Hazardous trees regularly lead to death or injury of arborists and property owners...

 To promote the safety of people and property, have an ISA Certified Arborist complete a Tree Risk Assesment to be aware of any potential problems.

What are some Immediate RED FLAGS?

Read below to learn about some of the first things I look for when I get to a property. After years in the field, these are the 3 most common tree risks that I see.

Common tree risks

Lower Trunk Rot

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-Cavities in the lower trunk area, and root flare

-Mushrooms on the stem or root flare

-Presence of Brown Rot

Undesireable Species

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Pine, tulip poplar, cucumber magnolia, cottonwood, basswood, and others are naturally soft or brittle, and are generally considered hazardous if they are near a structure.

Included Bark

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Co-Dominant stems account for about 50% of the wind damage that I see. Learn to identify them, why they are danagerous, and what we can do to mitigate those risks.

Learn more about bark inclusions!!!

Birds Eye Tree Service offers a standardized and systematic process for assessing tree risk, created by the folks at ISA!

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if you think you have tree risk...

Have one of our ISA Certified Arborists come assess your situation right away!

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You may be at more or less risk thank you think, don't take action with out consulting a qualified professional.

There is usually more than one way to solve any problem...

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... and tree problems are no different. Removal is one way to mitigate a risk but it may not be the only way - trees are valuable, and can boost your property value up to 20%. We can always remove a dominant tree, but we can't put it back! Please consider all options before removing a dominant hardwood from your landscape.

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