To a child, a tree is a rocket ship, a pirate ship, a house, and a magical wonderland. To an early childhood facility or kindergarten, a tree is instrumental in helping children use their imagination to its full potential.
However, as beautiful and fun as trees can be, they can sometimes require maintenance to keep them in the best and safest condition for those around them.
With enough on your plate taking care of the children in your facility, it could be in your best interests to hire an arboriculture contractor who can take control of all your tree care needs.
What Do Tree Care Contractors Do?
Keeping trees at your ECE facility in the best health can be paramount to the safety of those entering your facility. It’s also crucial for those who use the trees for play.
Pro Climb has developed a systematic approach for tree management and maintenance based on the needs of our clients’ trees.
All assets are regularly inspected to determine maintenance requirements. Work schedules for the assets are also developed based on the age category, the condition and the safety expectations of the client.
Our goal is to work with all early childhood facilities, schools, and kindergartens to make sure that regardless of where a tree is located, it’s a safe asset.
Why Choose the Experts for ECE Tree Services?
When you work at or manage an early childhood care facility, you’re tasked with keeping children in your care as safe as possible. You do this by outlining health and safety requirements for everyone to follow.
A tree may not look like a health and safety risk, but it doesn’t mean it’s not. Any number of health problems can befall a tree. At the same time, growth can also see it become an obstacle for your facility.
By hiring an expert team like Pro Climb Tree Care to undertake tree services, you can rest assured that everything from pruning to general health is taken care of.
Keeping your tree in the best health can mean it’s safe and healthy for decades of children to enjoy. Don’t underestimate the value of:
- Having an arborist check your trees to identify defects regularly
- Having experts maintain trees to prevent infrastructure and property damage
- Performing regular maintenance to keep costs low
Get the answers from our experts
To a child a tree can be a magical place where they test the limits of both their physical ability and their imagination. However, trees at early childhood centres and kindergartens require regular maintenance and safety checks to keep them in safest condition for those who play in and around them.
We have developed a systematic approach for tree care based on our extensive knowledge of and experience with – you guessed it – trees. And we understand and genuinely care how important it is for trees at early childhood centres to be healthy and safe.
Besides the ‘obvious’ including cracks and splits in the trunk, deep cavities, missing chunks of bark, old or broken branches and signs of disease we look out for mushrooms or fungus, beehives, poison ivy, ant colonies, and how safe and sturdy the lowest branches are.