Hazard Tree Risk Assessment

With the amount of percipitation Redwood City has received lately and with a forecast of more to come in the upcoming weeks ahead, the soil has become saturated and tree failure is a major concern, especially where the the risk of personal injury or damage to property exists. Trees that could obstruct roadways and railways should also be assessed to maintain the safety of the public. Certified Arborists are trained to assess potential hazards and make recommendations to minimize or abate the risk of damages incurred from tree failure. The aesthetics of a tree properly pruned and thinned enhances the surrounding area and is an asset. A tree that has been over thinned usually promotes excessive end weight in years to come exhibits a lack of care and knowledge and could become a liability as well. Crown reduction reduces the overall size of a tree and requires expertise to maintain an aesthetically pleasing specimen.

Locally owned and operated in Emerald Hills, Redwood City

"Award Winning Heritage Oak Tree" Pruning Specialist

Eddie Farquharson

ISA Certifed Arborist WC1714 since 1993


ISA Certified Arborist

ISA Certification is a voluntary program that tests and certifies a professional’s achievement of a standard level of knowledge and skill in the field of arboriculture. When a professional becomes an ISA Certified Arborist, they should be...

ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification

The ISA TRAQ program is voluntary and developed to train and assess an individual’s degree of knowledge and skill in a specialized field of arboriculture. When a professional earns the ISA TRAQ credential, they should be recognized by...

ASCA Consulting Arborist

Who is the American Society of Consulting Arborists? Trees and plants greatly benefit our quality of life, health, and well-being. As land improvements, they are unique because they can increase in size and value over time. Thus, trees and...

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#NeighborhoodFaves. ISA CERTIFIED ARBORIST WE1714-A  ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification (TRAQ) With the excessive amount of precipitation last winter, trees have an abundance of new growth, which can predispose them to failure. Hot...