Heidi works out of SavATree’s branch in Troy, MI. She provides comprehensive tree care and lawn services to clients in Rochester, Rochester Hills, Troy, Mt. Clemens and Shelby Township, MI. Heidi has many years of experience working on properties in the Rochester area and is uniquely qualified to treat commonly occurring tree, shrub, lawn and insect conditions in this area. In addition to her wealth of knowledge, she also strongly emphasizes providing excellent customer service to every client she works with. At SavATree, you won’t be disappointed in the professionalism of our staff and crews. Some popular services that Heidi and the team offer to clients in the Rochester area include tree removal, tree pruning, tree trimming, tree fertilization, tree disease management, organic tree services, lawn seeding, lawn aeration, organic lawn care. weed control, pest management including organic tick and mosquito control, shrub and hedge trimming and deer repellents. It is vital to the survival of your trees, shrubs and lawn that your property is regularly assessed by a certified arborist like Heidi. If you would like her to come out to your property to create a customized landscape care program tailored to your needs and wants, reach out today and schedule your free assessment!
Phone: (248) 379-5350
Heidi moved to Chicago after graduating from college to pursue a career as a climber. In 2002, she moved back to her hometown to be a tree care foreman, Plant Health Care Technician and, finally, a Consulting Arborist.
Heidi earned a Bachelor of Science in Professional Forestry from Michigan State University in 2001.
When not at work, you can find Heidi biking, running, enjoying yoga and spending time with her two sons, Owen and Elliot, her daughter, Finley, and her husband, Slater, who also works for SavATree.
Heidi and fellow team member, Joe, attended the Michigan State University Career Fair in September 2019. They spoke to students with aspirations to enter into the green industry. If you are interested in working at a top rated, professional tree, shrub and lawn care company, check out our career page now!
On Saturday, April 27, Heidi participated in the Meadowbrook Hall Woodland Restoration Project for the third year in a row! Heidi had the opportunity to teach others proper tree planting techniques and, along with the other volunteers, she planted over 35 trees! SavATree is proud to participate in Arbor Day events all over the country.
October 1, 2019 – Removing large trees is always very exciting. Although it can be hard to remove trees that have been on your property for decades, or sometimes even centuries, sometimes it is necessary as the threat of tree damage on your property or to your home continues to grow as the tree weakens. Keep your family and home safe. Contact SavATree today for a free health check on your trees!
September 16, 2019 – My sister, Brooke, is one of our new spring hires! She is currently learning chainsaw safety. The safety of our employees and clients is SavATree’s top priority and we continuously train our team members to exceed all industry safety standards. For the most professional tree care, contact SavATree!
September 16, 2019 – There is a tribe in India that has learned how to train the roots of large trees to create natural suspension bridges that can span over 100 feet and last 500 – 600 years. Living root bridges are a form of tree shaping common in the southern part of the Northeast Indian state of Meghalaya. They are handmade from the aerial roots of rubber fig trees (Ficus elastica) by the Khasi and Jaintia peoples of the mountainous terrain along the southern part of the Shillong Plateau. Root bridges have also been observed in the Indian state of Nagaland. Living root bridges have also been created in Indonesia at Jembatan Akar on the island of Sumatra and in the Banten province of Java, made by the Baduy people.
September 11, 2019 – This red maple on one of my client’s properties in Troy, MI had extremely fibrous roots. Several of the girdling roots were removed in hopes of restoring the tree. If you are in need of professional help for your trees, shrubs or lawn, reach out to SavATree today and set up a free consultation with a certified arborist!
July 22, 2019 – Scientists thought they had created the perfect tree, but it became a nightmare. The ornamental pear tree species is notorious for its poor branch structure, cross-pollination problems and a stinky smell. The stormy season is here and this tree on one of my client’s properties was damaged in a storm. Protect your pear trees and other ornamentals from splitting like this. Contact your local SavATree Arborist and we can help!
Don’t wait to protect your gorgeous Elm. Signs which indicate an elm has Dutch elm disease include leaves yellowing or withering before the fall season and dark discoloration on the branches and stems. Your best bet at saving a tree is to interrupt the Dutch elm disease cycle with an injection. Contact SavATree to find out how you can combat this disease.
June 28, 2019 – I feel privileged to have pruned & fertilized this majestic 64″ DBH white oak for at least 20 years! It’s an absolute beauty.
June 13, 2019 – This young red maple hybrid tree has all kinds of issues that arborists come across quite frequently. Today, this one is saved. If you would like your trees to be saved by a licensed professional, look no further than the SavATree team. Reach out to us today and schedule a complimentary consultation with one of our certified arborists.
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