Certified Arborist Pinellas County and Hillsborough
Black Eagle Tree Services is Your Certified Arborist in Pinellas County and Hillsborough
A certified Arborist is an experienced professional who has been certified by the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA). A professional arborist with these credentials, has a minimum of three years of experience working in the tree care industry or a four-year degree in the field of arboriculture, horticulture, landscape architecture or forestry.
In order to become a certified arborist, it is required to study all aspects about arboriculture. Not only certified arborists must receive education on the different techniques that can stimulate the health and strength of trees, but also how trees grow, and what affects them in their environment.
A certified arborist must be always up to date with current practices and standards in the industry. That’s why they are required to acquire 30 continuing education credits every three years.
Our ISA certified arborist will offer you guidance on hazardous trees and risk mitigation, damage by third parties, impact of trees on real estate value, tree health, and insurance claims throughout the Tampa Bay area.
If you have a tree or shrub that you are worried might have a disease or pest infestation, please Contact Us to schedule an appointment with one of our qualified ISA Certified Arborists.
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Do I need a permit to remove a tree?
If a certified arborist determines that your tree poses a danger, Florida property owners do not require a permit from their local municipality to remove, replant, prune or trim a tree. Contact us! We’re here to help.
When Should my Trees be pruned?
When it comes to tree pruning, the best time to do it is during late fall, between the changing leaves in fall and flower blooms in spring.
Do I need to fertilize the trees on my property?
Trees and shrubs should be fertilized in early spring, and a light fertilizer application can be made in early summer if conditions are conducive to plant growth.