Certified Arborist

Certified ArboristCertified Arborist are widely recognized professionals.  They are educated and trained in:

  • Diagnosis and treatment of your landscape problems.
  • Proper pruning and management techniques for your landscape plants.
  • Understanding tree biology.
  • Identifying and selecting the appropriate plants for your landscape
  • Installation and establishment of plants for your landscape.
  • Understanding the delicate soil and water requirements that affect plant health.
  • Nutritional requirements and fertilization techniques to keep your plants in peak form.
  • Recognizing tree hazards and construction damage.

To maintain and beautify the world around us, residential property, commercial property or the town you live in, Certified Arborist are there to help you.

To qualify as a Certified Arborist, an experienced plant health care professional must pass an extensive examination developed by an international panel of experts in the industry and academia.  The International Society of Arborculture maintains this voluntary certification program.

Do not hesitate to ask any prospective Arborist to see their International Society of Arborculture (ISA) Certification Identification Card.

The education program does not stop with testing.  A Certified Arborist must keep abreast of new technology by attending seminars and reviewing the latest publications to obtain necessary continuing educational credits.

In today’s fragile environment, a Certified Arborist can maintain your landscape and help you to preserve the aesthetic and ecological value of your trees and shrubs.

Please remember, Certifications can attest to the knowledgeable background of an Arborist, but it does not guarantee or assure quality performance.  It is a means to assist you in selecting an Arborist who has a proven level of knowledge and technical competency.

Not all arborculture firms have Certified Arborist on their staff. When choosing a tree care firm, check the classified pages for those companies that employ arborist who are certified.  Do not hesitate to ask any prospective Arborist to see their International Society of Arborculture (ISA) Certification Identification Card.