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770TreeGuy Announces TRAQ Certification

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Local firm under goes rigorous training program for education of methods to assess tree risks

Fayetteville, GA – April 14, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

770TreeGuy (http://770treeguy.com) has earned TRAQ certification, becoming a dual certified, both TRAQ and ISA, professional tree service. With offices in Peachtree City, Fayetteville, and Newnan, 770TreeGuy (770treeguy.com) provides high quality tree services and customer care to the residents of Fayette and Coweta Counties. Their services include: arborist services, stump grinding, tree trimming, and tree removal, which are always conducted with proper arboricultural practices.

To receive TRAQ or Tree Risk Assessment Qualification certification, arborists undergo a rigorous training program, which educates arborists to utilize methodologies as prescribed by the ISA as best management practices for tree risk assessment. This certification is sought after because it ensures increased safety for people and the property. TRAQ certification also ensures that trees will be assessed properly, so homeowners can make informed decisions regarding the health and longevity of their trees. Owner Aaron Capannelli stated, “I wanted to further my education and receive my TRAQ certification because I want to better care for my customers and their trees. I always want to be learning and expanding my knowledge to be the best arborist I can be.” 770TreeGuy earned ISA certification in years past, so this TRAQ certification is an additional credential.

“TRAQ and ISA certification are both very important credentials that can be informative about a company’s experience. TRAQ certification is for already practicing certified arborists,” Capannelli shares. ISA certification requires careful study to pass an exam developed by professionals in the field. The certification process with ISA also encourages continued education to maintain and build upon skills and knowledge. ISA certification is an indicator of a tree professional’s qualifications and experience.

TRAQ certification ensures proper methods will be used when using a bucket and crane. Every arborist has specializations in certain areas such as treatment and diagnosis, consultations, pruning, cabling and or lightning protection, but TRAQ certification guarantees safety in all tree related services. Since arborists could have pursued education in many different ways, TRAQ certification, developed in 2013, is a means for designating highly qualified arborists.

ABOUT 770TreeGuy:

770TreeGuy was founded by Aaron Capannelli, an ISA Certified Arborist® with fourteen years of experience in the field. He established his business because quality tree care utilizing proper arboricultural practices was needed in his community. With offices conveniently located in Fayetteville and Newnan, the team attends to customers’ needs efficiently and effectively.

Contact Info:
Name: Aaron Capannelli
Email: info@770treeguy.com
Organization: 770TreeGuy
Address: Fayetteville, GA
Phone: 770-629-8715

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