In-Depth Training and Education
As part of their training, Utah arborists acquire knowledge of tree biology, growth patterns and best practices for preserving tree health. Professionals who lack ISA certification typically have less formal education and, therefore, a limited understanding of how to care for trees.
Expertise in Proper Tree Pruning Techniques
Other professionals who offer pruning services may not know the methods that provide the best results. They might over prune or, worse, employ harmful practices like topping, lion’s tailing or rooster tailing. And by not following the ISA standards on tree pruning, they could seriously damage or even kill an otherwise healthy specimen.
Risk Assessment for Safe Tree Pruning
Any professional who isn’t a certified arborist may not have the ability to recognize risk factors or less obvious signs of disease and decay. In addition, a landscaper or handyman may fail to use the right tools, or they may not complete the work in the safest manner. To reduce the chance of injuries or damage, call a Utah arborist instead.
Schedule a Free Consultation with a Certified Utah Arborist Today
Our team of ISA-certified arborists have the skill, knowledge and expertise to properly prune your trees, and we’re known for providing services that are both practical and affordable. The Rivendell team offers free, no-obligation consultations and estimates, and we’d love to discuss how we can meet all of your tree care needs.
For more information, or to meet with a certified Utah arborist and get a free estimate for tree pruning in Cottonwood Heights, contact us today.