Frequently Asked Questions
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Why hire an ISA Certified Arborist?
What are common signs of stress on a tree to look for?
How do I tell if my trees need pruning?
If you have limbs that are breaking, it’s likely due to leverage. A crown reduction reduces leverage/the risk of failure by shortening limbs.
Why do use crown reduction instead of thinning?
Crown reduction is a method used to reduce the leverage of individual tree branches. Leverage is often to the culprit for failure as it significantly increases the weight of a branch, causing breakage. Thinning is method in which every third or fourth branch is removed. Crown reduction is a more effective method.
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Do you use spikes on trees that you’re trimming?
No, we have technique that allows us to access your trees without using spikes.
Are spikes harmful to trees?
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How much does it cost to get an estimate?
Estimates are free.
How long does it take to get an estimate?
Estimates are usually scheduled within one business day.
Are we licensed, bonded, and insured?
Yes, we are licensed, bonded, and insured.
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