What is a Tree Report?
A tree report, or an arborist report, is the culmination of what is found during a tree survey. The report will summarize in great detail your trees health, noting any concerns, health risks, and issues that are having to do with the specified trees or tree. Threats like pests, parasites, and diseases present would all be listed. A tree survey detects anything wrong with trees on your property or in the public land you frequent. If you see signs of a tree deteriorating, Butler Tree Health provides tree surveys in Fort Worth, TX, just call 817-882-6499 today for an appointment.
What does a Tree Survey Entail
Whether it is for private or public lands, a tree survey stands to benefit you with the knowledge of what is ailing your tree. Regardless if the tree is old, young, strong, or weak, a tree survey will detail how to improve your tree’s health and keep it thriving. Here are the things a tree survey entails when done:
- Inspects all trees on the property the inspection is conducted
- Tree species
- Takes height and diameter of each tree
- Factors in the age and overall health of each tree
- When a tree survey is mandatory for the area, provides proof of inspection
A tree survey offers more perks than just assessing the general health of the trees in question. Arborists providing the tree survey will list suggestions that will benefit your trees when managing them and the land in general. Property owners will find some trees do help raise the value of their land, improving the health of their trees and can remove those that drop the value. Professions like landscape designers can create more accurate designs with access to the tree report as well, often needing it for absolute accuracy. How long a tree survey lasts depends on the property and the amount of trees. Anything beyond a normal sized backyard can take a considerable amount of time. For more information on how a tree survey can help you, call 817-882-6499 so Butler Tree Health in Fort Worth, TX can answer your questions today and can set you up with an appointment for a tree survey.
How Often Should you get a Tree Survey?
Some areas do require a tree survey to be done every so often by a certified arborist, like those that work at Butler Tree Health. When there are no visible maladies you can see on your trees, we recommend a tree survey every three years. However, in times of severe weather and serious drought, we advise more frequent surveys for both recommendations on how to best take care of the general areas as well as how to keep your trees healthy during such times.
With our regulation services that help maintain your trees and keep them healthy, you can rely on us to help when you need regulatory maintenance done so your trees can grow as healthy as they look great doing so. Because trees can also suffer from viruses and parasites like we do, you can catch them early and cure your tree of such diseases with regular tree surveys.
How Much Does a Tree Survey Cost?
Just like it depends on how long a tree survey will take due to the size of the property and amount of trees, the price for a tree survey will also vary on the same basis. For each tree however, an inspection comes around to be $75, not including other services that would come after if something wrong were to be found on the tree. Resulting services also vary depending on how accessible the tree is and how large it is.
For more information about a Butler Tree Health tree survey in Fort Worth, TX, call 817-882-6499 today to set up an appointment. We can offer you a wide variety of tree care options and our personalized care options that will help your trees gain the nutrients they need to live a longer life.
How do you conduct a tree survey?
Trees and saplings often show symptoms for what is affecting them similar to how humans do. We as tree experts ts look for these signs with a trained eye, knowing that when they are ignored for a long period of time, the problem could spread to other plants and trees. Here are some of the signs we search for when surveying a tree:
- Clumps of fungus
- Out of season leaf shedding
- Tree begins to lean to one side
- Leaf discoloration or spots, different to Fall season
- Branches and bark falling off enmasse
These are signs of multiple different maladies that can cause damage with your tree, each unique in process when it comes to treatment. The issue also arises when left alone, many diseases, parasites, and pests that can harm your tree do so slowly, but when spread to another smaller plant can cause more damage at a faster rate. Our trained arborists have experience on multiple different kinds of treatment options for all of the kinds of harmful pests and diseases that can go after your trees.
We take care of trees, making everything from saplings to ancient oaks healthy. Our multiple services will keep your tree healthy, revitalize it, and keep it bursting with color. Not only do we keep trees healthy, we also can manage and remove them upon request. So if you need a tree survey or any of our other many services, call Butler Tree Health at 817-882-6499 in Fort Worth, TX to have our expertise at your disposal when it comes to your trees.