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Just as a surgeon is for humans, arborists are for trees. The term “arboriculture” refers to the job of planting and maintaining trees. This job focuses mainly on tree works in urban environments plus the maintenance and protection of individual trees as well. Though this field is still evolving and expanding, it is increasingly becoming specialized and complex.
Arboriculture involves planting shrubs and trees in and around our communities for several reasons. Apart from the obvious advantages of shade and beauty, woody plants also serve many other social, communal, environmental and economic purposes.
Pruning and removal of trees for non-health related factors is also an essential part of tree management and arboriculture in urban landscape. In addition to a working knowledge of arboriculture, the modern arborist must be really knowledgeable in a lot of social and regulatory issues like legal issues, government and council regulations as well as environmental awareness
We all know that a builder is the right person to consult when it comes to advice on building your house. Well, an arborist is the person you consult when it comes to advice on your tree-related issues. A professional arborist should be able to not only serve you with your tree-related needs, but even render great advices that will aid in the proper growth and development of your tree. A professional arborist should be able to look at your environment and then give you customized information that is related to your site only.
As a part of our work, we take thorough assessment, evaluate and document the trees in their environments, often requested by other authorities such as local councils.
Just like sicknesses in humans, they pose serious threats when not detected and handled on time. Same thing goes for trees. So to avoid that, why don’t you contact an arborist today. You can speak to one of our staff by dialing 0000 0000 or by filling an enquiry form for any of the following services:
- Inspection by an arborist
- Assessments and reports by an arborist
- Development Tree Assessments
- Construction Impact Assessment
- Monitoring and Project Arborists (PA)
- Referral and Advise