In urban and suburban areas, unhealthy or damaged trees can present a significant risk to people and property. Our arborists can help you identify and manage tree risk (and possibly sleep a little easier) with a formal tree risk assessment.
Broadly defined, tree risk is the likelihood that a particular tree will fail, multiplied by the consequences of that failure. All trees have the potential to fail, and structurally unsound or damaged trees can present a significant risk to people and property.
At Stevenson Tree Care, we have advanced knowledge of tree structure, mechanics, and biology. Our arborists are specially trained to evaluate tree risk, and can help you manage tree risk by completing a formal tree risk assessment.
Our formal assessment looks for structural defects in the root plate, stem, and canopy that could increase the likelihood of tree failure, and evaluates the consequences of possible failure to people and surrounding property. Along with the tree risk assessment, we will create a plan to mitigate tree risk immediately, and offer future preventative maintenance recommendations to minimize tree risk over time.