Certified Arborists practice arboriculture which is the care and maintenance of trees of all sizes. They are like Tree Doctors because they can diagnose and treat various tree diseases, infestations, and problems. Like going to your doctor or taking your pet to the veterinarian, it’s essential to have your trees regularly examined by an arborist.
Arborists oversee tree care and decide on the best course of action to take to remedy the disease. The arborist will then allot various tasks to team members trained in those areas. For example, an arborist may determine that it is in the homeowner’s best interest to have a hazardous tree removed. In this instance, tree climbers and other tree workers will carry out the job.
Tree inventories and tree analysis are two ways in which an arborist conducts their examination. Tree inventories provide basic information about the homeowner’s tree population. These inventories help to make informed management decisions. Inventories supply information on the trees’ quantities, location, condition, size, and maintenance requirements. Inspections most commonly occur during a tree inventory. Like “a doctor’s checkup,” this type of visit is an essential part of maintaining healthy trees.
Tree inspections include a series of visual, audible, and scent inspections, which determine the health, vitality, and vigor of trees. Our process is invaluable in uncovering and diagnosing issues before they cause severe damage. Having a certified CT arborist conduct a thorough analysis will determine whether your trees are a continued asset to your home’s property or whether there has been irreparable damage from pests or disease. This analysis is in-depth and will often include examining the nutrient level and density of soil, tree structure, and insect identification.
Eric’s Tree Service, LLC provides expert arborist services to over 95 towns throughout Connecticut. Contact us today for your free estimate!