Proposal and Consultation
We don’t begin work until you understand our proposal to the very last detail. It's critical for you to know what we suggest and why.
The consultation phase happens like this:
You receive a Tree Risk Assessment, and Condition Assessment, and written proposal. Expect that our proposals will include solutions that will nurture your tree at every stage of growth.
We review everything with you, with your Homeowner's Association, or even with you Insurance Company and finalize a course of action.
There’s nothing more important than your property’s safety and appeal, so we take our work very seriously. We're committed to being the best. This commitment to tree care and conservation has resulted in a list of very satisfied clients. We're ready to add your name to it.
As internationally certified arborists, we do more than plant shrubs and arrange trees. Our company creates a program that addresses every phase of the life of your tree. It incorporates your personal aesthetic while protecting and preserving what you care about most: Home.
Don’t trust your property's development to just any company. We use a stringent, client-centric process to ensure collaboration occurs at every critical junction and that you’re informed every step of the way.
We provide our services for an array of clients: individual home owners, insurance companies, commercial contractors, civic institutions, local governments as well as public and private institutions.
Getting the job done
During the final stage we move forward with the agreed upon solution.
The execution phase happens like this:
We may be pruning, we may be cabling, or we may be felling. We will always be doing what's best for you. While we perform, we also inform.
Assessment: Getting to the root of the issue with a plan
The assessment phase happens like this:
Initial consultation between you and our certified arborist. We want to meet you, and we want to listen. Our course of action will be built around your needs.
Assessment and diagnostic of the tree leads to our proposal. Is there a risk? What is the level of risk? What needs to happen in order for your tree to be nurtured and protected at each stage of growth?