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What is the difference between an arborist and a Certified Arborist?
Arborists are specially trained professionals that are knowledgeable and equipped to provide proper tree care services. ISA Certified Arborists are individuals who have achieved a level of knowledge in the art and science of tree care. To reach this designation, an arborist must have at least three years of experience and pass a comprehensive examination. These individuals are also required to continue their education in order to maintain certification, ensuring that their knowledge is always at the leading edge of arboriculture techniques. Those are just some of the reasons you should hire an arborist for your landscaping needs.
Is the damage to my tree repairable?
Once a tree shows outward signs of distress such as the early loss of leaves or decay, it is likely that the underlying issue has already progressed to the later stages. As experts in local conditions and tree problems, our arborists provide tree and shrub inspections to proactively identify and monitor any potential issues – hopefully catching them before they are beyond repair.
Remember, as trees mature, they become more susceptible to wood decay and other structural defects. Older trees will often fall apart as they begin a gradual decline and eventually die. Trees exposed to severe weather can be damaged in a manner that is not so obvious to a homeowner. We are trained to correctly identify and assess these symptoms and develop a plan to remedy the issue.
With industry leading credentials covering this subject, feel free to request a Tree Risk Assessment from our ISA Qualified team!
What's so important about trees, anyway?
Trees do more than just provide beauty and shade. There are a great many reasons for having trees at your home, in the city and throughout your community. Learn more about the social, communal, environmental and economic benefits of trees.
How do I benefit from soil remediation?
Each year as your plants grow, they use up valuable nutrients in the soil. While collecting your grass clippings and other weeds helps keep your home looking great, it interrupts nature’s process of replenishing those nutrients. Over time that leads to and unhealthy and potentially harmful environment for your plants. That’s why our professionals fully analyze your soil and implement solutions to keep it nutrient-rich – helping make sure that your trees and all of your plants look good for the long haul, not just one season.
What is the "ANSI A300?"
ANSI A300 standards are the minimum requirements to meet the national performance standard for tree care practices. These standards are developed by industry professionals and are followed voluntarily. Any team you hire to perform tree or landscape services should be well versed in these standards. If they are not, then they are not a qualified choice to care for your outdoor environment. Learn more about ANSI A300 standards.
Safe and Experienced Crane Operation
In recent years, the use of mobile, truck-mounted cranes for tree work has increased dramatically. That means accidents while using these cranes has also been on the rise. When you choose Whole Tree Care of Ohio for crane services, we want you to know that we are experienced crane operators with in-depth knowledge of all safety procedures and regulations.
Should I be worried about safety?
Safety is always a top priority at Whole Tree Care of Ohio. That’s why we fully provide all liability insurance and Bureau of Workman Compensation, as required by law, on all of our employees. So when it comes to the safety of you, your family, your property and our employees, you can be confident that we have it covered.