If you own or oversee property, you are responsible for all of the trees on that property. If a tree causes damage or injury, you can be held liable. This is why it’s extremely important to keep up-to-date on the health of the trees on your property – and our public tree inspection and public tree maintenance services allow you to do so. Ensure your tree is healthy and does not pose a risk to the public with Anderson’s Tree Care Specialists’s comprehensive public tree inspection services.
Call today for an appointment for public tree inspections – one of our certified arborists will be able to tell you exactly what you’re dealing with, and what the risks are.
Why Should I Get a Public Tree Inspection?
The benefits of routine tree inspections include:
- Increased Tree Health: Through regular inspections, Anderson’s Tree Care Specialists can identify early signs of disease, pest infestations, or structural weaknesses. Addressing these issues immediately will stop your tree from becoming a safety hazard.
- Public Safety: Trees that are leaning, suffering from pests or diseases, or have damaged branches are a public safety hazard and pose a risk to pedestrians, vehicles, and nearby properties or structures.
- Stops the Spread of Pests and Diseases: Routine inspections play a crucial role in the early detection and treatment of pests and diseases in your trees, preventing damage and spread to other trees.
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How Often Should You Get Tree Inspections?
Whether you are a property owner or municipal officer in charge of maintaining public trees, you should have your trees inspected at least once every 3 years to ensure tree health and community safety.
What is Included in a Public Tree Inspection?
During a tree inspection by one of Anderson’s Tree Care Specialists’s ISA-certified arborists, they will typically perform the following steps:
- Evaluate the tree for damage or possible threats
- Check for signs of pests or disease
- Assess the conditions of the roots and soil
- Identify any potential safety hazards such as leaning trees or damaged branches
- Offer recommendations for treatments, pruning, or removal based on their assessment.
Public Tree Inspection FAQs
Yes, if your tree shows signs of possible damage after a storm, contact Anderson’s Tree Care Specialists for an inspection as soon as possible. Trees should be inspected at least every 3 years but in the event of heavy storms or other environmental stressors, this may need to be done more often.
Depending on local regulations and tree location, tree maintenance responsibilities may lie with property owners, businesses, or the municipality. Tree owners should research local codes and regulations to know their responsibilities regarding tree care.
Anderson’s Tree Care Specialists: Keeping Your Community Safe
Anderson’s Tree Care Specialists is proud to offer comprehensive public tree inspections and public tree maintenance, ensuring trees are healthy, well maintained, and do not pose a risk to the community. Our team of ISA-certified arborists are experts at identifying safety issues. They can perform any necessary treatments, care, or pruning to ensure your trees are healthy and not a threat to the public.
Contact Anderson’s Tree Care Specialists today to learn more about our public tree inspection services. Working together, we can keep our community safe and thriving!
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