Trees are Valuable

You are passionate about the trees in your yard, and you know how much they enhance your family’s life and your property. Proper tree care is an investment in the future of your landscaping. You want a professional who is qualified to assess the health of your trees and make recommendations for their continued care.

Safety

A fifty-foot tree with a diameter of 12 inches can weigh a ton. That two-thousand-pound tree can cause a lot of damage if an inexperienced tree trimmer accidentally causes it to fall on your house or other property. You want to be sure that the company you hire is fully insured as well as competent. Check the credentials of the business you choose, and get a written contract for the work.

Inexperienced Tree Care Workers May Damage Your Trees

Incorrect pruning, rough climbing methods, and cutting too much wood while trimming branches are just a few of the practices unprofessional tree trimmers may perform. Unknowledgeable tree trimmers can cause permanent problems and damage that will shorten the life of your tree, costing you years of valuable time while you wait for a replacement to grow.

An ISA Certified Arborist is an individual who is trained in the art and science of caring for trees. Those who are certified through the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) have passed comprehensive examinations in all areas of tree care; much like a building contractor. They must also continue their education to maintain certification.

Peace of Mind

When you hire Heritage Tree Care, you are choosing experienced professionals. They are insured, will get any permits that are required and provide you with a written proposal.

An ISA Certified Arborist will assess the general condition of your trees and suggest care that may improve their health. You can be confident that their uniformed and professional staff will work safely, according to national standards, and that your property will be treated respectfully and left clean upon job completion.

Written by Heritage Tree Care