We provide arborist reports in NSW. We have both the equipment and experience needed for this type of work.
Reasons to Get an Arborist Tree Report in NSW
The glorious state of New South Wales has many claims to fame, and natural beauty is one of them. The fact that there are 780 national parks, ranging from rainforest to bush, is a pretty good indication that NSW is a land where nature rules, and where there is nature there are trees. That’s why we at Assurance Trees are kept busy, not just looking after and treating trees, but delivering arborist tree reports in New South Wales.
A NSW Arborist Tree Report for Development Applications
Thankfully, the world at large and NSW in particular takes a more circumspect view of development than was the case in the past. We’re all more aware of the environment and, while development is essential in many cases, it is not allowed to ride roughshod over plants, trees and the countless species of wildlife that live in them. Many local councils insist on a proper NSW arborist tree report before granting permission for the bulldozers to move in.
Our particular area of concern is tree risk assessment, and we have a vast amount of knowledge and experience in this field. In addition to looking after the health and welfare of trees, we act as objective mediators between development and the status quo.
Tree reports in New South Wales are necessary for various reasons. Some want trees removed because they are impeding development, and an arborist report in Sydney can bring to light information that influences final decisions. Trees can have importance because of rarity, beauty or historical significance and an arborist report in NSW will take those things into account.
On the other hand, trees can grow old and decrepit, making them potentially dangerous in several ways. They can get out of hand, not just the branches which, if brittle or broken, can either fall or go flying when the wind picks up, but the roots, which can lift paving stones and even tarmac, as well as destabilising walls and causing damage to buildings. There are so many contingencies to consider that a thorough and detailed arboricultural impact assessment by a bona fide arborist consultant is essential, taking into account the current condition of the tree and the earth in which it is embedded, with an eye to the future and the likelihood of deterioration which could change the picture dramatically.
While leaves are a symbol of summer and good times and have the added practical quality of providing much-needed shade and cooler temperatures, in some cases they can block out the light, while too many nearby trees of a certain kind can make a building damp and gloomy. There are two sides to every story and the object of an NSW arborist report is to give an objective assessment of any given situation.
An arborist tree report in New South Wales can, therefore, highlight either the need for removal or preservation.
How Can I Arrange a NSW Arborist Report?
Simple. Whatever your reason for wanting one, just contact us via the online form or by phone. Give us the details and we’ll come and have a look asap. We also offer tree reports in Queensland & tree reports in Victoria
- Diploma in Arboriculture (AQF5)
- Trade Certificate in Arboriculture (AQF3)
- TRAQ Risk Assessor (International Society of Arboriculture)
- Cert 4 in Building and Construction
- NSW Builders Licence
- Trade Licence (Carpentry)
- Chemical Cert 3
- Police Check
- Working with Children Check
- Rail Cat 3 Cert
- White Card
- Elevated Work Platform Licence
- Dogging License (Cranes)
- Occupational First Aid
- Senior First Aid
- Power Lines Awareness Cert
- Traffic Controller Cert
- Traffic Controller Supervisor Cert
- Heavy Rigid Truck Licence