Damage assessment and recovery of excavated trees: Our commitment to their stability
Our service of inspections for excavations that have affected the root systems of the trees is an important measure to assess the damage caused to the trees following excavation work for new construction or breakage of underground plants. Our goal is to verify the mechanical stability of the shafts, through in-depth visual and instrumental analysis, and provide technical guidelines for the necessary maintenance.
When excavations are carried out in the vicinity of trees, the root systems can suffer significant damage, compromising the stability and health of the trees themselves. Our experts, specialized in the field of arboriculture and technical expertise, take steps to carefully assess the impact of excavations on trees and determine the actions necessary to preserve their stability.
On-site inspections shall include a detailed visual assessment of the trees concerned, analysing signs of stress or obvious damage. In addition, we use specific diagnostic tools to assess tree health, such as mechanical strength meters and tools for detecting damaged roots.
The technical assessments are also carried out in the case of emergency interventions, when it is necessary to immediately assess the damage caused by excavations and establish the corrective measures to be taken. Our experience and expertise allow us to provide an accurate assessment and to advise the most appropriate corrective actions to restore the stability of damaged trees.
Once the assessment is complete, we provide detailed technical guidelines for the necessary maintenance. These indications include recommendations for pruning, structural reinforcement, the administration of specific treatments or other actions aimed at promoting tree health and stability.
Our priority is the conservation of trees and the safety of the surrounding environment. Thanks to our in-depth inspections and professional technical expertise, we guarantee a careful assessment of the damage suffered by trees and specialized support for their recovery.