An ISA certified arborist is a tree care professional who has taken the time and effort to acquire extended training and education and has passed the certification exam through the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA). The extensive exam covers all aspects of tree care to ensure each Arborist has the experience and knowledge required to address all potential problems.
In order to become ISA credentialed and certified, the arborist must first prove to have met the requirements to sit for the exams. While these requirements change depending on the level of certification sought, they share common themes, which include:
Arborists who pass their certification exams must adhere to a strict code of ethics as outlined by the International Society of Arboriculture, ensuring the fair treatment and safety of consumers, employees, and the surrounding environment.
When your electric system malfunctions, you contact a licensed electrician. When your pipes freeze, you want an experienced plumber. So, when your trees need help, you should hire a certified arborist. Aside from proven experience and knowledge regarding everything necessary to care for trees, a certified arborist must also follow the ISA’s code of ethics. The code of ethics covers things from tree topping to the application of chemicals to treat infections, diseases, infestations, and much more.
Stein Tree Service has always been dedicated to remaining up-to-date on the newest advances and developments in Arboriculture. We proudly maintain certification through the ISA and passed the State Pesticide Applicator’s Exam in 2016 for an additional certification and license that allows us to buy, store, and apply specialized chemicals through closed forms of delivery to combat the current invasion by the emerald ash borer.
To learn more about the advantages of hiring a certified arborist or to request a free consultation, please contact the experts at Stein Tree Service today to find an arborist in your area who is certified by the ISA. We proudly hold licenses in Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Maryland.