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ISA Certified Arborist Joe Estrada, ISA Certified Arborist & Branch Leader

Territory:

Joe operates out of SavATree’s new Sterling branch in Loudoun County, VA, as the branch leader and arborist bringing expert tree, shrub, lawn, tick, and deer services to McLean, West McLean and Tysons, VA. Some popular services that Joe and the team provide to clients in the McLean and Reston areas include tree pruning and trimming, tree and lawn fertilization, tree removal, tree and lawn disease management, diagnosis and prevention, lawn seeding, lawn aeration, deer browsing prevention services including our very popular DeerTech program, organic lawn care and other organic options and tick and mosquito treatments. If you are in need of any professional services to keep your property healthy, safe and beautiful, don’t hesitate to reach out to Joe and the Sterling, VA team today!

Email: jestrada@savatree.com
Phone: (571) 283-7422

Qualifications:

Joe has over 20 years of experience working in the tree care industry. His expertise includes tree climbing, plant health care and preservation of trees during construction.

Industry Involvement/Awards/Certifications:

  • ISA Certified Arborist
  • Qualified Tree Risk Assesor
  • Member of the American Society of Consulting
  • MD Tree Expert
  • TCIA Certified Tree Safety Professional

Personal:

Joe was born and raised in Baltimore City. He enjoys travelling and loves going to new places. He also enjoys spending time outdoors with his family.

Why He Became An Arborist:

“I am a second generation in the tree care industry. I have been in and around the industry most of my life. I enjoy being an Arborist and caring for our urban forest.”

Customer Service Philosophy:

“I am committed to providing Arboriculture services in a professional and ethical manner, to help enhance the health, safety and beauty of my client’s property.”

Social Network:

Click here to connect with Joe on LinkedIn!

Observations in the Field:

Fungal Fruiting Structures

March 8, 2019 – A tree with fungal fruiting structures on several limbs, trunk, butt or roots should be removed promptly.  Especially if it is located where property damage may occur, or harm people or pets struck by falling limbs or the tree itself.  If most of the tree appears healthy, any single branch with fungal fruiting structures should be removed promptly, regardless of the identity of the fungus present.

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Territory List:

Fairfax County
McLean
Tysons
Tysons Corner
West McLean

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