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What Are Tree Surveys?
Tree location surveys are an extensive inspection of trees on a building site plan. They identify desirable or significant trees on a property and document their location and tree health condition. This information helps to determine whether the trees are subject to removal or will be preserved on the site. Most cities require tree location surveys as part of their tree preservation plan, but the extent and details vary from city to city.
Why Are Tree Surveys Important?
Tree surveys are needed for landscape design or to adhere to local tree ordinances before any construction or development can begin. Besides their municipal purpose, tree surveys are an essential aspect of site planning, help preserve young and existing tree health, and promote the sustainability of community forests. Tree surveys provide valuable insight into tree health and the site’s growing conditions. Suppose a tree is dead, decaying, diseased, or infested with tree pests. In this case, an ISA Certified Arborist can assist builders with lowering mitigation fees and determine whether the site is feasible for replacement planting.
How TreeNewal Can Help
As a sustainable tree care company, TreeNewal is dedicated to promoting North Texas tree health and assisting developers in preserving the valuable green space of our communities. Our ISA Certified Arborists can provide official tree surveys to help property owners with development applications, tree removal permits, and complying with city tree ordinances through all stages of construction.
TreeNewal Tree Survey Services
As a DFW-based tree care company, our ISA Certified Arborist has extensive experience assisting builders, developers, and commercial and residential property owners navigate tree preservation ordinances in Dallas, Fort Worth, Argyle, Denton, Southlake, Westlake, and Flower Mound. Understanding and properly documenting the information required for each city’s tree survey is critical to the success of any development project and complying with city regulations.
Learn more about your city’s tree survey requirements by visiting the links below!