Frequently asked questions
Can you diagnose and treat my tree?
Our arborists are certified by the International Society of Arboriculture and are specially trained to conduct health assessments on trees. We use the ISA’s “Level 2” or “Level 3” assessment process combined with our own proprietary 10-point system to conduct a health triage, determine a diagnosis and prepare a treatment plan to bring your tree back to health, if it can be saved. Health assessments start at $79. If needed, your arborist will conduct soil and water tests, give your tree vitamin, mineral and microbiotic soil treatments and conduct necessary pruning and provide ground cover. He or she will also teach you how to best water and care for your tree yourself, saving you money and effort while helping your trees thrive.
Can you determine if my tree is safe?
Our arborists are certified by the International Society of Arboriculture and are specially trained to conduct risk assessments on trees through the ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qulaification System. Our arborists use the ISA’s Tree Risk Assessment methods to assess a tree’s risk rating. Risk ratings are based on the health of the tree and the tree’s relation to structures (like houses or outbuildings) and facilities (like driveways and streets). Our certified arborists can provide you with Certified Arborist Reports, TRA forms and other documentation that you might need for insurance or your own peace of mind. Arborists will also provide you with mitigation options to reduce or eliminate the risk trees pose to your property.
Can you assess all the trees on my property?
A tree inventory is a cost-effective way for you to manage all your trees. Our Certified Arborists can provide you with both a printed and electronic inventory and management plan designed to keep your unique trees healthy and thriving and well maintained. An inventory help prevent your trees from becoming hazards to your home or other structures by reminding you when to trim, mulch, water or fertilize your trees.