How To Hire The Right Tree Pruning Service Provider

When it comes to taking care of your tree, some jobs are small and simple while others are too big and quite dangerous. And for this type of work you need professional expertise. It is best to hire Tree Pruning Service provider as working at height requires protection and safety harness moreover it requires proper training to get the job done. In order to get your money’s worth, it is essential that you hire the right service provider. But before you go ahead and do it, you need to ask certain vital questions. A few of them is mentioned below:

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  • Will the Tree Pruning Service provider offer a copy of the insurance certificate along with their work contract papers? – this question is valid and extremely important to ask because you need to find out if the company is insured and whether you will be held responsible for any damage caused or not.

  • What about their credentials? Always hire a service provider that has valid credentials like the “Certified Level 3 Arborist” and Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) and so on.

  • Ask for a detailed cost calculation – make sure that the service provider hands you a detailed list of cost so that you know how much it will cost you and whether you are willing to make that amount of investment or not.

  • What type of equipments will be used? You need to find out what types of equipments are used by the service provider in order to prune the trees. Make sure that they are suitable for the job in hand.

  • What will be the duration of the work in hand? While some service providers may say 3 hours while others may say 3 days, hence it is important to get the cost estimate. This will give you a fair idea of the whole situation.

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Posted on May 18, 2015, in Tree Pruning and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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