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Crews – Duke’s Backbone

Serving cities across the United States, our crews are the backbone of Duke’s, providing quality workmanship, integrity and leadership. Our certified applicators are cross licensed, enabling us to put the necessary manpower on large projects—no matter where you are located.

All projects are supervised on-site by a crew leader who must have at least five years and a minimum of five million feet of Duke’s Root Control experience. All field personnel, from certified applicator to registered technician, receive ongoing field and classroom training.  This makes them the most qualified first-responders to your root control needs.

We can guarantee our services because industry pros apply our products. They take great pride in getting the job done right, every time.

Duke's Root Control Experienced Technicians

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What our clients are saying.

“Duke’s solves maintenance problems. How do I know? Because I have worked with them directly for many years on several projects, and I’ve seen the exceptional results firsthand. I have personally entered manholes where we had up to 80% blockage caused by large root masses. After the Duke’s application, I re-entered one year later, and the roots were completely decayed. I’m so confident in Duke’s products and services that I refer them directly to my municipal clients.”

Jim McGregor, PE, Hatch Mott McDonald

“Once we saw the positive results from the pilot root control initiative, we increased the program and it is now part of our ongoing maintenance for the entire system. The best part is that Duke’s comes in and takes care of everything. Our guys don’t want to do it themselves. It’s not their job. They don’t want to deal with chemicals, and they shouldn’t have to. So the Duke’s crew comes in, applies the product and helps us keep track of treatment history and when and where maintenance is due.”

– Stephen Motley, Regulatory Compliance Manager, City of Virginia Beach


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