Consultation and Advice

Project 6 of 6
  • Hazard potential identification and correction of structural defects may reduce the failure potential and may also prolong the life of the tree.
  • Risk assessments, evaluating the potential of the tree to fail, the arborist must consider the species, growth habits, branch attachments, defects, condition of the root system, lean, and history of the tree. It is also important to consider the size of the potential failure. Obviously, the damage potential is greater for larger limbs than small branches.
  • Risk management, almost all trees pose a risk of failure, as trees grow larger and more mature, the degree of risk increases. Heartwood Tree Solutions follows the Australian Standards and aims to provide a safe working environment at all times.
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