Arborist Reports Reduces Risk
“A hazard is always a hazard, but not every hazard poses a significant risk”
Trees and tree parts can become a hazard in a number of ways from dead branches, storm damage, hung up branches, decay and dying . All of these are hazards, which in relation to trees, have the potential to cause harm to people or property.
Although you might recognise a broken branch, you may have trouble identifying decay within a tree or a weak structural union which could lead to branch failure.
A simple tree check can identify hazards associated with your trees and we can then recommend appropriate action.
We are qualified tree risk assessors and are able to evaluate the risk that your trees pose, so that you can make informed decisions about the long term management of your trees. Not all recognisable hazards create a significant risk, and some trees without any visible hazards may pose a risk in themselves. Risk assessments take into account a number of factors that help determine the risk that certain trees or hazards pose.
We can determine, through a Tree Risk Assessment, whether that tree you want to cut down because you think it is too big, is actually at risk of falling apart, or it may just need monitoring regularly instead, thereby saving you thousands of dollars in removal costs and enabling you to keep the tree that you really liked any way.
A Hazard Identification report is just that, a report on the hazards we have identified. A Tree Risk Assessment is a report of the level risk those hazards represent. These are two different documents and we can provide you with either or both.
Contact us now to find out how we can help.
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