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Give your trees a check-up & assess any potential risks
Healthy, well-maintained trees are a pleasure to look at and add to your Toronto home’s property value. Whether you are concerned about a specific tree on your property that looks sick, unhealthy or damaged, or you simply want to learn more about the health and safety of your trees, Tree Menders can help.
We offer professional tree risk assessments from experienced arborists that will help diagnose existing damage—or identify weaknesses before they become major problems, potentially saving you from damage or having tree removal done. The risk assessment not only takes the condition of the tree into account, but also the safety of people and structures in the nearby area.
Customized tree health plan
After assessing your tree(s), we’ll offer our recommendations to best protect and maintain your tree(s) moving forward. Our recommendations could include pruning, tree maintenance (like mulching, fertilizing or pest treatment), adding structural supports (like cables, braces or guys), further monitoring and more. If a tree is dangerous, extremely unhealthy or past the point of repair, we may recommend removing it altogether. Tree Menders would be happy to work with you to evaluate the tree(s) in question and recommend the best course of action for your specific situation.
Is your tree a potential risk?
Not all hazards are obvious, so many of our customers opt to have check-ups on their trees regardless of any visible signs of damage. It can be especially smart to check your trees before a predicted major storm occurs or when you move to a new property and don’t have any history on the landscape.
There are signs you can look out for to gauge if your tree is a potential risk:
- The tree is leaning or buckling
- You can spot dead branches or hanging, broken or damaged limbs
- Sections of the tree have no leaves or a thin leaf cover
- There are cracks in the trunk, cavities or bark is missing
- You can spot raised soil at the base of the tree
- You see sawdust or shavings around the tree, potentially indicative of a pest problem
If you see any of these signs, contact us as soon as possible for your free, no-obligation quote. The sooner you get in touch, the more likely we can recommend a course of action to prevent any damage, save the tree or prolong its life.
Work with our top quality Toronto risk experts
Tree Menders of Toronto is dedicated to keeping your trees and yard beautiful, safe and healthy. We partner with teams of certified arborists who pride themselves on their love of trees and excellent customer service. They have the experience to properly diagnose any tree weaknesses and effectively recommend a course of action.
We’ll visually inspect your tree(s) but also use state-of-the-art technology to make our diagnoses. Our risk assessments not only take the condition of the tree into account, but also the safety of people and structures in the nearby area. We also offer a full suite of tree care and removal services, including: tree pruning, trimming and cutting; stump grinding and removal; tree planting and tree care; and more.
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When it comes to tree assessments in Toronto, we are the top experts
We know trees. We provide a full range of tree services—from tree and stump removal to pruning and trimming to specialized arborist reports and solutions—and we would love to work with you. Our crew of arborists are qualified, experienced and always keep safety top of mind. Plus, we take the utmost care to make sure your property is kept clean and safe.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Everything you need to know about the risk assessments in Toronto
Why should I get a tree risk assessment in Toronto?
A tree risk assessment will examine a tree (or trees) on your Toronto, Ontario property and assess any existing damage and the potential risk. The assessment includes a suggested course of action for reducing the risk of problematic trees.
Preventative care is equally important and a tree risk assessment can provide maintenance recommendations for healthy trees to reduce the risk of future problems. Acting now can help avoid problems, prevent property damage or personal injury, keep your tree(s) safe and healthy and save you money in the long run.
What can I expect during my tree risk assessment?
During a tree risk assessment, Tree Menders will send a tree expert to your yard to inspect your tree(s). The arborist will visually inspect the tree(s) and use state-of-the-art equipment to make an expert diagnosis of the health of your tree(s) and any potential risks. We’ll also recommend a treatment and/or maintenance plan. Throughout the entire process, your input is welcomed and appreciated.
How often should I get a tree risk assessment?
If you spot any signs that your tree may be a risk, we recommend getting in touch with us as soon as possible. However, not all hazards are obvious, so Tree Menders recommends regular tree check-ups regardless of visible signs of damage. Suggested frequency depends on the level of risk and the age of the trees, but in general trees should be inspected every 1-5 years. Many customers also decide to get a tree risk assessment when they move into a new house, or prior to forecasted storms or extreme weather events. Contact us and we can further discuss the best course of action for your specific situation.
How much does a tree risk assessment cost in Toronto?
The cost of a tree risk assessment in Toronto can vary, depending on how many trees we are inspecting, the size of the tree, what kind of condition they’re in and what is required to perform a thorough assessment. Contact us today for your free, no-obligation quote and we’ll be happy to further discuss your specific situation.
Contact Tree Menders of Toronto today and ask for a free estimate
Statement Concerning Coronavirus (COVID-19): The health of our teams and customers continue to be a priority for us as we continue to help our customers move forward. As the world reacts to the news surrounding the coronavirus, we want to assure customers that our company is working diligently to protect the safety and health of everyone while providing tree services. This means we encourage our team members to wash their hands or sanitize more than usual throughout the day and wear face masks whenever possible. We’re also keeping a close eye on the health of our team and will ensure anyone with symptoms of illness do not report to work.
Tree Menders of Toronto
320 Richmond Street East, Toronto
M5A 2R3, ON, Canada
Phone Number: (647) 370 – 9212
Hours of operation:
- Monday: 8:00AM – 19:00PM
- Tuesday: 8:00AM – 19:00PM
- Wednesday: 8:00AM – 19:00PM
- Thursday: 8:00AM – 19:00PM
- Friday: 8:00AM – 19:00PM
- Saturday: 9:00AM – 17:00PM
- Sunday: 9:00AM – 17:00PM