It takes years of study and experience to become a truly qualified tree technician—to become what is called an ‘arborist.’
An arborist is a professional who has been thoroughly trainedin the many arts involved in caring for trees and other woody plants.
He’s someone who started his career as a ground man, handling ropes and getting equipment up to climbers, and who slowly but surely learning his profession literally from the ground up, ultimately became a climber himself.
An arborist can raise a canopy or mold a crown with seemingly effortless ease, and get it right every time.
He can tell you exactly what the pest or disease attacking your tree is, and how to get rid of it.
Our team can tell you whether or not you should remove a tree. And if you do decide to remove it (always a last resort), We can notch and drop it perfectly for you, avoiding any danger or damage.
And he can remove the stump for you.
We started the French Lick Tree Care company with two main goals in mind: (1) we wanted to establish a reputation that would be built, year after year, on the two main pillars of honesty and excellence. And (2) we wanted to be a local company that would serve local families for generation after generation.
At French Lick Tree Care we are, of course, highly specialized experts at caring for your trees and for your landscape needs. But we are also people who care about people.
That’s why you can be sure that we will always show up precisely when we say we will, and will do the job you have asked us to do with a can-do spirit that strongly tends to ‘over-deliver.’
We will give you a free estimate for the services we propose with each service itemized on paper. You will never receive any surprises from us, because we are people of the old-school, where the customer is always King.
And that is why so much of our business comes to us by word of mouth. That’s the best kind of advertising to have, and we have it by the truckload.
So if you have any tree and/or landscape needs, give us a call. Give us a chance to prove to you, as we have already proved to so many others, that we mean what we say. Just like it used to be.