Professional and qualified – which means you’re insured.
Many of us have the question – Is my tree safe? Especially after a storm or high winds we begin to ask the questions;
- How likely is my tree to fail?
- What are the risks of my tree landing on my house?
- Are we able to minimise the risk of failure?
- Is there tree risk assessment for schools?
Determining the likelihood of tree failure and being able to answer the question “Is my tree safe?” requires a significant level of experience and knowledge about how trees. How they grow, how they fail, and what characteristics make a tree “risky.” At Ash and Oak Arbosists we are consulting arborists, this means we are able to give professional and qualified advice on your trees. You may also be looking for advice on a work place tree or a neighbours tree that you may have concerns about.
Often our customers can have questions around ‘Tree Risk’ and ‘Tricky Trees’. Our experience and qualification – ISA, (International Society of Arboriculture),“Certified & Qualified Tree Risk Assessor ” allows us to carry out surveys on individual or multiple trees.
We then provide written reports to accompany. If you would like to read more about the qualification you can find it here – ISA Qualification
In many cases the trees are safe and can be retained with no or little maintenance you can find out more about decreases the stress on trees here. Pruning and Reductions
We live with risk every day and we assume a certain level of risk wherever we go. Assessing tree risk requires special training and experience. Certified arborists are specifically knowledgeable in determining the structural integrity of a tree and the risk it may present.
The ISA qualification means we are insured and legally allowed to offer advice for public places, such as schools and commercial grounds. We can also offer advice on Budgets, Covenants and TPO’s (Tree Preservation Orders).
We are members of the New Zealand Arboriculture Association.