Providing expert advice and specifications for:
- Aerial Tree Inspection
- Tree Planting and Pruning Specifications
- Diagnosis of Tree and Landscape Concerns
- Tree Management Plans
I.S.A Certified Arborist (PN-1668A)
An arborist is experienced and trained in the planting, caring for, and maintaining of trees. Seeking a Certified Arborist is an important consideration when maintaining trees since they hold the credential of being trained and knowledgable in all aspects of Arboriculture.
I.S.A Tree Risk Assessment Qualified
Only a person with suitable training acceptable to many Municipalities and WorkSafeBC can make the assessment and advise on managing the tree hazards. Only an Arborist who has completed the Tree Risk Assessment Qualification (TRAQ), administered by the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA), can assess and manage dangerous trees in urban areas and in urban/rural interface areas.
Wild Life Danger Assessor
A Wildlife Danger Tree Assessor recognizes the importance of Wildlife Trees as the key to maintaining potential habitat. The Assessor assess the risk of tree failure and if possible incorporates wildlife trees safely with the surrounding area by determining if dangerous trees should be removed or modified, and establish hazard zones. This approach is specifically for parks, recreations sites, and other municipal settings where there may be exposure to potentially dangerous trees.