Regular tree reports and tree risk assessment can help tree owners to discharge their legal obligations and ensure that the trees in their care do not represent a danger to other people or their property. Under such an inspection regime, the tree surveyors become responsible for the health and safety aspects.
Using specialised survey software, tree experts PJC Consultancy carries out rural and urban tree reports for a both commercial clients and private homeowners. A typical report will include a description of each tree, its dimensions and state of health, work requirements and timescales to complete this work. A plan showing each tree’s location is provided to aid interpretation.
Mortgage lenders and insurance companies will often require tree reports for tree risk assessment before underwriting residential homes and commercial properties on land with adjacent mature trees. As a qualified tree surveyor, PJC Consultancy can provide tree reports that are tailored to assess the overall risk posed by a tree, taking into account the likelihood that a tree will cause subsidence as well as its structural stability.