Vintage Tree Care’s Arborists Are ISA Certified and TRAQ Certified
“Hiring a Certified Arborist provides tree owners and government decision makers the opportunity to become better informed about proper tree care and their selection of services based on the expertise represented by your credential.”
— ISA Certified Arborist Application Guide
Fred Frey is known across Sonoma County as the “tree doctor” for a reason and he takes that title very seriously. It takes special knowledge to care for trees properly. And that’s why Fred Frey is not only an ISA certified arborist, but a TRAQ certified one as well.
ISA Certified Arborist
The International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) certification is a voluntary program. However, both Fred Frey and Kamala Dionne maintain their ISA certification. Not only does it provide a higher level of service to their clients, but it also encourages them to stay up to date on the most recent arboricultural techniques and adhere to the ISA Code of Ethics.
TRAQ Certified Arborist
Sometimes tree care and maintenance involve determining whether or not a tree is hazardous or poses a risk to the public. And while a certified arborist is able to assess tree risk and take appropriate action, a TRAQ certified arborist can do so with the benefit of specialized knowledge. TRAQ, short for Tree Risk Assessment Qualification, is another voluntary program that tests and certifies an arborist’s specialized understanding of tree risk. Both Fred Frey and Kamala Dionne are also TRAQ certified because they understand that tree care is serious business. One minor mistake can cause major damage.
Trust Your Trees to Our Certified Arborists
If your trees are struggling, our certified arborists can help. One of our team members can come out, inspect your trees to determine the cause of damage or declining health, and advise you on the best course of action. Hiring one of our certified arborists will give you assurance that your trees get the best care, as well as peace of mind that you’re getting an expert’s opinion. We’ll explain exactly what’s happening, why we recommend certain treatments and give you all relevant information so you can make an informed decision.
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