Ashley Ravo, Rhode Island Certified Arborist
Territory and Services:
Ashley is a Rhode Island Certified Arborist, operating out of SavATree’s Exeter, RI branch providing comprehensive tree, shrub, lawn, tick and deer services to Providence, Cranston, Lincoln, Gloucester, Scituate and Burrillville, RI. Some popular services offered by Ashley and the team include tree removal, tree pruning, tree and lawn fertilization, tree and lawn disease management, shrub services such as shrub trimming and disease treatments, organic lawn care and other organic treatment options, lawn seeding, lawn aeration, pest control including our organic tick and mosquito treatments and deer repellents. If you need any professional care to keep your property healthy, safe and beautiful, look no further than the experts at SavATree. Our arborists are highly trained professionals and Ashley and the Exeter, RI team possess expertise specific to dealing with conditions that occur in Providence County in Rhode Island. Call Ashley today and schedule a free consultation to create a customized tree, shrub and lawn care program suited to your needs and wants!
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (401) 294-6397
Ashley graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a double major in history and plant science with a focus in ornamental horticulture.
While attending the University of Rhode Island, Ashley was a student employee of their greenhouse. After she graduated, she spent two years working as a fine gardener before becoming a plant health care technician for Kaiser Tree Preservation.
- Rhode Island Certified Arborist
Ashley enjoys gardening, botanizing, cooking, and relaxing on the beach!
Why She Became an Arborist:
“I became an arborist because I admire the strength, resilience, and wisdom that trees have to offer. I want to teach others about the importance and value of trees and help people reconnect with what is happening in nature.”
Customer Service Philosophy:
“I am honest to a fault. I want my clients to receive only what they absolutely need and help them see the beauty and value of their particular landscape.”