A tree hazard and risk assessment lets you enjoy your garden knowing it’s safe for the whole family
As a property owner you’re responsible for ensuring trees on your property are safe. A tree risk assessment is the first step in making this happen. We assess your property and develop a strategy to rectify any current or potential problems that may occur in the future. This is especially important for trees that are near power lines or building structures. Speak to us and we’ll make sure your property is safe for your family, friends and visitors.
What’s included in a tree hazard and risk assessment?
We start with a sweeping visual assessment to identify any problems. We then take a closer look at all planting areas to uncover any health issues with each tree or shrub. Our tree knowledge means we can identify issues that may not be obvious to the untrained eye.
As part of our assessment, we consider:
- Structural defects
- Disease and decay
- Termites and pests
- Soil condition
- Proximity to other properties and gardens
- Environmental factors
- Effects of exposure to nature
Who needs a tree hazard and risk assessment?
Most home owners can benefit from this risk assessment process. And being proactive can help you avoid financial and structural damage to your property. We want you to maximum enjoyment from your outdoor area and have peace of mind knowing it’s a safe environment for your family to enjoy.
A tree risk assessment:
- Forms the basis for a regular maintenance plan
- Identifies trees that may require cable bracing for stability
- Identifies hazardous trees to be removed
- Identifies trees that can be used for habitat trees