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Tree Inspections

As a tree owner you have a ‘Duty of Care’ to Third Parties to ensure your tree is safe and does not cause damage or injury. Quite often in the case of large, old and significant trees their management starts with a detailed tree inspection.
Mechanical failures in trees are more often than not attributable to recognisable ‘defects’ and these are generally identified during a inspection. Beechwood Tree Care can carry out a detailed inspection of your tree and make recommendations for its future management to reduce any risk to a reasonable level.

At Beechwood Tree Care these inspections are carried out by Neil Wilson who hold Professional Tree Inspection Certificate and has 20+ years of industry experience.

Climbing/Aerial Inspections

Climbing and Aerial Inspections are generally required on large trees with a significant target area beneath them, when a defect has been identified from the ground but it’s significance can not be properly ascertained.
These inspections should not be carried out by your average ‘Tree Surgeon’ a detailed knowledge and plenty of experience is required.

At Beechwood Tree Care these inspections are carried out by Neil Wilson who hold Professional Tree Inspection Certificate and has 20+ years of industry experience.

Contact us if you would like to discuss having Neil carry out a climbing/aerial inspection of your tree.

Tree Surveys

This is normally a service used by schools, colleges or work places who have a site containing trees and numerous people accessing the site. In this case it is strongly advisable to have a ‘Tree Survey’ carried out, the simplest way to describe it is ‘PAT’ testing for your trees.
We come to your site tag, map, catalogue, inspect your trees, give them a risk rating and highlight any remedial action required. In this way you know what you have, where it is and what needs to be done to ensure your trees are safe.

Tree Surveys to support Planning Applications and for Mortgages

Unfortunately we do not offer this service.
Please visit the Arboricultural Associations website, www.trees.org.uk and search for a Registered Consultant.