We find ourselves in June 2022 at the time of writing this page. We support the Government’s response to the viral scourge plaguing our state and country. For some reason, Covid-19 continues to mutate and infect U.S. citizens regardless of vaccination status. And now a new highly-infectious virus threatens our nation called Monkey Pox. Therefore, we have to be vigilant and do our utmost to protect our customers and our customers.

How We Have Changed our Operations

We have heavily modified our way of working in strict compliance accordance with up-to-date guidance from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This protects our customers and our crew from becoming infected and spreading COVID-19 and other viral agents. We are also amending the way we work by keeping current with:
    – Local public health advice
    – Directives from State Government
    – Advice from Tree Industry Bodies

Our Priority Is To Protect Our Customers and Our Workers

Our state is not currently under any special health emergency rules.

Nevertheless, we shall continue to be vigilant. The measures necessary to avoid a resurgence of the disease will mean continued strict adherence to working practices advocated by the CDC. This means the changes we have already implemented in the way we interact with our customers and the way our crew work together will be embedded more firmly into our operations.

These extra precautions include:

We stand ready to protect our local communities and comply with any new safety and health regulations.

State Governor’s Orders

Under the orders issued by the Governors of Most States, only those providing ‘Essential Services’ can continue to serve the public at large. In accordance with this and subsequent state Government Directives, we are only able to provide those services which are essential to keep people and property safe. Whenever these orders are active, we are only able to provide emergency services such as:

– removal of hazardous trees
– removal of hazardous tree branches
– treatment or removal of invasive species of tree pests
– emergency tree service
– emergency tree removal service

On 23rd March 2020, the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) and the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) issued a joint statement on a recommended list of Essential and Non-Essential Services for our industry. Here it is: https://www.isa-arbor.com/Newsroom/ArtMID/767/ArticleID/308/ISA-TCIA-Joint-Statement

Available Tree Services In An Emergency

We are currently not at ‘lock-down’ emergency status. We are therefore able to provide residential customers and business owners a full range of tree services.

However, this could change at an time. Should we retain to an emergency health situation, below you find a list of 11 tree services that are usually classed as ‘Essential’ in line with the 2020 Joint Statement from the ISA and TCIA:

In the meantime, we hope that you and your family remains safe and healthy at this difficult time.