Best Tree Care Is An ISA Certified Arborist You Can Rely On
An arborist is someone who has studied the science of planting and taking care of individual trees. Arborists know how to provide trees with correct care.
Hiring a certified arborist is a sensible choice when creating an attractive landscape. Well-tended trees are not only enticing but also boost the value of a property. Inversely, neglected trees can reduce the value of a property, and worse yet can become an insurance liability.
Trees are not always straightforward to maintain. Furthermore, the taller and thicker the tree, the more threatening is the work. A tree expert has been schooled to work safely when it comes to pruning trees.
A certified arborist has been provided training to improve safety, appearance, and the life of a tree.
An arborist can advise either trimming or removing a tree altogether depending on the circumstance.
Pruning is composed of removing:
- Clustered branches.
- Branches that interfere with windows, facades, and sidewalks, as well those intruding on to chimneys, roofs, and gutters.
- Decayed branches that could be hazardous.
- Insect-plagued branches.
- Branches that would damage a building if there’s a hurricane.
- Branches to train young trees.
- Branches obscuring daylight to a building.
Besides pruning, you may consider removing a tree for the following issues. A tree:
- Is dying or already dead.
- Is a hazard due to brush fire, storms, or some other reason.
- Is obstructing construction to a property.
- Is stifling the expansion of other trees.
- Should be replaced by a tree that is better suited for the Central Texas Climate.
Our Certified Arborist can also provide:
They clear a landscape which has storm-damaged trees.
They plant the best trees for the location. Planting the wrong trees could cause a variety of Problems from poor growth to insufficient space for expansion, and from insect-infestation to tree diseases.
They provide the tree with plant health care, including tree fertilization, bracing weak branches, aeration for root growth, installing lightning protection systems, spraying pesticides, and controlling tree sicknesses.
Hiring an ISA Certified Arborist
A certified arborist is overseen by the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA), has shown that he is a seasoned professional, one who is well-versed in the latest methodologies in tree care.
The credential proves that an arborist:
Has spent 3 or more years in arboriculture, forestry, landscape design, or horticulture.
Has studied some subjects to pass the exam.
Has reviewed and considered a code of ethics to establish convincing and reliable practices.
Has met or surpassed ISO 17024 standards set by the American National Standards Institute.