Tree Risk Assessments Everything you need to know
Keeping Your Trees Healthy and Beautiful
Are you worried about the well-being and safety of your trees? Contact Sox and Freeman’s certified arborists to help you maintain the health of your trees. We provide tree health assessment and tree risk assessment services, helping you identify the damage before it appears.
Why Assess your Tree’s Health?
It is not easy to know whether something is wrong with the tree, what is the reason behind it, and how to fix it. It may be difficult for a non-professional eye to assess the danger that your tree may be in. Our experienced arborist can detect when a tree is in danger well before something happens. Early detection of your tree’s issues can help improve its well-being and increase its lifespan. A healthy tree will not only enhance the curb appeal but also increase the value of your property.
Trees Don’t Always Show Signs of Distress
Sometimes a dying tree doesn’t show any signs of risk at all and sometimes the tree appears healthy but produces very little new growth. Stress symptoms caused by tree root damage can take five to ten years to fully develop. At first, the tree lives on its stored reserves, but after that, the tree weakens and dies rapidly. If you are worried about the health of your trees, then you can schedule regular tree health assessments with Sox and Freeman’s certified arborist to avoid any heart-wrenching damage in the future.
Our Tree Experts Can Help You Decide
Our dreams are made of trees.
Sox and Freeman have been delivering tree services in South Carolina for the past seven decades. Our tree ISA-certified arborists have the experience and training to carry out tree risk assessments on your trees in accordance with industry standards and protocols. We examine every detail of the tree, from its crown density to its overall health. We provide you with all the important details which will help you to make your decision. We will also guide you on our tree services to improve your tee’s health.
Sox and Freeman’s tree experts have been performing hazardous tree assessments for the past several decades. We understand that sometimes it is difficult to tell whether the tree is hazardous by looking at it. That is why our certified arborists perform tree assessments using standard evaluation methods, to determine the root cause of the problem and the best possible solution. At times, the tree may look completely fine but may be suffering internally due to pests, decay, and infestation. There are chances that this tree might fall at any time, causing damage to you or your property. Our in-depth tree assessment can help you eliminate this danger. We will thoroughly inspect your tree and provide you with the results so you can make a timely decision. At times the tree can be saved by pruning and tree cabling but there are times when tree removal is the only solution left.
Sox and Freeman tree expert company is committed to preserving the trees for future generations. Our certified arborists are devoted to guiding you in making the right decision for your trees. Our tree experts are well-trained in all aspects of tree preservation operations, whether it’s tree pruning, tree cabling, fertilization, or soil inoculant. Tree preservation is a complicated task during the construction and development process of a property. Because the damage caused to the tree during the construction will be visible years later. Our experienced arborists can guide you in determining the impact of the construction on the tree, the recommendation for preservation, transplanting, or removal of the tree, and plant health care applications to enhance the tree’s lifespan. The loss of a tree and its value to the property is far more than the initial tree preservation costs. Let Sox and Freeman create a plan to protect your trees and their root system.
Why Choose Us?
Your branches are in good hands
We believe in providing quality service and maintaining good relationships with our clients in the long run. Sox and Freeman’s tree experts will not only perform visual tree assessment but also use modern technology to make our inspection. Then provide you with the best possible solutions for your tree problems.
Our arborists are ISA-certified, have adequate knowledge and training to perform a tree risk assessment and provide you with all the suitable solutions for your trees.
Years of Experience
Sox and Freeman have been in the tree service industry for more than 70 years, providing quality and satisfactory services to our clients.
We will perform a complete tree health assessment on your trees to make sure that each tree remains healthy and beautiful in the future.
Peace of Mind
Your trees are our passion, we will take care of them like our own and you can sit back and relax.
Our expert crew members are trained and educated to take all the necessary precautions to protect you, your property, and our team from any kind of harm.
It is the process of identifying, examining, and evaluating risks and hazards posed by a tree. It is also done to determine the health of a tree and its possibility of failure.
The leaning of a tree is a sign of root instability. It means either the tree is sick or can be on the verge of falling. It is beneficial to call us so we can come and examine the tree properly and provide the solution that is most suitable for the tree as well as your property.
Trees are complicated in nature that is why very difficult to understand. It is very difficult for an inexperienced person to determine the danger that the tree might be in. But a certified arborist can foresee the dangers that the tree might be in just by examining it. They will provide you with the best solution to promote the health and growth of your tree.
Usually, a tree assessment is called out once the damage to the tree is visible. But if a problem is identified earlier it can be addressed accordingly and can save a tree’s life. So it is recommended that you schedule regular tree assessments, once every three years. To reduce the risks and costs.
During a tree assessment the arborist will investigate for any cavities or damage effecting the health of the tree. They will also provide a suitable solution for it.
It usually takes only 15 to 20 minutes on each tree for a professional arborist.