Trees in your landscape provide shade, windbreaks, wildlife habitat and a distinctive New England ambiance. Belknap Landscape Company's Arboriculture Division is dedicated to preserving the health and vigor of one of most valued landscape features on your property.
Our Certified NH Arborists provide the following services all over the Lakes Region and beyond:
- Complete Health Care Packages
- Waterfront Tree Surveys in compliance with the Comprehensive Shoreland Protection Act
- Cabling and/or bracing of weak limbs or crotches
- Vista Pruning
- Large Tree Pruning
- Large Tree Removal - by crane or traditional hand climbing skills
Dont Let Storm Damaged Trees Threaten Your Family!
The New Hampshire Arborists Association tests and certifies Arborists. Arborist Certification establishes a meaningful standard of quality in arboricultural work, improves the knowledge and skills of practicing arborists, and provides the public with criteria for choosing a tree care professional.
Belknap Landscape's NHAA Certified Arborists are educated in the following areas:
Diagnosis and treatment of landscape trees and shrubs
Proper pruning and management techniques
Identifying and selecting appropriate landscape trees and shrubs
Installation, establishment, and after-care
Understanding the important soil and water relationships which affect plant growth
Recognizing tree hazards, construction damage, and mitigation
Preserving the aesthetic and ecological value of landscape trees and shrubs
Understanding and implementing safety requirements for tree care operations including pruning, trimming, repairing, maintaining, and removing trees and cutting brush
Belknap Landscape is a Member of the Tree Care Industry Association with a Certified Tree Care Safety Professional (CTSP) arborist on board. The CSTP designation is the tree care industry's first safety certification program, credentialing individual arborists for safety practices and knowledge. Few other New Hampshire tree More about the CTSP designation and What's In It For YOU?contractors have made this investment. Safety is critically important when trees are being pruned or removed from your home or business.
Further,TCIA Accreditation Removes Consumer Guesswork:
TCIA Accreditation is a third-party consumer confidence verification program administered by the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) – American’s oldest and most respected tree care trade association. TCIA Accreditation is built on the threefold foundation of ethics, quality and consumer confidence.
BLC's TCIA Accreditation is a voluntary program that credentials Belknap Landscape Company, proving we meet stringent criteria for professionalism, employee training, state and federal safety regulations, business ethics and customer satisfaction. Under this process Belknap Landscape Tree Service crews undergo extensive, ongoing reviews and a comprehensive audit of professional and business practices aimed at safeguarding consumers.
Choose wisely - Choose TCIA Accredited Belknap Landscape Tree Services when you need help or advice!
Now Featuring Unique, Safe Tree Transplanting:
BLC crews utilize state of the art equipment called "Air Spades" which utilize compressed air to blast soil off the root balls allowing tree technicians to dig safely, without damage to tree & shrub roots. The often saves expensive mature plants and trees. Contact us before you cut!!
Ask about our "Air Spade Services" Even huge trees may be safely planted or transplanted bare-root and... with terrific results! BLC Tree Crews will get the largest tree into the tightest spot.
In addition to tree work, our skilled operators will set construction materials, large signs and assist in any other project where the use of a crane will speed its completion in a timely and efficient manner.
Call today to see how much time the BLC crane can save you!
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Existing Clients, please contact your BLC Account Manager as listed at the beginning of your Grounds Maintenance Contract.