Locally owned and operated, Sussex Tree, Inc. has provided Delaware with quality tree care and exceptional service since 1987. As the industry standard for over 30 years, Sussex Tree, Inc. has worked hard to maintain its superior reputation. At Sussex Tree, our staff is comprised of talented team players who strive for perfectionism, including the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) board-certified arborists, operators, and plant health care specialists. Our team is sure to treat each tree and property with the utmost care and respect.
In order to maintain its admirable reputation, the staff at Sussex Tree goes through extensive training to be sure that they are the experts in their fields, and are always up to date on industry knowledge, and safety standards.
So what exactly goes into the training process at Sussex Tree, Inc?
Sussex Tree Training
Did you know that falling trees is one of the most life-threatening activities that any worker can perform? That’s why at Sussex Tree, we require that all of our staff complete routine training sessions with North American Training Solutions, a training program offering a wide variety of courses to arborists and more, on a wide range of specialized skills, safety, and techniques.
At Sussex Tree, we require all of our staff to attend over 150 classroom hours of training every calendar year, as well as weekly safety meetings. This is to ensure that each and every one of our staff members is current on industry changes and standards, as well as adhering to all safety standards
We are proud to currently have six Certified Arborists on staff, two Certified Tree Safety Professionals (CTSP), as well as a Maryland Tree Expert License! An arborist maintains trees and shrubs through trimming and pruning, to ensure that they don’t interfere with public works, such as power lines, roads, or sidewalks. Arborists services may also be used to improve the appearance, health, or value of trees. Certified Tree Safety Professionals complete a study guide, attend training workshops, and also pass a comprehensive again to be certified. To stay certified, CTSP’s are required to earn a minimum of 30 Continuing Education Units every three years, by committing to continuing their growth in the safety field through a variety of means.
In addition to having Certified Arborists and Certified Tree Safety Professionals on staff, Sussex Tree also boasts;
Certified Delaware Pesticide Applicators
Certified Maryland Pesticide Applicators
Certified Mauget Tree Injector
Certified Abor Jet Applicators From grassroots to treetops, we have all of your tree and landscaping needs covered. Contact a Team Member today for more information.