Arborist Tree Care

What is an Arborist?

An arborist is a person who has spent considerable amount of time studying tree care, tree growth, tree removal, tree pruning, tree removal and tree trimming. They are also experts on many aspects of tree care including tree removal. Some arborists are certified in tree removal, tree trimming, tree planting/planning, tree care testing, stump removal, tree trimming, tree removal and tree care. Their services are used by homeowners, city planners, state agencies, private landscape companies, businesses, and public agencies to name a few. They perform work that requires specialized training and tools.

What is an arborist




Carlos with Budget Tree Service PSL ( (772) 227-1610) says there are several tree care services that tree care arborists provide. One of which is tree removal. This involves removing dead, sick, or damaged trees, branches, or trees that have grown too large for their surroundings. The process of tree removal involves cutting down the tree, handling the pruning, and disposal of sawdust or dead leaves. The arborist should make sure to dispose of the materials correctly, as leaving them behind could pose a danger to anyone walking beneath it such as children or pets.

Other tree care services include tree planting/planting. This involves the care, pruning, thinning, and establishing of new trees. The planted tree can be used for shade, wildlife habitat, or beautification. The tree removal process involves the disposal of dead tree limbs, uprooting of tree roots, tree cutting, and removal of soil or ground vegetation. These services are also provided by arborists.

Besides tree removal and tree trimming, tree care specialists also provide services such as tree care maintenance. This involves the regular cleaning and pruning of trees to enhance tree health. They can also provide tree transplant services and tree removal in cases when tree growth is too much. A tree removal service is most commonly used in commercial and residential projects where demolition is required. However, there are some homeowners who opt for tree trimming instead of tree removal, especially if they are growing flowers or bushes on their own.

Trees play a vital role in the environment as they provide habitat for various species of wildlife and provide cooling shade during summer months. Some of the tree species have become endangered because of their habitat. Some of the trees that have been forced to make way for housing development or planned projects include but are not limited to, spruces, sycamore, oaks, maples, pines, cedars, elms, oaks, plums, junipers, tamarindos, Aspen, spruces, hollies, quirsuses, banyan, and cypress. The National Park Service lists some of the tree species threatened or affected by habitat loss. In order to save these tree species, arborists must be hired who practice tree care.