The Advantages to Using a Certified Arborist

An arborist by definition is trained in the art and science of planting, caring for, and maintaining trees. A Certified Arborist is an individual who has achieved a prescribed level of knowledge in the art and science of tree care through experience and by passing a comprehensive examination developed by some of the nation’s leading experts on tree care. Certified Arborists are also required to continue their education to maintain their certification. As a result Bio-Mechanics is up to date on the latest techniques in arboriculture. As a certified arborist Anthony Frederick ( Bio-Mechanics owner) can determine and recommend the type of pruning necessary to maintain or improve the health, appearance, and safety of your trees. Bio-Mechanics now offers Emerald Ash Borer and pesticide treatments. More information on Emerald Ash Borer

Bio-Mechanics LLC pruning services include:

Eliminating branches damaging or rubbing each other
Removing of limbs that interfere with wires, building facades, gutters, roofs, chimneys, or windows, or that obstruct streets or sidewalks
Removing of dead or weak limbs that are hazardous or may lead to future decay
Removing diseased or insect-infested limbs
Creating better tree structure to lessen wind resistance and reduce the potential for storm damage
Training young trees
Removing limbs damaged by adverse weather conditions
Removing branches, or thinning, to increase light penetration
Improving the shape or silhouette of the tree

Tree Removal

Tree removal should be considered as a last resort, however we understand that there are circumstances when it is necessary. Bio-Mechanics can help you make the decision as to whether your only option is to remove a tree. If removal is the only course of action Bio-Mechanics have the skills and equipment to safely and efficiently remove small and medium sized trees. We recommend removal only in the following circumstances:

If a tree is dead or dying
If a tree is irreparably and hazardous
If a tree is causing an obstruction that cannot be correct through pruning
If a tree is crowding and causing harm to other trees
If a tree is to be replaced by a more suitable specimen
If a tree is located in an area where new construction requires removal