Rael Graham, ISA Certified Arborist
Territory and Services:
Rael works out of SavATree’s Waterford, MI branch providing comprehensive tree care and lawn care to properties in and around Shelby Township, Washington, Oakland Township, Utica and Rochester Hills, MI. Rael has many years of experience working in the tree and lawn care industry and approaches each interaction with his clients with a positive attitude and high level of professionalism. At SavATree, we will go out of our way to meet every want and need you have for your property. Some popular services provided by Rael and the team to the Shelby Township area include tree removal, tree pruning, tree trimming, tree and lawn fertilization, lawn and tree disease management, organic lawn care and other organic tree and shrub care options, shrub and hedge trimming, lawn seeding, lawn aeration, weed control, holiday lighting installation and management, pest control including organic mosquito and tick treatments and deer repellents. If you are in need of any services to make your property thrive, don’t wait to get in contact with one of our certified arborists. We look forward to working with you!
Email: [email protected]
Rael has three years of Plant Health Care as well as General Tree Care service experience.
Rael earned his degree in Environmental Science with a specialization in environmental sustainability and resource management from Oakland University in Michigan.
- ISA Certified Arborist
Rael is the proud father of three boys and he’s from Forster New South Wales, Australia.
Rael is a volunteer at the Clinton River Watershed Council.
Why Did you Become an Arborist?:
“I wanted to become the “Steve Irwin of trees”.
Customer Service Philosophy:
“I love to listen to clients concerns about their landscape and help them build an actionable plan. It feels good to set into motion events that lead to a clients satisfaction.”
Observations in the field:
May 5, 2022 – Macomb, MI
This grafted cherry has 2 different colored flowers! A sucker from below the graft has been allowed to supersede the scions, resulting in both pink and white flowers in the same tree.