Tree Surveys & Reports
For professional tree surveys throughout North London, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire, Artemis Tree Services has you covered. We have the expertise required to assess a huge variety of trees for businesses and residential clients.
Anyone who owns or manages land containing trees has a legal duty to ensure that they are in a safe condition so that foreseeable damage does not occur to people or property. If you have trees located close to the perimeter of your property, a tree report is often required for building insurance purposes.
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Likewise, mortgage lenders may request a tree report or survey prior to approving your mortgage application.
As an award-winning arboriculture company, Artemis Tree Services carry out industry-authorised tree surveys which detail tree species (including scientific name), measurements of trees, the overall health of trees, make management recommendations and number trees with plastic tags if required.
Types of tree surveys
We offer the following types of surveys & reports:
Walk-Over Tree Survey
This is the most cost-effective type of tree survey. All trees will be visually inspected but only details of those trees which are potentially hazardous or that need remedial work are recorded within the tree report. Clients with a large number of trees and a limited budget tend to favour this type of tree survey.
Full Tree Survey
This is the next, more detailed level of tree survey with details of every tree on site recorded within the tree report. Each tree is recorded on a tree survey schedule and plotted on a tree location plan. This type of tree survey suits clients who wish to have a full inventory of trees within their care.
Climbed Tree Survey
Occasionally, the extent of defects in a tree cannot be determined from ground level. In this case, the tree surveyor may recommend that a climbed tree survey is undertaken. Following the aerial inspection, a report detailing findings with photos and recommendations is produced.
Mortgage Tree Report
Sometimes referred to as an Arboricultural Report or Homebuyers Tree Report, this type of report can be requested by mortgage lenders or insurers when purchasing a property. The report will assess the risk of indirect damage (subsidence) and direct damage to your property and third-party properties from nearby trees. The report identifies current and future tree management requirements and enables homebuyers to make informed decisions relating to the property purchase and management of existing trees.
Contact our expert team at Artemis Tree Services today, your approved contractor for local authorities.