Arborists are experts in tree care. By definition, an arborist is someone trained in the science and art of planting, feeding, and caring for specific trees. Officially trained and equipped to provide expert tree care. Hiring an experienced arborist is an investment that can add significant value to your property. Do not underestimate the difference between professionally tended and neglected trees.
Before hiring an arborist, make sure that person is certified under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF).
Arborist (commercial training)
Working arborists are qualified to care for trees and are hired for basic maintenance, including pruning and removal.
After obtaining a woodworking permit, look for an arborist with an AQF Level 3 or equivalent in horticulture (arboriculture). This ensures that all work is done to Australian standards.
Arborist advice (consultant)
Consulting tree trunks are experienced and trained to conduct professional tree health and condition assessments.
If your local municipality requires an arborist’s opinion or you need expert advice on tree health, you should consult an arborist with AQR level 5 or the equivalent in horticulture (arboriculture).
Arbitrators must be fully insured. A certified arborist also guarantees his work, which means he will be liable for any damage he causes, but you can be held liable if he is not insured.
When looking for arborists, look for phrases such as:
Safe working practices according to Australian WHS standards
Safety and ground clearance of the power line
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