Healthy Trees - Happy People
Trained and Qualified Teams
Transforming Your Backyard
Honest Client Relationships
We Offer Tree Risk Assessments
Urban Forestry Consulting & Education
We Focus on Safety
In light of the unprecedented global pandemic, and the Ontario government's updated list of essential services, I felt it important to reach out to clients and update them on how we are choosing to proceed as a company. It is very important to me that Ironwood keeps within the guidelines laid out by the province.
That being said, at this time we will solely focus on tree pruning, dead wooding, reduction and removals for the management of risk and the safe operation of facilities such as homes.
For site work, we will be working in small crews outdoors, and we ask that when in-person, clients keep a min 6ft distance.
With that said, tree planting, and management aesthetic purposes will remain on hold for as long as the provincial government deems necessary. It is my personal hope that these measures stop the spread of COVID-19 and we get to the other side of this challenge with minimal heartbreak.
As always, if you have any questions, or would like to have your trees addressed for the concerns outlined above, please give me a call at 905-906-3602.
At Ironwood we have a passion for outdoor spaces.
We believe in and build honest client relationships.
We allow you to have the peace of mind that the work will get done
with minimal headaches.
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Business has changed in the 21st century. Versatility is important, as a part of that, we work with various clientele from government, to private resident. Our priority lies first in building long-term relationships with our clients, so that Ironwood is a name they can trust when they need a solution to a tree problem. There is no client too small for our team to take care of.
Servicing the Southwestern Ontario Area
What is General Practice Arboriculture?
The approach of general practice aims to take into consideration the biological, biomechanical, and social factors relevant to each tree. This means blending skill sets of both climbing and consulting, for forward-thinking holistic arboriculture.
Unfortunately, in most cases, tree services do not have an arborist on staff, and oftentimes the crew showing up to the site are not working under the direction of an arborist. With Ironwood, everything is meant to be professional with the best practice in mind for the client.
This means being trained to treat trees of any age and species to levels of complexity that vary between environment.
An arborist knows the ins and outs of trees, including the living and non-living things that affect their health and structure. We know when urgent intervention may be necessary and can help you through the process.
When an arborist is dealing with hundreds of trees, their health and their role in the urban environment, the arborist is practicing urban forestry.
An arborist that specializes in general practice has a wide range of knowledge of the problems, and solutions, that come with tree ownership, and management.
A professional arborist who is maintaining an exclusive client list based on referrals and good relationships.
The tree that the company is named after is tough, slow-growing and long-lasting.