TREE RISK INSPECTIONS
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TREE RISK INSPECTIONS

The purpose of our Tree Risk Inspection process is to thoroughly inspect your property to find tree issues that may pose a threat or create a hazard to your property, home, cars, pets or worse your family.

We send an ISA Certified Arborist to inspect trees on your property that have a target. The arborist will note tree health, hazards and issues that create liability. A proposed plan to eliminate those risks and hazards will then be submitted to you in the form of an estimate for tree services.

If you know nothing about trees don’t worry! Our promise is to never try to sell a service that is not completely necessary. We may recommend services that benefit tree health or visual appeal, but those services will be noted as optional, not priority.

We will then send our team of tree trimmers, tree removal and tree health care specialists depending on if services are necessary. We are tree lovers and we tend to lean on the side of tree preservation. If you are wondering, “What is a Tree Hazard?” below is a short list of what makes a tree hazardous. Take it into your own yard in Tallahassee and get informed!

Take this list into your yard and look around your house and property at every tree. Trees should be inspected starting at the base moving up the trunk and out the limbs. Make sure to visually inspect from all sides when possible looking for…

  1. Are there large dead branches in the tree?
  2. Are there detached branches hanging in the tree?
  3. Does the tree have cavities or rotten wood along the trunk or in major branches?
  4. Are mushrooms present at the base of the tree?
  5. Are there cracks or splits in the trunk or where branches are attached?
  6. Have adjacent trees fallen over or died?
  7. Has the trunk developed a strong lean?
  8. Are there too many branches crowded and arising from one point on the trunk?
  9. Have the roots been broken off, injured, or damaged by lowering the soil level, installing pavement, repairing sidewalks, or digging trenches?
  10. Has the site recently been changed by construction, raising the soil level, or installing lawns?
  11. Have the leaves prematurely developed an unusual color or size?
  12. Have trees in adjacent wooded areas been removed?
  13. Has the tree been topped or otherwise over pruned?

Contact us now if you have any questions or would like to utilize our Tree Risk Inspection.