Communication and transparency is critical right now, so we have listed our most frequently asked questions below:
Alex K. was polite and responsive to questions and concerns. He did a thorough job of spraying our spruce trees. Alex maintained good social distance in this time of the Coronavirus.
– Doug B.
The work was done quickly and professionally. Also the guys doing the work were friendly and respectful of the COVID 19 guidelines.
– Chris P.
The Davey team showed up on time, prepared, and professional... Masks were worn to prevent the spread of COVID-19!
– Dora S.
With the nature of our low contact services, we plan to operate and perform tree and landscape services as requested by our clients. We are requiring our teams to use hand sanitizer before exiting their vehicles prior to entering a client’s property and deep-cleaning tools and equipment.
Additionally, when clients do need to interact with one of our local team members directly, they understand that in order to reduce the potential spread of infection, they will comply with recommended social distancing practices, wear face masks, and will not offer a handshake, etc. As an additional measure, we will call in advance of a property visit in the event that you have questions.
We understand it’s tough to feel at ease in a time like this, and we are happy to send any proposals or invoices digitally via email upon client request.
We are working diligently to minimize any delays in service due to impact from these changes and will contact clients directly if there are any adjustments to already scheduled appointments.
Davey provides essential services for maintaining electric infrastructure, providing storm clean-up and disaster response services, and ensuring public safety through tree risk assessment and maintenance, and invasive species and injurious pest mitigation. This is a particularly important time.
The International Society of Arboriculture and Tree Care Industry Association have partnered to issue guidance to assist the green industry. Although the joint letter was originally written for U.S. cities, local municipalities, states and federal government, it has relevance to stakeholders around the world. Read the letter.
To help keep you, your community, our employees and their families safe and healthy, you can find the details of immediate steps in response to COVID-19 here.
We are prepared to maintain operations and respond to your needs and questions. In the event circumstances change, we will contact you directly.
The winter (or dormant season) temporarily slows tree growth, which may sound damaging, but in reality, it provides an opportunity for healthy revitalization in the spring.