take a break, clear his head, and return ready to restructure. Corey grew up around one of the largest tree services in the nation, “I remember riding with my dad to a job site when I was 5 years old. I wasn’t allowed out of the truck, but everything I could see fascinated me.” After high school, Corey followed in his father’s footsteps and went to work for the same company. Over the next ten years, he would learn the tools he needed to one day branch out, understanding the value of a cohesive team and how to prioritize safety. Corey came on part time with Toni, working in the evenings and on the weekends.


Life-Long Friends and now Business Partners, Corey Parsons and Toni Adamrovich

Rogue Tree was gaining momentum and, at the same time, Corey was up for a big promotion at his current company. He faced the biggest decision of his life: take a promotion at an established company with a guaranteed salary, or take a giant leap into the unknown. In 2016, Corey left to partner with Toni full time at Rogue Tree. The two wanted to shake up the industry, operating differently than everyone else. They shaped the company around education, safety, and brotherhood. Toni explains, “This job is hazardous, we have to trust each other. We don’t just work together, we play together, we travel together. We have built a brotherhood here. Other tree companies have trouble finding guys, we have guys asking us for jobs.” From the first call to the last cut, the level of professionalism and attention to safety and detail are unparalleled.


Safety is Rogue Tree’s Top Priority, Carrying Worker’s Comp Coverage to protect both their clients and employees

Corey puts it best, “We developed a safety program that is strictly enforced. We want every one of our guys to go home to their families at the end of each day.” With hands-on leadership and a family-like culture, the team is able to work smoothly, safely, and efficiently. Client Phil Olson of the College of Wooster explains, “What these guys get done in a day takes other companies three or four days. They work seamlessly as a unit to get the job done quickly and do it right.” As Rogue Tree grows, Corey and Toni want to provide the absolute best service available to their customers while maintaining a closely knit team. Part of this growth is being able to offer more services in addition to tree trimming, stump grinding, and tree removal. This spring, Rogue Tree Solutions is launching a sister company, Rogue Property Solutions, a full service company to meet the needs of residential, corporate, or municipal properties. Whether you’re in need of tree services or property services, call the professionals at Rogue at 330.206.8915 or visit them online at roguetreesolutions.com

Rogue Tree works with homeowners, businesses, and municipalities for all tree service needs

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