ACCOMPLISHED TREE SERVICE PROFESSIONALS
About Signature Tree Care
Naples, FL Tree Service with TCIA National Accreditation
We have been part of the Naples, Florida community for over 17 years and are aware of the impact our coastal ecosystems have suffered. We have been offering ecologically minded organic fertilizer programs since our beginning in 2002.
We have ISA Certified Arborists on staff and affirm it is important for not only the owner or estimator to be certified, but rather be involved with your tree work to some degree. This ensures you are hiring a tree care team that will provide safe, specialized and research backed tree care.
For more information, please visit the links below:
- Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA)
- International Society of Arboriculture (ISA)
- Society of Municipal Arborists
- Society of Commercial Arboriculture
- Florida Nursery, Growers & Landscape Association (FNGLA)
OUR TEAM LEADERS
We love what we do, and our passion and high value work shows in how your trees and landscapes progress with reliable care. An ISA Certified Arborist will always be involved in your landscape on a regular basis whether it is performing, supervising or inspecting all work.
Each employee recognizes the responsibilities we have and is proud in knowing that we are stewards of the urban land in Collier County.
IanOwner, ISA Certified Arborist, CTSP, TRAQ
WalterOperations Manager, ISA Certified Arborist
JustinPlant Health Care Technician, Estimator
SAFETY IS #1
Safety is paramount as tree work is inherently dangerous. Keeping you & our team safe is our #1 goal and we achieve this abiding by and training in accordance with the American National Standards Institute a.k.a. the ANSI Z133 & ANSI A300 safety standards. This ensures we are providing the very latest & greatest level of safety & professionalism.
Arboricultural practices are provided in accordance with the American National Standards Institute or ANSI A300 which are written standards for professional arboriculture practices. This is coupled with International Society of Arboriculture (ISA), Green Industries Best Management Practices (FDEP GI-BMP) and Collier & Lee county tree work codes and ordinances.
READY FOR ANYTHING
We maintain a high level of readiness and supply allowing us to respond and work without public infrastructure for up to 14 days post event (hurricanes). Utilizing the 5S system creates a high level of efficiency & safety which translates to more focused productivity on the services we provide to our clients in emergency situations.
THE RIGHT EQUIPMENT
All our trucks are equipped with safety & medical equipment that exceed OSHA requirements. Operating out of an indoor shop allows us to properly care for and service our updated equipment. Utilizing in house fabrication and repairs enables us to reduce our down time keeping your project moving forward.
EXPERIENCE & CREDENTIALS
Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) National Accreditation
As you begin your search for a tree care company, start with a TCIA accredited tree service. Obtaining TCIA accreditation takes time, energy and a commitment to be the best in the industry. You are on the right track to getting the tree work done safely, properly and at a good value.
TCIA accredited tree services are peer/professionally reviewed companies demonstrating the highest industry standards. Having a TCIA accredited tree service take care of your trees allows you peace of mind with a company that demonstrates the necessary skills to safely handle your project. Signature Tree Care became accredited in 2016 to better serve our clients.
Signature Tree Care's Accreditation
- 63-point checklist for implementation to ensure industry/TCIA compliance
- On-site audit of company, it’s standards, safety practices, equipment, personnel
- Up to date & proper Insurance for Workman compensation, General Liability with aggregate limits consistent with industry standards, vehicle insurance
- Reviews of company safety history, policies, and trainings to ensure worker and client safety
- Comprehensive review of safe/current tree care practices