Questions Frequently Asked By Tree Care Companies
Well it isn’t easy! There are many reasons, but one big one is that most companies do not have the resources to build and maintain the additional necessary relationships, study and understand the individual sectors, or master the licensing, paperwork, policies and procedures required.
Adjusters and city/government workers do not understand arboriculture. It’s likely that they do not know what they are looking at, or who to look for. But we do! We save them time and money by explaining the processes and offering a solution – our top-notch Members.
We pay per worker, per hour (for which crews typically consist of 3-5 workers). Factors that influence the pay scale are: equipment used, service area region or state, insurances/Workers’ Compensation, and daily or CAT response. Please contact the Membership Department to learn more about our current pay scale.
It’s FREE to be a Member and receive Timber Warriors jobs! To become a Member, you’ll need to apply to Join Our Network. We will need your W-9, Worker’s Compensation, and General Liability documents along with the application before we can start your review. Once we review all documents, we will give you a call so we can talk more.
No problem, you can still be a Member. We will cover your Workers’ Compensation only for Timber Warriors jobs. It is important to note that this will place you on a different pay scale.
We mail out checks every Friday, within 30-40 days after the completion of work – once Timber Warriors has received, verified, and approved all job documentation, and has verified that the Member is in good administrative standing.
We can offer assistance in locating lodging opportunities near a response area, however Timber Warriors will not be responsible for the costs of any lodging.