Lorianne Brunsch, ISA Certified Arborist & NJ Tree Expert
Territory and Services:
Lorianne operates out of SavATree’s Wyckoff branch, NJ providing comprehensive tree, shrub, lawn, tick and deer services to clients in Alpine, Englewood, Woodcliff Lake, Closter, Demarest, NJ as well as the Nyack and Palisades, NY area. She is highly qualified to prevent, diagnose and treat commonly occurring lawn, tree, shrub and insect conditions in the Northern New Jersey area. Some popular services that Lorianne and the team provide to clients include tree pruning, tree trimming, tree removal, organic lawn care and other organic tree and shrub care services, lawn and tree disease management, tree and lawn fertilization, lawn seeding, lawn aeration, weed control, pest management including mosquito and tick treatments, shrub and hedge trimming and deer browsing prevention services including our safe and effective DeerTech program. If you would like to meet with an ISA Certified Arborist to have your property’s health assessed, don’t hesitate to reach out to Lorianne and the team today!
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (201) 891-5379
Lorianne earned a degree in Forestry from Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Canada.
Lorianne has been an Arbor Patrol Specialist with SavATree since 1999. She is trained in Arborjet and Mauget injection systems.
- ISA Certified Arborist
- NJ Licensed Tree Expert
- Commercial Pesticide Applicator
Lorianne loves the outdoors and to go camping, especially sitting by the campfire. Her hobbies include gardening and quilting.
Why He Became an Arborist:
“Coming from Canada, it was a shock to see the diversity and love that customers put into their properties here in the U.S. After many years in the field as an arbor patrol specialist, I enjoyed helping customers with the continued improvement of their properties, and becoming an arborist allowed me to assist with the care of trees and lawns.”
Customer Service Philosophy:
“Assisting homeowners in developing a plan for maintaining a healthy and safe landscape is key, and trees are at the heart of the plan.”