We provide a wide range of tree surveys and inspections which we can adjust to suit your requirements, our tree surveys can range from a single tree to large-scale woodland.
Trees are living plants which have the potential to become dangerous or cause damage if branches fall or the whole tree collapses, their size and location are factors that need to be assessed to understand this risk.
Importance of Tree Surveys
A tree survey is an important survey that is performed on private or public trees to determine specific information about the tree and the area that surrounds it. The goal of the survey is to provide useful information on the trees so that property managers or homeowners can make informed decisions on how best to take care of the tree.
What do we check for in our surveys?
Our tree inspections check for:
- Tree Condition
- Amenity Value
- Fungal Diseases
- Trunk Integrity
- Pest Attacks
Trees need to be regularly inspected as part of a long-term management plan. A Tree Survey can be carried out either as a ground or aerial visual inspection, which looks at the tree’s condition. We are then able to make recommendations for any remedies that may be needed.
If you would like to book a tree survey with one of the experts at Majestic Tree Care, please give us a call on 01442 817732 today.
Why Choose Majestic Tree Services
Over the many years of caring for trees, shrubs, and hedges, for both domestic and commercial customers, Majestic Tree Care has built up an unbeatable reputation. All our Tree Surgeons are fully trained, fully qualified and have vast experience and knowledge in a variety of different pruning and felling methods:
Crown thinning – Small branches are removed to thin the crown, reducing the weight & wind resistance of the tree
Crown lifting – Lower branches are carefully removed to increase the amount of light passing through the tree
Crown deadwooding – Branches may naturally die off but can take a while to decay, removing the branches early keeps the tree safe
Crown reductions – The height of the tree is reduced to decrease shading & loss of light, making the tree more suited to its environment
Directional felling – A wedge is removed from the bottom of the tree, bringing it down safely in one piece
Sectional dismantling – Where space is restricted, the tree is carefully dismantled and brought down piece by piece