prospects for your tree
Save your property
A tree risk assessment performed by one of our professional arborists can give you information about the long-term prospects for your tree, how likely it is to fail, and most importantly, what you can do to save it.
Why do Trees fail?
What makes a tree hazardous?
There are a number of things that the Menchhofer Tree Care staff will look for when determining if a tree is hazardous or not. First of all, we need to consider the size, age, and variety of tree. We will also examine the proximity of the tree to houses, vehicles, walkways, and other targets that may be harmed if the tree were to fail. In most cases, we’ll ask you questions about whether or not the tree has been pruned or fertilized regularly. Finally, we will check the tree for any signs of disease and damage, examining from the roots all the way to the crown.
Why Menchhofer Tree Care?
40 years of experience
When a tree becomes hazardous, it’s not only a danger to your property and family; it could be a liability as well. If a tree branch or tree falls on a neighbor’s house, car, or causes injury to a passerby, you could very well be held responsible.