Tree Structure Evaluation

As trees age, they become more susceptible to wood decay and other defects. Many old trees gradually fall apart before they decline and die. The first priority for arborists caring for older trees is evaluating their structural integrity and providing necessary remedial treatments to reduce the risk of branch, stem, and root failures.
We are trained to identify symptoms of decay and other defects such as weakly attached branches, cracks, and splits indicating imminent failure, poor architecture, dead and hanging branches, and root related defects. Some defects are obvious by visual inspections, but others require a more detailed assessment.
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