Nicholas Pringuer, Arborist Representative at Bartlett Tree Experts, works out of our Stamford, CT office.
More about Nicholas Pringuer
Nick was born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa. He founded and successfully ran his own tree care company there for 15 years. When he relocated to the United States in 2019, his love for trees beckoned him to well-forested New England and he settled in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Nick joined Bartlett Tree Experts in 2022 as an Arborist Representative serving New Canaan.
An ISA Certified Arborist, Nick is also ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualified (TRAQ) and a Connecticut Licensed Arborist. He is committed to finding solutions for his clients’ plant care needs and holds customer satisfaction as a top priority.
In his free time, Nick enjoys exploring the Connecticut state parks and New England coastline.
What Our Customers Are Saying About Nicholas Pringuer
The Bartlett’s crew was perfect in every way. No improvement needed.
Comments about Arborist Meeting Nick Pringuer was a wonderful way to begin to feel responsible about my natural property. Nick is friendly, engaging, and a true professional. He is an obvious and impressive arboreal expert of many years. Nick explained the life cycle and seasonal conditions affecting my long-lived but possibly decaying sole Apple tree, the remaining specimen of a once vibrant orchard that I am told existed on my property. Nick assured me all was not lost, suggested pruning and fertilization, and that the tree should survive. He explained the bark’s apparent extensive insect infestation was not so and that I need not worry. I no longer felt I was an irresponsible tree owner and had overlooked so much for too long. All good. Thank you Nick and for taking better care of my trees. I feel in good hands with Nick and Bartlett.
Mary S., New Canaan, CT
Nick and the crew were all amazing. They are efficient, courteous, and cleaned the job sites up thoroughly when the cuttings were completed. They were also easy to chat with and communicated with us throughout the process. You do not realize just how grueling and dangerous their work is until you see them so far up in the trees cutting limbs down as they are perched up there. Thank you so much.
Bob K., New Canaan, CT