FAQ

We often get questions about the tree services we provide in Longmont, CO. Here are a list of several questions to help you make the best tree care decisions that are right for you!

Q: How long will it take to complete my tree care service?

A: This is why it’s important to get a quote or an estimate. It always depends on the size of the project and what your goals are. We can give you a time frame once we’ve fully scoped out the amount of work for the project.

Q: How will the job be approached and what types of equipment will you use? 

A: You don’t want massive power equipment driving over your lawn and flowerbeds causing unnecessary damage. We’ll do our best to protect your existing property at all costs. If we’re going across your lawn, we make sure we know the locations of sprinkler heads or other objects that may be damaged. We also make sure that your property looks as impeccable as it was when we arrived.

Q: How will the job be approached and what types of equipment will you use? 

A: You don’t want massive power equipment driving over your lawn and flowerbeds causing unnecessary damage. We’ll do our best to protect your existing property at all costs. If we’re going across your lawn, we make sure we know the locations of sprinkler heads or other objects that may be damaged. We also make sure that your property looks as impeccable as it was when we arrived.

Q: Will you provide us with a detailed estimate?

A: Absolutely! We’ll provide you with a written breakdown of all the costs involved for the tree care service you requested.

Q: What credentials should I look for when searching for a tree care service company?

A: Hire a company with an International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) certified arborist, a Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) Accredited Business or one employing a Certified Tree Care Safety Professional (CTSP).

Q: Will the crew take extra safety precautions?

A: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires that l protective equipment be used for any tree care operation. We require that our workers always be protected.


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