Skip to content
Well, it’s one that offers advanced skills and industry knowledge, just like us here at Merriman Tree & Stump! However, they should also hold a passion to care for their environment! By acknowledging that trees have a purpose too, we require that our staff know their trees and the benefits they bring!
A good arborist inherently understands the importance of trees to the ecosystem and has a commitment towards preservation. Whether it is a meager job or a large project, one finds meaning in the work they do and the commitment to each and every job is always one hundred percent.
Being a tree pro is a skill that requires immense efforts, experience and resilience! Additionally, a good tree trimmer is one who has been in the field for at least a few years learning through hands on experience. From knowledge about structural pruning to what the cracks in the middle of the bark might be caused from. We hold a wide range of knowledge and skill in this industry, here at Merriman Tree and Stump! This can only be gained only by classroom and hands on experience.
A good tree service is able to provide professionals who keep up with tree care industry knowledge and standards. It is our goal to strive for improvement each day! From obtaining advanced qualifications to continually renewing our methods and techniques, we always strive to stay on top of our game.
Caring for the trees in Anderson Township since 2008!
Do newly planted trees need maintenance too?
Well, existing trees or newly planted trees alike located in residential or commercial areas need evaluation. Not only in Anderson Township, but in nearby neighborhoods, your trees can be professionally maintained by us here at Merriman Tree and Stump. As unfortunate as it is, some trees need to be removed and this frequently requires stump grinding as well.
We’re happy to help on all types of tree trimming, removal or other types of tree jobs! Give us a call or submit the free online estimate request form found here!
If we are unable to take your call, we’re likely in the trees, so please leave a detailed message!