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Naples Arborist Ian Orlikoff of Signature Tree Care speaks about preventing injury to wildlife in trees with the Conservancy of Southwest Florida.

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Naples Tree Service Volunteers at Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary after Hurricane Irma 9/21 & 9/29/17. Read more on our blog: http://signaturetreecare.com/blog/item/113-naples-tree-service-volunteers-at-corkscrew-swamp-sanctuary-after-hurricane-irma-9-21-9-29-17.html
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10/18/17
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Naples Arborist Ian Orlikoff of Signature Tree Care speaks about preventing injury to wildlife in trees with the Conservancy of Southwest Florida. See complete video coming soon.
https://twitter.com/ConservancySWFL/status/916354406710501377

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Removing large tree stumps in Naples, Florida by Signature Tree Care. Before and after photos. 10/7/17
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10/17/17
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Stump removal & stump grinding in Naples, Florida after Hurricane Irma. Your stumps can be removed in several ways using our specialized equipment. Whether it's a stump very close to your house, a stump with limited access to it, or a large stump requiring an airspade and grapple, your stump removal can be completed with minimal to no effects to the rest of your landscape. Email your stump pictures to info@signaturetreecare.com to receive a proposal from the lead arborist at Signature Tree Care in Naples.
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10/12/17
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Thank you so much to all our customers. We are happy to help! Keep up with us on our Facebook and Blog! http://signaturetreecare.com/blog.html
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ISA-certified arborist Ian Orlikoff with Signature Tree Care in Naples joins the Gulf Coast Live program 9/19/17 to talk about how trees in our region were stressed by the waters and wind brought by the hurricane, and how homeowners can tackle remediation efforts with an eye to healthier and more resilient replacements.

http://news.wgcu.org/post/staying-safe-after-silty-storm-surge-sewage-issues-thousands-lack-necessities-one-week-after

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We were happy to help the Conservancy of Southwest Florida with Hurricane Irma Emergency Tree Service.

Check out their post on Facebook to read more about it
https://www.facebook.com/ConservancySWF/posts/2021884814504979
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9/18/17
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We are so delighted to hear positive feedback from our valued customers.

Review Posted 09/17/2017 – by Wes Bloemker
"Ian had the right crew, the right equipment and the knowledge to complete the work. They were very professional, got to work and finished the job. They cleaned up all the saw dust and the fronds, and hauled the mess away. I really appreciate the fact Ian did not try to jack up his prices and was truly helpful. As busy as he was, I also appreciated the fact that he was willing to squeeze the work in - it was a Sunday afternoon too. Awesome job!"

Read More Reviews on Angie's List - https://www.angieslist.com/companylist/us/fl/naples/signature-tree-care-llc-reviews-4797267.htm
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If Hurricane Irma hits South Florida, for fastest tree services, please email several good pictures of your requested or damaged tree/s to info@signaturetreecare.com or text to 239-289-4081. That is the fastest way to provide you with a proposal. Please note our existing clients are first priority (one of our benefits), then all new clients.

When reporting your trees to us, please clarify what stage your situation is:

Stage 1: blocking any road or entrance for emergency vehicles

Stage 2: emergency situation / immediate danger to targets (ie. broken large tree hanging over a walkway or road)

Stage 3: already down and just need clearing off of property or if they are on a roof but can wait to be removed or tree may be righted/stood up again.

Post Hurricane Recovery Tips:

Trees often get pruned that inevitably need to be removed due to structural problems resulting in extra costs; these are issues that would have been recognized during a proper hazard tree evaluation by a qualified certified arborist.

Trees are often pruned improperly after a hurricane by unskilled/uneducated workers creating more harm to the tree than the hurricane itself caused. Know who you are hiring. Ask questions, get insurance certificates. (Workers comp code 0106 for tree work above 12 feet).

At times it is much more cost effective to first clear right of ways and remove hazards; at a later date reconstructive pruning and stable tree removals can be completed.

Do not be persuaded into removing trees immediately. Several companies, particularly after a hurricane, are in the tree removal business and since trees can appear ominous, tree cutters often use this fear to their advantage. Many tree removal contractors may not be aware of the many arboriculture applications that can save your trees.

Trees that are resting on a roof are not necessarily a hazard. They may remain stable until you are able to secure a fairly priced contract from a reputable and insured tree company.

Any tree in any situation can be removed safely without further damage to structures. When a sales representative or a foreman starts making a list of the things that are going to get damaged during removal operations, it is due to a lack of knowledge or care.

Do not pay for work that is not completed.

Benefits of Our Disaster Remediation Plan

Gives you the management tools you need to guide your property towards recovery in the most economical and timely manner.

Offers you a step by step guide to perform your contracting at the pace that you, your budget & the plan deems necessary.

Takes the guess work out of the equation; limiting unnecessary spending or unnecessary removal of otherwise healthy, remediable stable trees.

Provides you with a baseline or a professional second opinion when dealing with several different contractors on a recovery project.

Please check our other services as there are many arboricultural applications we can apply that may often aid trees towards a recovery.
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