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Monster Tree Service Will Continue to Work as an “Essential” Business

Monster Tree Service of North Charlotte Metro is focused on the safety of our clients, the public and our employees. We are aware of the recent Mecklenburg “Stay at Home” order. Mecklenburg County, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the governing bodies of the tree service industry (TCIA and ISA) have all aligned that certain aspects of Tree Service are “essential business” supporting critical infrastructure.

While work outside the categories listed below AND within Mecklenburg county will be scheduled to be completed after the “stay at home” order expires, we will continue to work and service our clients in need of our highly skilled services that protect the safety of the public and property as outlined below.

Monster Tree Service of North Charlotte Metro will continue to provide ALL of our services in counties and localities which have not yet adopted a “Stay at Home” order.

As professional arborists, we spend 90% of our workday outdoors and are able to conduct our business while practicing social distancing thanks to the wide open spaces and fresh air provided by mother nature. Additionally we have changed our standard practices to support social distancing when interacting with our customers in person to comply with CDC recommendations to keep safe distances. Furthermore we are capable of interacting virtually, by phone, or supporting any special arrangements that our customers may prefer and are CDC compliant.

Below bullets contain the relevant information pertaining to Tree Service as an essential business and what types tree service fall under that definition.

  • The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has identified certain aspects of Tree Service to be essential business supporting critical infrastructure. The relevant section is under “Public Works” in the DHS document “Guidance on Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce.”
  • Mecklenburg County "Stay at Home" order uses identical language as DHS with regards to essential business. The relevant section is under “Essential Businesses and Operations” bullet number 8.
  • TCIA/ISA are the governing bodies of expertise in the tree care industry and they have identified the following tree work to be essential activities to the safety of residences as defined by the DHS and reflected in the Mecklenburg County "Stay at Home" order:
    • Hazard tree removal, or removal of a dangerous tree
    • Pruning of dead, dying, or dangerous limbs
    • Treatment for invasive insects which if left untreated would rapidly destroy a tree causing a hazard
    • Road safety clearance
    • Cabling or bracing a hazardous tree
    • Mitigating storm damage
    • Emergency response readiness
    • Treatment of ticks and mosquitos or other public health treatments
    • Removal of fire damages or fuel trees in a fire hazard area
    • Assessment of hazard trees or pest issues for the purposes of removal or treatment as described above.

Excerpt from “Guidance of Essential Critical Infrastructure” issued by the Department of Homeland Security in the Public Works section: “Workers such as plumbers, electricians, exterminators, and other service providers who provide services that are necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences”

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