Miller Rambo, Arborist Representative at Bartlett Tree Experts, works out of our Augusta, GA office.
More about Miller Rambo
Miller Rambo is a Georgia native growing up in Cordele, Georgia. Now an Arborist Representative, Miller is dedicated and passionate about Bartlett's scientific approach to tree care. Over the years, he has gained personal experience in all aspects of tree care, which include pruning to soil care to disease and insect management. He takes great pride in offering unique solutions to enhance and care for clients' trees and landscapes.
Miller received his Bachelors of Science degree from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Golf Turf Management along with an Associate of Applied Science and Wildlife Technology. Beginning his career with Bartlett in 2018 as a Crew Leader, his natural leadership abilities lead him to the role of Local Office Safety Coordinator. He has quickly expanded his personal knowledge of Arboriculture and Tree and Shrub care.
Miller has always had a passion for the outdoors. Growing up hunting, fishing, and skiing, along with a handful other sports. A proud husband married to Cassandra, they have two loyal Labradors, Drake and Rhett. Now residing in Washington, GA, he spends his spare time enjoying his family, gardening, golfing, hunting, and fishing.
What Our Customers Are Saying About Miller Rambo
Great with communication. Did a wonderful job.
John S., Augusta, GA
We have had several services completed on time and within budget by Bartlett. The folks did a great job and left our property in good shape. There are a lot of good tree services in Augusta, but if you are looking to help your trees and shrubs by improving their health I would get an appointment with Bartlett. They helped save several of our trees this Spring via root invigoration, light limb pruning, and correcting too-deep planting, plus some targeted insecticide drench. They did all this while minimizing effects on other insect species. They added soil amendments during the invigoration process and developed watering plans that would sustain the trees while they recovered from all this disturbance. All the trees have put on a lot of growth, including four Leyland Cypresses where two right beside were lost to soil fungus, a massive Oak tree with an early beetle infestation, two Magnolias with false oleander scale, and several other smaller trees near these.
Eileen S., Augusta, GA