Tree Reports & Consultancy
TreeSurgeon.Care offer a range of professional tree assessments, surveys and consultancy services to people and businesses in the Dublin area.
We are to here to give qualified and insured advice for tree safety, risk assessment and advise on local planning guidelines. We work in strict accordance with the latest guidelines.
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About TreeSurgeon.Care's Tree Reports
We are proud to say that we provide consultancy reports and advice on all major tree related issues to both residential clients and multi-national companies. With strive to work closely with our clients to produce informative, high quality repots that allow our client take the next step.
We are pleased to work with both large and small projects and are proud of our benchmarked quality.
Risk Assesment & Tree Safety
Our experts are trained to use a variety of equipment in order to ascertain the the nature of the problem and then determine the risk it poses.
By assessing a range of factors including the likelihood of a tree or branch falling and hitting a person or a structure, our arborist can recommend the best course of action.
If required, we are authorised to give expert witness testimony in personal injury cases where a tree impact has caused damage or injury.
Our experts are on hand to evaluate the danger and risk posed by your trees to nearby buildings. We will also identify the likelihood of a tree impact causing building damage or personal injuries.
At TreeSurgeon.Care, we have worked with a variety of county councils, builders and developers to give an Arboricultural assessment of the trees on site.
We advise on the tree condition and environmental impact of removal and indicate dangers or problems that current trees may create for a new building.
The simplest reason is that it's your responsibility to make sure that your trees don't damage property or cause people harm. But if that's not enough here are a few more reasons.
- Keeping trees healthy.
- Keep the government off your back.
- Catch disease or fungi early.
- Aesthetic reasons and clearing for sunlight.
- Prevent damage to your home and foundations.
Whether you've discovered errant roots reaching toward your building's foundations or the plants are already doing damage, our process is the same.
- #1 We inspect the foundations and the surface conditions.
- #2 We dig pits to discover root intrusion and subsurface conditions.
- #3 Carry out a detailed survey and site plan.
- #4 Prepare plans to remove roots and stabilise foundations.
This depends on a variety of factors and can't be answered here, but if you are in doubt you should check with your insurance company.