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The Role of a Certified Arborist in Your Tree Care Plan.

December 9th, 2020 · No Comments

Getting the best care for your Rochester, MN trees sometimes means relying upon expert services in order to serve your property’s needs. In some cases, this may mean consulting a certified arborist to get the inside scoop on how to properly treat certain tree conditions, address injuries, and manage problem trees on your land. Maier Tree and Lawn serves our surrounding areas by employing highly trained certified arborists to help your trees thrive. 

In order to become a certified arborist, arborists must train and be approved by the International Society of Arboriculture. To accomplish this goal, tree care specialists must first effectively prove they are knowledgeable in all of the key aspects of arboriculture. This requirement is generally met with a combination of university studies and practical experience. Once those standards are fulfilled, arborists are then tested and asked to agree to a code of ethics prior to becoming certified.

The ISA certification process allows tree care professionals to prove their abilities and become familiar with necessary industry standards that enhance their level of care. Ultimately this gives them the knowledge and tools required to effectively assess and treat any type of tree suffering from health issues or injuries.

The ISA certification process even includes specialized areas such as municipal specialties, utility experts, and more, giving you access to experts with the proper knowledge whenever your trees need assistance. Certified arborists are an essential resource when it comes to proper, carefully catered tree care. When you enlist the help of an ISA certified arborist, you can trust that your trees are in good hands.

At Maier Tree and Lawn, our certified arborists are ISA certified and familiar with all the tree varieties local to Rochester, MN, and the surrounding areas. This ensures specialized care that is perfectly catered to your trees and their needs. If you have a tree in need of assistance, contact us today at (507) 286–8733 or online for additional information.

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