Committed To Excellence Through Knowledge

Our team of professionals achieve licenses and certifications that are rare in the industry. We are extremely proud of our employees’ commitment to providing the best possible care for your trees, lawn, and plants.

Our professionally-trained arborists are also fully bonded and insured, and we have TCIA Accredited and ISA Certified Arborists on your local tree care team.

Below are some of the licenses and certifications of our staff members.

International Society of Arboriculture Qualifications

ISA Certified Arborists®

ISA Certified Arborists must have experience in arboriculture and also pass an examination that assesses thorough competency in and knowledge of the six domains of tree care practices: tree biology; identification and selection; installation and establishment; soil management; pruning, diagnosis, tree protection; and tree risk management. An ISA Certified Arborist must take continuing education credits in order to maintain certification and keep abreast of new technologies.

ISA TRAQ Qualified

The ISA TRAQ program educates and trains arborists in the fundamentals and standards of tree risk assessment. The qualifications promote the safety of people and property and gives the arborists the knowledge to provide tree owners with information which allows them to make informed decisions about the trees on their property.

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TCIA Accreditation

Davey’s U.S. residential offices are proud to be accredited by the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA).

Davey completed a rigorous application and audit process to not only earn TCIA accreditation, but also to better serve our clients. Accredited companies, like Davey, represent the most credible sources for professional service. By choosing Davey, you have selected a tree service provider that is focused on your needs.


Certified Treecare Safety Professional

The Certified Treecare Safety Professional (CTSP) program is the only safety credentialing program in the industry. Additional education affords an arborist the opportunity to become a safety expert in the tree care industry, preventing accidents, providing hazard and incident control and potentially saving lives. Once qualified, applicants must complete a core competencies study guide and attend and complete the CTSP Advanced Safety/Behavioral Training Workshop. Re-certification credits in continuing education are required to maintain the CTSP designation. 

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National Associations Of Landscape Professionals

The National Association of Landscape Professionals (formed by a merger of the Associated Landscape Contractors of America (ALCA) and the Professionals Lawn Care Association of America (PLCAA) is the trade association representing nearly 200,000 landscape industry professionals in the United States, Canada and overseas.  

Our member companies specialize in lawn care, landscape design and installation, landscape maintenance, tree care, irrigation and water management, horticulture, and interior plantscaping. Our membership also includes industry suppliers and manufacturers, consultants, students and faculty, and non-profit organizations. 
We are committed to advancing the industry and helping our members achieve success through advocacy and government relations, education, networking, training, and certifications.  
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We pride ourselves at Arboristry Associates on providing prompt, professional and personalized service from certified arborists who live, work and engage in your community. Contact your Arboristry Tree specialists for your tree care needs.

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