• Aerial assessments: ground assessments of trees are limited, in particular where many defects can occur within crotches and tops of limbs that are obscured. An aerial assessment (climbing through the tree) offers a complete, close up view, where  no defects can be overlooked.

  • Root identification: utilizing laboratory facilities, the tree species or a specific specimen can be identified via a root sample.

  • Root mapping: a plan offering the size, length, direction and angle of the supporting root system radiating from the tree can indicate the viability of surrounding structures, and likelihood for root initiated problems.

  • Soil testing: utilizing laboratory facilities, a large range of variables that influence tree health (relative to the requirements of the specific species) can be tested to determine the soil structure and chemistry.

  • Tissue testing for toxins: utilizing laboratory facilities, samples taken from a tree can identify  specific toxins (herbicides), and/or  nutrient levels, indicating deficiencies or toxicities.

  • Transplant feasibility: the potential transplant viability for any tree can be offered with the requirements for the transplant operation and post transplant maintenance.

  • Tree species selection and maintenance specifications: Tree species lists appropriate to the size, environment, habit, function or other requirements of the client can be formulated

We service all of Sydney, the South Coast, and Canberra