Doug Malawsky, executive vice president and COO of Horticultural Asset Management, Inc. (HMI), has announced that The Tree Mann, Inc. has joined HMI's Authorized Member (AM) Network. HMI provides property owners, insurers and others with inspections, replacement cost calculations and a full suite of claims support services for trees and shrubs. HMI has established a national network of arborists and professional tree care companies to support these products and services. The Tree Mann will support HMI's programs in Northern Indiana and Southwest Michigan.
"We are honored to have The Tree Mann in our network. This company has provided the highest level of tree care for over 50 years," said Malawsky. "Three generations of the Mann family have built The Tree Mann into a leading tree care company. The Tree Mann will be a great asset to HMI in its quest to create a national standard for tree care in the insurance and restoration industries by aggregating the services of the best tree care companies in the nation."
"We support HMI's efforts to promote high quality tree care services," said Dennis Mann, President of The Tree Mann. "We built our company over the years by providing the highest standards of service and professionalism. Today, one of the biggest challenges our industry faces is the influx of low quality service providers. It is our hope that by joining HMI's network we will be able to assist HMI in highlighting the importance of only working with qualified tree care companies."
Members of HMI's AM Network are able to provide property owners with risk mitigation services, repair and tree replacement services, as needed, as well as all services related to tree claims and tree damage recovery, including tree and debris removal, reports to support subrogation actions, and replacement costs for lost trees and shrubs. AM Network members receive work referrals, and discounted pricing on HMI's treeFacts Reports, including customized Report covers. In addition, HMI's treeFacts Inventory Software is made available exclusively to HMI's AM Network.