Poison Ivy Removal ServicesLet us get to the root of your problem
Every single project is unique depending on the growth, height, and ground cover of the poison ivy plant. Our objective is to create a safe space for families and friends to enjoy the outdoors safely. We start with a property walkthrough, assess the physical space and prioritize the removal of poison ivy through organic methods.
After inspecting your property we can give you an estimate of the time and cost to complete removal.
WHY CHOOSE US?
When looking for the best poison ivy removal company to make your property as safe as possible, you want to be confident you are making the best choice to complete the job safely. RMPI Remove My Poison Ivy is the superior choice for Poison Ivy expertise and experience. Additionally, we use all natural methods, no chemicals or herbicides, and are insured.
The most commonly asked question is the cost of removal services. Each project is uniquely different and quoted on site, preferably with the client.
Taken into consideration with each project is time involved, areas of Poison Ivy sprawl, co-habitation with other healthy plants, poison ivy structure and attachment, age of plant, access, physical risk, equipment needed, safety protection gear, amount of removal and disposal.
$50 ONSITE Assessment, EDUCATION, and estimate
An onsite walkthrough with the client to assess the project, the property is reviewed and assessed to identify high risk areas, and the best strategy to remove or control the invasive plant.
We seek to educate homeowners on what poison ivy looks like, how it grows, answer questions, and collaborate together on the most effective way to deal with the removal and/or control.
Poison Ivy Removal and Disposal
Projects estimated start at $250, however each removal is unique. We work with each client to gain an understanding of the priorities and budget.
Poison Ivy is bagged up in heavy duty contractor bags, and sealed for safe disposal.
Poison Ivy breaks dormancy 2021
April 2021, New Jersey
Rochester April 26, 2020
Plants that look like poison ivy, can create a lot of confusion for homeowner. Using caution first, many go to attack those imposters by spraying chemicals on a lot of plants that would benefit from a simple shovel.
Poison Ivy in Macedon, NY growing up the front and side of the house, and prolifically throughout the garden. The doorway will soon be a very dangerous area to enter and exit through.
A gardener discovered this one the hard way after cutting back his shrub. If you look closely you can see the poison ivy intertwined and growing through the shrub. He had no idea what it looked like or how long it had been there.
Poison ivy in Webster, NY is taking over the fence post and other trees and shrubs. This job is challenging because of all the entanglement in the other plants and surrounding area.
Visited a work site today in Newark, NY, to discover some challenging poison ivy vine that is battling english ivy. Both will need to be cleared in a section to reach the roots and stalks of the plant.