Hazard Tree Assessment/Tree Risk Assessment
Natural Direction’s TRAQ (Tree Risk Assessment Qualified) inspector provides a detailed report outlining the health and stability of an urban tree. The report includes advice on the best course of action – treatment or removal. This report can be used to obtain removal permits if necessary and will give you the peace of mind that you have made the right decision concerning your tree.
Tree Preservation Plans
By providing you with an understanding of what can and must be done to save a given tree, Natural Directions helps you with long term planning for the maintenance of your site’s natural environment. A typical plan includes tree protection strategies during construction, treatments and recommendations, inspections and monitoring, post-construction tree care, and more.
Natural Directions provides the tree inspections and surveys typically required for:
- Safety/hazard management
- Site development/planning and environmental/engineering projects
- Management of estates, large gardens, and amenity woodland
Tree Mitigation Planning and Consulting
Having a plan on which trees to save and what replacement and mitigation costs will be incurred should you choose to remove them, helps you to make educated environmental, and financial decisions. Natural Directions provides sound advice on where to plant replacement trees, and helps you select the right species for the location, and navigate local tree protection ordinances.
Insect and Disease Diagnosis
By assessing and managing the spread of harmful insects and devastating diseases in your development, Natural Directions can mitigate potential damage. Our consulting arborists customize a program that best addresses the distinct issues with your trees and shrubs.