When you should get a tree report
If you have at-risk trees that require lopping or removal in the northern region of Sydney including Ku-ring-gai Council, Hills District and Hornby Council, and Northern Beaches, contact the team at Bradshaw Tree Services – call 04 0357 2113 or email email@example.com for an arborist report.
Arborist Tree Reports for the Sydney area
As beautiful and beneficial as trees can be to the home and to your overall wellbeing, they can also easily pose a threat if issues are left unattended.
After years of growing and flourishing, some trees can suddenly fall and create significant damage for the homeowner to clean up.
That’s where having a professional eye can help. By calling an arborist to complete detailed tree reports, you and your family can be spared the stress of what might happen.
If you need any more reason to act, you can read all about the benefits of calling an arborist right here.
How Do I Know I Have an At-Risk Tree on My Land?
Easily noticeable factors, such as dead limbs, decay, cracks and trees that are in direct contact with power lines, indicate that a tree is at-risk. While keeping a close watch on anything that looks suspicious can help, some potential problems may be missed by the inexperienced eye.
If you are stuck and need guidance with your at-risk trees, we recommend contacting a trusted Level 5 arborists at Bradshaw Tree Services.
What Can a Qualified Arborist Do for Me?
All homes are valuable and important, which is why it’s essential to hire a qualified arborist. They can come to you and conduct a tree risk assessment, in accordance with the recognised Australian Standards.
A qualified arborist has the experience to produce detailed tree reports that meet council requirements and keep you and your property safe.
What Does the Tree Inspection Process Involve?
Tree inspections cover a range of criteria in order to properly assess an at-risk tree, including identification, analysis and evaluation.
An expert in all things trees will visually examine the roots, trunk and crown to identify obvious defects in the tree’s structure.
Further internal structure testing may be reuired to complete the assessment.
With these findings, we can provide you with a written report, detailing the issues found and recommendations.
What Types of Information Can Be Found in Tree Reports?
As specialists for at-risk trees, you can count on us to provide the most detailed reports possible for your particular issues, encompassing:
- Overall tree health
- Levels of tip dieback
- Level of deadwood found
- Pest and disease levels
- Overall tree condition
- Shape of the tree
- The presence of fungal decay, if any
- Hollow areas or defects
- Inclusions or weak points
- Level of branch attachment
- Stability in the ground and ability to withstand windy conditions
If you have at-risk trees in the northern region of Sydney including Ku-ring-gai Council, Hills District and Hornby Council, and Northern Beaches, contact the team at Bradshaw Tree Services – call 04 0357 2113 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an arborist report.
We understand our clients aren’t tree experts, so we will break the report down for you and explain it in plain English.
For a free, no-obligation quote call us on 04 0357 2113 or get in touch via email at email@example.com.