It’s sad when a tree that beautifies your property or community is the cause of sudden havoc or needs to be cut down. It can be disheartening to cut down/uproot a tree that is a major part of a property. A tree that has a story on its own and calms. How can this be prevented? Simple- tree structure evaluation.
What is Tree structure evaluation?
Tree structure evaluation is crucial to the determination of the well-being and condition of a tree. Tree structure evaluation ensures your tree is healthy and is in the utmost condition.
You may be thinking my tree looks as beautiful as ever why does it need to be evaluated? Or maybe this tree has been on this property for hundreds of years, what could go wrong? Or maybe – the tree is not in its best condition but it’s just the weather it would recover in no time there is no need for tree evaluation. Or – the tree is still young what could go wrong?
The truth is you need the tree evaluation now more than ever. Why?
- It might be true that your tree looks as beautiful as ever. What if the change in the tree is so subtle that only a well-trained tree arborist can detect such a change? Also, for a healthy tree, you want it to keep its allure. Hence, the need for tree evaluation. You don’t want your tree to go from being beautiful and an object of admiration in the community to a liability.
- Your tree might have been on the property for so long it has become one of the assets of the property. You want a tree evaluation to ensure that the tree has not been compromised by a storm, severe weather conditions, and lack of nutrients, insect infestations and poor growth patterns.
- You might admit that the recent storm has affected the tree but you don’t see any cause for alarm because it would recover in time. It always does. This is when you need a tree structure evaluation – to access the severity of the damage and reduce the likelihood of a catastrophe.
- It’s possible your tree is still young and quite healthy and you don’t see the need to analyze the tree. Tree analysis/evaluation is important to ensure the maximal growth of the tree and avert possible future hazards