Finding a tree pruning company depends on factors such as accreditation of the company, its reputation, pricing and cost. Ensure that the tree pruning company has a license to perform tree pruning tasks before hiring the company. Request to see the company's worker compensation insurance cover, general liability insurance cover and pest control licensing. Ask for references to avoid dealing with incompetent companies.Continue Reading
The tree owner has the right to check the company's previous completed projects as a guarantee of quality work. Make sure the company has a Better Business Bureau (BBB) accreditation as well. Researching the company by reading online reviews or speaking to previous clients helps to clear doubts and helps to find the right fit.
A reliable tree care firm must be a registered member of reputable trade associations, such as the Tree-care Industry Association. Avoid tree companies that have prices far below those of their competitors, as this an indicator that they are lacking in other areas. Be careful with companies that promise too much for so little because either their services are poor or they do not have enough experience to be trusted with important jobs. Tree owners must also avoid companies that practice unhealthy tree care services, such as topping shade trees.Learn more about Trees & Bushes