In Colorado, arborists don’t have to be licensed. That means it’s really up to you to find out if an arborist is qualified and what sort of certifications they possess.
While the state doesn’t require a license, Denver and many other towns in Colorado do require a license to work with trees within their city limits.
ArborScape is licensed in all five metro area cities that require a written and practical test: Aurora, Denver, Lakewood, Englewood and Wheat Ridge. Arbor Scape also meets or exceeds all insurance requirements for the State of Colorado, local municipalities, Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles, homeowners associations, and workmen’s compensation.
Not only for your peace of mind, but for your trees’ well-being.
An arborist is an advocate for your trees and adept at boosting your curb appeal.
What Makes a “Qualified Arborist”?
ArborScape has a consulting arborist and a plant health care consultant with more than six decades of combined experience. Both David Merriman and Jeff Disler have worked extensively with leading tree organizations to maintain the highest standards of quality.
The American Society of Consulting Arborists
The American Society of Consulting Arborist (ASCA) was developed to preserve the highest standards of performance in the field of arboricultural consulting. ASCA members are experienced in legal, environmental and regulatory arenas in addition to arboricultural areas.
ASCA consulting arborists serve as independent resources, rendering professional and credible opinions when they are enlisted as experts.
The International Society of Arboriculture
The International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) has been working hard with their members to raise the standard of professional tree care.
Charged with the mission of research and education, ISA members are equipped with the latest in scientific tree care information.