Most trees have defects, but the vast majority do not render a tree dangerous. Defects may include minor dead wood where squirrels have stripped bark or minor decay pockets where bark has been damaged and the tree has suffered bacterial or fungal infection. It is the type and extent of the defect that is important in determining whether or not a tree is dangerous.
Our experienced Suffolk based arborists are able to determine if a tree is to be considered dangerous or not. We’ll advise you of the best course of action to remove a dangerous tree.