Our tree surveys are tailored towards clients who have a number of trees on land which they are responsible for and who want to know if any of the trees require maintenance or represent any kind of health and safety hazard. The surveys are designed to provide specific information about each tree and recommendations for any remedial action that may be needed. Past clients have included schools and the local authority. A typical survey would contain the following information:
Our surveys are presented in a tabular format that is clear and concise and include a detailed map or drawing of where each tree is located.
Our inspection reports tend to include much more detail about individual trees and their surroundings, rather than being a general survey of a large number of trees. Inspection reports are usually commissioned because some particular concern about a tree has arisen – it shows signs of ill-health, for example, or it may be suspected of causing subsidence. A typical report would contain the following information: