Tree Reports Great Wakering, Little Wakering & Shoeburyness
Making sure the trees on your land are maintained, in good health and not hazardous is your responsibility. If you don’t take steps to do so then you could find yourself facing a large bill should one of your trees fall or shed branches during a storm or high winds resulting in damage to property or personal injury. Your insurance company won’t pay out unless you can provide evidence that you have been maintaining your trees.
There is a sound way to ensure your trees are not posing a costly risk to you, and that is to commission a tree report. Great Wakering wide it is a much requested service for T.H. Tree Services and we provide it to everyone from householders and commercial landowners to local authorities.
Great Wakering Tree Reports: Frequently Asked Questions
A system called a Picus sonic tomograph is the starting point for tree reports Shoeburyness wide. It’s how we discover whether a tree is harbouring damage or disease. It uses sound waves to identify problems deep inside a tree’s trunk.
Across Great Wakering and Shoeburyness tree reports must be produced by qualified tree surgeons, otherwise they won’t be deemed official. You may need one for various reasons, including:
- Just moved into a new property, unsure as to the health or safety of the trees in the garden
- Selling a house or commercial property or land, buyer wants a tree report
- Need to comply with health and safety legislation
- Making a planning application
- Concerned about tree safety after a storm or high winds
Shoeburyness Tree Reports: Why opt for T.H. Tree Services?
There are lots of reasons local authorities, business owners and homeowners choose T.H. Tree Services for their tree reports in Great Wakering and Shoeburyness. These include:
- 10 years’ experience
- Trading Standards approved
- British Standards compliant
- Completely unblemished health & safety record
- Ongoing investment in training and equipment upgrades
- Fully qualified tree surgeons
- Fast service to avoid delays