A Certified Arborist is a tree care professional who is trained and knowledgeable in all aspects of Arboriculture. Certification requires a combination of experience, education, and satisfactory performance on an exam. The ISA holds certified arborists to a higher standard in regards to ethics and makes the industry as a whole more credible.
Is Arborlogical licensed and certified?
Arborlogical is a licensed tree service in Colorado and Texas. Further, we have set ourselves apart by becoming accredited by the Tree Care Industry Association. Being accredited by the TCIA means we are held to the highest standards for safety, customer service, business practices, and quality of work. Arborlogical staffs certified arborists, licensed applicators, and numerous degreed professionals.
Do you offer estimates?
Yes! We offer estimates to our local customers. From time to time we are asked to travel outside of our normal territories which results in a consultation fee. This fee is applied to the balance of the work to be performed should you choose to accept.
What is a typical price range for tree trimming or pruning?
This depends on the size of the job and equipment required. Let one of our sales Arborists give you an itemized estimate on the things you want completed.
How do I choose a tree company?
There are a lot of “Tree Companies” to choose from, just ask google! Look for a company that staffs certified arborists, is accredited by the TCIA, and is licensed to do business locally.
When is the best time to trim my trees?
This is a question we get a lot. The answer we most often give is “yesterday”. As arborists, we want a tree to maximize its energy and resources and put growth on in the right places. If we can eliminate bad growth habits and unwanted limbs, “bad” growth will be redirected. Some diseases such as Oak Wilt require that we only prune during dormancy on susceptible trees. Our sales arborists will make you aware of these intricacies when you schedule a consultation.
How do you trim or remove trees that are hard to access?
We have years of experience, training, and specialized equipment. Trees are our business! We will find a solution to your problem.
How can I tell if my trees are a hazard or at risk?
Arborists are trained to notice subtle signs such as bark separation, fungal bodies, secondary insects, inclusions, etc. Hazardous trees may look healthy right up until the day they are not. Let one of our Arborists assess your property and identify any potential hazards.
Can I remove a tree myself or do I need an arborist?
DIY tree removal? Maybe you can, but remember we have specialized equipment that makes removal and disposal extremely efficient and SAFE. Do us a favor before you remove a tree on your own. Google “Tree Removal Fails”.
When should I consider removing a tree?
While nobody wants to see a tree removed, circumstances may require it. If you have mixed emotions on whether or not a tree should go, let one of our arborist work through your options with you.
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