Hazardous Tree Evaluation
What is a hazarous tree? There are several causes of a hazardous tree, take a look at some of the reasons that can cause a hazardous tree.
- A tree is considered hazardous when it has a structural defect or the tree is located to close to property structure.
- Hazardous property structured areas are where personal injury or property damage could occur if the tree, or a portion of the tree fails.
- Other hazardous areas include sidewalks, walkways, roads, vehicles, structures, playgrounds or other areas where people are likely to gather.
- Common hazards include dead branches, dead trees, stubs from topping cuts, broken branches, tight angled crotches, multiple leaders, and an unbalanced crowns.
- Structurally sound and healthy trees may also be hazardous if they interfere with utilities, roadways, walkways, raise sidewalks or obstruct motorist vision
If your tree or trees match any of the above hazardous tree regulations, contact us immediately for an estimate to have your tree removed or maintained to avoid state penalties.