When was the last time you had a tree inspection or had a plant inspection to assess the overall health of your landscape? If it’s been awhile, now may be the best time to have our professional Certified Arborist examine your property. As Plant Health Care Specialists, our tree doctors effectively service homes throughout Delaware County, Chester County and Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. We will examine your trees and shrubs to assess their health and overall conditions to identify how we can offer solutions to their problems.
The Importance of Residential Tree & Shrub Care
Oftentimes, when trees and shrubs initially develop problems, an untrained eye is unable to notice the symptoms of environmental stress, a pest, or disease such as a tree fungus until it’s too late. By the time tree problems are widespread throughout the tree, it may be too late. We are tree professionals and will examine your trees and shrubs to check for stress or symptoms of pests or disease. Oftentimes the expense of removal can be avoided with early detection and treatment.
Regular Residential Tree Inspections
The best times of the year for an initial tree inspection is in the spring and fall. As we become familiar with your property we can identify common problems with key plants in your landscape and schedule additional visits if necessary. Prevention and suppression of pests and disease will typically always offer the best results, and in order to best manage the trees and shrubs on your property, regular tree Inspections are key.
Why Hire a Certified Arborist vs. Tree Service?
Often confused, Arborists are often a world apart from tree trimmers or landscapers. Many tree service companies can remove your dead or fallen trees but lack, however, the majority lack the proper education AND certification that enables a qualified Arborist order to preserve and protect your landscape over the long haul. The major difference is that Certified Arborists must meet strict standards and participate in ongoing continuing education to stay up-to-date on the latest science in tree care and insect and disease management. They can evaluate the condition of trees then provide the best tree management plan in order to minimize risks and keep them healthy.
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If you’ve been noticing the plants on your property don’t seem to look the way they once did, or if you want to make sure you maintain their health, give us a call today. We will schedule a time to walk the property with our Certified Arborist and ensure your landscape stays healthy and beautiful all year long. We service Delaware County, Chester County, Montgomery County and surrounding areas in Pennsylvania.
Frequently Asked Questions About Tree Inspections
A tree inspection involves a walk around your property to inspect your trees and shrubs to assess their health. Our Certified Arborist will discuss his findings with you, as well as offer you care tips, treatment recommendations, and advice on common problems to watch out for. Tree inspections are recommended in either the spring or fall.
A tree inspection is a critical component in properly maintaining the health of the trees and shrubs on your property. Most people, including tree trimmers and tree service companies are unaware of the signs of disease and infestation; by the time they notice that a tree has been obviously damaged, it’s often too late to save it. Regular residential tree inspections will save you money in the long-term and prevent you from having to cut down the beautiful trees that give your property its character and value.
Most home inspectors do not look at trees, although some may point out trees that have obvious damage or that are a clear risk for injury or property damage. If you’re considering listing your home for sale, or purchasing a new home, it’s a wise choice to hire a Certified Arborist to inspect the trees for you so you’re aware of any potential problems. An inspection of your trees prior to listing your home will put buyers at ease and in some cases add value to your home.
A tree inspector evaluates the health of your landscape by looking for subtle and often not so obvious signs of environmental stress, pests, and diseases. A tree inspector will educate you about the trees and shrubs on your property, and determine an ongoing maintenance, treatment, and care plan, if necessary.