Frequently Asked Questions
Why Liberty & Landscape Management?
- If a storm comes and I need quick help, are you ready?
- Why should I call Liberty Tree & Landscape Management?
- Why do I need an arborist?
- What makes Liberty Tree & Landscape Management special?
- Do you guarantee your work?
- Our landscaper offers tree care. Why not hire them?
- Why do I need a tree service after my trees are established?
- Are there tree ordinances that dictate which trees can be pruned and removed and when?
- I am concerned about toxic chemical usage. How do you handle chemicals?
- How safe are your chemicals and how will they affect my property?
- After pruning, will cuts be treated?
- If I have a tree removed will it be done in one day?
- Can I plant a tree where the removed one was?
- How soon can we walk on our lawn after you spray?
- What do they mean when they talk about texture in landscaping?
Buying and Selling Your Home
- I am about to purchase a home and want to find out about the health of the property trees. How do I go about that?
- We are selling our home. What can we do to make our landscape more appealing?
If a storm comes and I need quick help, are you ready?
Yes, we have 24 hour a day emergency service. We can take care of any storm damage in a timely manner.
For Emergencies Call: 267.408.6434
Why should I call Liberty Tree & Landscape Management?
We have many clients that have trusted their landscape care to us for years. We are seriously committed to our work from the initial contact and consultation of your needs to the completion of the agreed on work. Liberty Tree & Landscape Management want your total satisfaction and we want your recommendation to others with tree and landscape problems. Satisfied clients are excellent testimonials for our work and the basis on which we grow our business. We are bonded and insured.
Why do I need an arborist?
An arborist is a specialist trained in the care of individual trees. Certified Arborists have education and experience in tree management. They are trained to identify problems of soil management, plant and insect identification, insect infestations, and how to recognize, handle or treat a variety of problems that can occur to healthy trees in a safe environmentally friendly manner. Our arborists have passed many comprehensive tests and exams by the International Society of Arboriculture. You can be assured of accurate and competent information and advice. Cuts to trees should be well reasoned, timed properly and well executed. Careless cuts, often done by well-intended ill-trained people, can ruin an otherwise sound tree.
What makes Liberty Tree & Landscape Management special?
We have years of experience with Pennsylvania seasons and plants. Our satisfied clients are testimony to this fact. From your first consultation through the last clean up, Liberty Tree & Landscape Management is serious and committed to our client’s needs. We offer a variety of services and can tailor one to fit your needs and budget.
Do you guarantee your work?
Yes. We carry out all out work with honesty, fairness, and integrity. We guarantee any work we undertake and will work with you until you are satisfied. We want you to be happy with our work and hope to maintain an ongoing professional relationship with you for years to come. Satisfied clients are our best advertisement. Our guaranteed work will give you the knowledge that your trees will continue to add value to your property while they thrive for you and your family to enjoy for years to come. You will feel confident having Liberty Tree & Landscape Management care for one of your most valuable property assets.
Our landscaper offers tree care. Why not hire them?
Certified Arborists are trained educated and experienced in all aspects of arboriculture, including arboriculture, horticulture, landscape architecture, storm response, electrical knowledge and integrated vegetation management.
Why do I need a tree service after my trees are established?
Trees don’t take care of themselves when their surroundings change. Pollution, traffic, weather, erosion, compacted or depleted soil, road salt, limited root space all take a terrible toll on trees. Your trees will benefit from pruning, mulching, irrigation, and being observed by a trained arborist to avoid problems.
Are there tree ordinances that dictate which trees can be pruned and removed and when?
Yes, many cities and communities have tree ordinances that protect trees from reckless and dangerous pruning or removal and require sound arborist practices before allowing a tree to be removed. We, as a professional tree and landscape company, are well acquainted with the industrial standards and guidelines. We can clear problems with the city managers in your area and get permits when needed.
I am concerned about toxic chemical usage. How do you handle chemicals?
We use eco-friendly products such as organic material and hybrid services that target specific problems rather than blanket cover with traditional material. Chemicals, when applied properly, can get rid of harmful insects without reckless coverage of surrounding plants.
Each chemical has its own purpose in landscaping. We will be glad to discuss any chemicals, herbicides, fertilizers or insecticides we use. We are sensitive to the environment and won’t use any chemicals you don’t want used.
How safe are your chemicals and how will they affect my property?
Many of the chemicals we use at Liberty Tree & Landscape Management are safer than your everyday household cleaners. EPA legally registers our materials for application to trees and shrubs in urban areas. We utilize low-impact, non-toxic and low-toxicity materials to manage the health of your plants and trees.
After pruning, will cuts be treated?
Today’s research shows no benefit from treating wounds with any material. Proper pruning in a timely matter is what is important.
If I have a tree removed will it be done in one day?
Log and stump removal is usually done by a separate crew. Logs are moved within a few days. Both log and stump removals are weather dependent since soft ground limits equipment access. Usually the clean up is complete within a week.
Can I plant a tree where the removed one was?
Often the roots are deep and the grinder can’t reach them. They might crowd new trees roots. Ask the arborist for advice. Each removal is unique.
How soon can we walk on our lawn after you spray?
As soon as it is dry you and your pets are free to enter the area.
What do they mean when they talk about texture in landscaping?
Texture is the relationship of size, surface, appearance, and general distribution of branches and foliage. Some plants are coarse in appearance and they complement big open spaces or rough coarse structures. Others plants are fine in texture and smaller and they enrich smooth surfaces near buildings and in groups. Variety of texture should be a part of the planning and handled carefully so as maintain unity through out the grouping to enhance the home rather than compete with it.
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I am about to purchase a home and want to find out about the health of the property trees. How do I go about that?
We all know it is important to have a professional home inspector evaluate the condition of the home before you sign a contract. It is also a good idea to have the evaluation of the trees before you make an investment decision. There can be unexpected high cost maintenance required to secure the safety of surrounding trees. Hazardous conditions can be a costly venture in a home or in the landscape so it is wise to negotiate any costly work to be done before the purchase.
Tree evaluations aren’t about reducing risks alone but about estate investment also. Healthy trees and landscaping can add significant value to the value of your home. Knowing the condition of the property, trees can allow you to plan for the best maintenance and care so you can enjoy the benefits of your trees for years to come.
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We are selling our home. What can we do to make our landscape more appealing?
First impressions are what usually sell a house. Trees and landscaping is the first thing a perspective buyer sees. Curb appeal is a great deal about the landscaping and trees. Good landscaping can add 20% to the value of your home.
Liberty Tree & Landscape Management can help sell your home faster by attending to your home landscape, making it as appealing as possible.
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