What is the basic tree assessment?

The basic tree risk assessment form is a tool for arborists to record and classify information while performing a basic tree risk assessment for Tree Service in Mount Pleasant SC. A tree risk assessment (TRA) is a comprehensive evaluation of a tree to determine the risk of its failure. During a TRA, your arborist will inspect the tree and the area surrounding it to provide a tree risk assessment report for Tree Service in Mount Pleasant SC. This report will conclude with the arborist's determination of the level of risk posed by the tree for Tree Service in Mount Pleasant SC and a recommendation for its continued care or removal if it is determined that it is too far away to save it for Tree Service in Mount Pleasant SC.

Vintage Tree Care TRAQ-certified arborists have been evaluating trees across Sonoma County for more than 25 years. Even if your trees have received excellent care and appear to be healthy, it is recommended that trees be evaluated, based on age and size, approximately every three years. To maintain the health and safety of the trees on your property, it is extremely important that a certified arborist perform a routine tree risk assessment. The basic tree-related risk assessment form is also used during ISA tree-related risk assessment (TRAQ) qualification training.

For more information on how to use the basic tree risk assessment form, read the instructions in the basic tree risk assessment form.