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Trees can potentially add considerable value to your property, especially if you manage to keep them healthy. However, some trees pose safety hazards and might potentially damage a household. This is when you need to hire a certified arborist.
An arborist is a professional whose expertise involves the study of trees, perennial woody plants in horticulture and dendrology, shrubs and vines. Arborists provide information to every query a client has when it comes to backyard tree practices.
Also known as Tree Doctors, professional arborists are separated into two branches. There are practical arborists whose scope of work generally focus on trees that pose safety hazards due to their engagement with surrounding infrastructures and power lines. On the other hand, a purist arborist focuses on the aesthetic values of pruning trees and gardens.
In addition, arborists are also referred to as Tree Surgeons. However, several factors differentiate these two types of professionals. Generally, arborists specialise in identifying tree diseases through inspection and provides professional care in treating these issues. Arborists also provide suitable management advice in keeping and maintaining a tree’s condition.
Tree Surgeons specialises on the trimming, stumping and removal trees. They can also be referred to as practical arborists who value safety and provide precise judgement when it comes to these specific tasks.
There are a good number of professional arborists to choose from, and iSeekplant offers the easiest way of getting a quote from a professional arborists in Port Douglas and other locations across Australia.
iSeekplant provides the listings of trusted and expert arborists in Port Douglas. We’ve assisted projects nationwide by supplying qualified arborists. If you can’t find any in your location, try viewing our arborists in Cairns, Cooktown, Innisfail or Laura Basin. We also provide a number of related services you might be interested in, such as Stump Grinding, Tree Clearing and Tree Felling.
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