Site Surveying

Have you got a dangerous tree on your property? Call us today

The NPTC qualified team at Shannonside Tree Services are experts when it comes to tree surveys and reports, providing comprehensive surveying reporting services for your trees.

Our professional arborist, Richard Walsh, will diagnose any diseases or safety risks they may present to property and the general public. We provide an arboricultural survey service to both commercial and residential clients throughout Roscommon, Mayo, Sligo, Leitrim and Longford.

We are also available to assess trees following an insurance claim for tree-related damage as part of our tree consultation services.

Our tree survey service includes:

  • Client consultation

  • On-site assessment

  • Full written report using a quality categorisation cascade chart

  • Quotes upon request for any necessary work

Do you require reports for trees?

Get in touch with Richard Walsh

shannonsidetreeservices@hotmail.com

Why Choose Shannonside Tree Services
For Your Arboricultrual Survey?

  • Free No Obligation Quotes We provide competitive prices for clients who need help assessing whether trees on their property pose a danger to property or people. There is no obligation to choose us for an arboricultural survey.

  • Professional Touch Our professional arborist holds a Tree Surveying & Categorisation certificate issued by The Arboricultural Association and is vastly experienced in identifying health and structural issues.

  • Flexible Our services are available throughout Roscommon, Mayo, Sligo, Longford and Leitrim to commercial and residential clients. Whether you require a one-off tree consultation or a follow up service, we are ready to help.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How much does a tree survey cost?

    The cost of a tree survey will vary according to the size of the tree, ease of access and the species. Get in touch with us to receive accurate pricing for all tree reports.

  • How often should I conduct an arboricultural survey?

    Unless there has been an event such as a storm, flood, construction project or signs of disease, we would recommend a thorough assessment by a qualified arboriculturist every three years.