Trees and plants need a healthy landscape in order to grow strong and healthy for years to come. Brian Allen, our Certified Arborist will provide expert tree care and service recommendations that have the well-being of your trees in mind. If you need an individual tree diagnosed or your entire property inventoried, Archon can help. Brian will personally visit your property to meet with you and go over your concerns as well as point out any issues he notices during his visual inspection.
Certified Arborist Reports and Letters
Arborist letters is documented information about the health and condition of trees on your property; the cause of the problem, and actions that may be taken to alleviate the problem. Our office will put together a letter that can be used to apply for permits, HOA approvals, or simply to have record of the steps you have taken to ensure your tree’s health is being monitored.
Tree Risk Assessment Qualifications (TRAQ)
Tree risk assessments is a certification through the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA). Brian Allen is our ISA Tree Risk Assessor and performs tree risk assessments using best practices from the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA). He regularly evaluates trees growing in close proximity to people, structures and roadways. His extensive training and field experience enables him to evaluate the risk presented by a tree and recommend appropriate options to reduce that risk. Brian begins with a site visit and Level 1 Visual Inspection, performed from the ground, to identify tree defects or conditions suggesting High or Extreme risk. He will perform a 360-degree inspection to evaluate the site, targets, root zone, trunk and canopy. Brian will analyze data collected to determine the likelihood and consequences of failure and identify options to mitigate the risk.
A Level 1 inspection is focused on identifying immediate hazards and providing knowledgeable advice on appropriate risk mitigation. During the site visit, you will receive professional advice regarding tree preservation or removal, risk mitigation options and recommended tree care. Whenever possible, we prefer you attend the site visit, so we may explain our findings and answer your questions.