If you look outside at your lawn right now, what do you see? Is there a tree that is in desperate need of a trim? Is it winter and you’re not sure if you can do anything for your plants now? Did your hedges start looking strange at the end of last season? Did you plant a tree yourself this past year and you’ve become unsure if it’s growing the way it should? It sounds like it’s time for a professional consultation.
If your plants or trees are not looking healthy, it is essential to have them examined by a Certified Arborist. Certified Arborists have extensive knowledge of plant and tree diseases. This knowledge is critical to determine the best course of action, the timing of the treatments, and what corrective things can be done to improve plant and tree health and keep the problem under control. This is why we recommend a consultation.
Consultation vs. Estimate
What is the difference between an estimate and a consultation? Estimates, while free, don’t allow you the one-on-one time with our certified arborist. In contrast, when our Certified Arborist is on your property doing a consultation, you get the chance to ask questions, speaking with them directly about the best course of treatment. You should always be able to ask your arborist any question you like. The answers they give you should be able to be verified by an outside source.
If you’re wondering why a Certified Arborist is the person for the job and not just any tree service or arbor service, we can explain that too. Here are some questions you should feel free to ask whoever is coming by for a consult. Just like a doctor, you should also feel free to ask for a second or third opinion. You should be comfortable ensuring the best course of action will be taken!
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