5 Reasons to Use treesurveyni for Your Tree Survey in Northern Ireland

If you need a tree survey in Northern Ireland, treesurveyni is the best choice. We are a professional tree surveying company with years of experience. We offer a wide range of services, including tree surveys, tree reports, and tree inspections. We are also passionate about trees and the environment. Here are 5 reasons to use us for your tree survey in Northern Ireland.

We have over 10 years of experience surveying trees in Northern Ireland. We know the area and the climate well, and we understand the challenges that come with surveying trees in this region.
Services: As mentioned, we offer a wide range of services, including tree surveys, tree reports, and tree inspections. We can also provide advice on tree planting and maintenance.

We are passionate about trees and the environment. We believe that trees are an important part of our eco-system, and we are committed to protecting them.
Affordable: We offer competitive rates for our services. We want to make sure that our services are accessible to everyone who needs them.
Reliable: We are a reliable company that you can trust. We will always be honest with you and provide you with the best possible service.

If you need a tree survey in Northern Ireland, there is no better choice than treesurveyni. We are experienced, passionate, and reliable. We offer a wide range of services at competitive rates. Contact us today to book your tree survey!

Managing the risk of trees on your property by getting independent advice | Tree Survey N.I.

Trees are a valuable asset and an important part of the landscape in Northern Ireland. It is essential for tree owners in the region to understand their responsibilities when caring for trees on their land, as well as the risks associated with failure to do so.

Having an annual safety inspection carried out by a qualified arborist is one of the most important steps that can be taken to ensure the health and stability of any trees on your property. A professional survey will provide you with detailed information about your trees, including assessing their condition, checking for signs of structural weakness or disease, and identifying any potential hazards. This in turn will help you identify ways to reduce risk, such as pruning or removal if necessary.

The results of a professional tree survey can also help to inform the management of your trees, allowing you to take proactive steps to ensure their health and beauty. They may even provide insight into potential risks such as subsidence or falling branches. A qualified arborist is well equipped to advise on the best course of action for any identified risks.

To ensure the safety of both your property and those nearby, it is essential that tree owners in Northern Ireland have an annual safety inspection carried out by a certified arborist. Doing so can help mitigate potential risks and keep trees in good health for many years to come.

Tree survey to inform a Mortgage in Northern Ireland

A tree survey is an important part of any mortgage application in Northern Ireland. By providing a comprehensive appraisal of the existing trees on a property and their potential to cause future damage, you can ensure that your home loan process runs smoothly and that your financial and personal interests are properly protected.

At Tree Survey N.I we offer a tailored tree survey service designed to meet the requirements of lenders and buyers in Northern Ireland. Our experienced team carry out detailed assessments of properties as well as producing high-quality reports which provide key information about existing trees, including species, size and health status. We also analyse the potential risks associated with each tree, including whether they pose any threats to buildings or neighbouring structures.

Our services can help prevent costly delays during the mortgage process. We understand the importance of getting into your new home as quickly and efficiently as possible, and our team are committed to helping you do just that.

We pride ourselves on providing an accurate and comprehensive assessment of trees, giving buyers and lenders complete peace of mind that the property they’re investing in is safe and secure. If you require a tree survey for a mortgage application in Northern Ireland, get in touch with us today to discuss how we can help you achieve your goal.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Housing market

Over the past few months, I have noticed a definite rise in requests for tree surveys around Northern Ireland in connection with property purchase and leasing.

These range from surveys for planning applications for new builds and mortgage reports requested by the bank.

A tree survey can raise any safety issues with the tree population before the deal is complete and may save money in the long run.

Issues such as heave and subsidence can also be potentially detected at this stage.


It’s great to see the market is growing.



It’s great to see the fungi making an appearance at this time of year.


The fungi pictured below was found in the center of Belfast. I always love going out while carrying out tree surveys in Northern Ireland and Southern Ireland and finding new species. Not all fungi are harmful to trees and most have a beneficial effect.

Penny buns or Porcini Mushrooms are often associated with Birch trees. The collect nutrients from the soil and in exchange get sugars from the tree.

A fascinating world beneath our feet.

Puffball fungi Found during a tree survey in Ireland
An ancient Birch tree

The Birch with many tales to tell.

This Silver Birch tree was found during a recent tree survey in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The tree is in a great shape for its age. The tree has many years ahead of it and is well protected within private grounds. The tree survey also found quite a few smaller Birch trees scattered around the property. Progeny perhaps. Birch are considered sacred by many native people around the world due their their multitude of uses from firewood to wine making.

A great tree to find and have around.

Case Study- Tree survey in South Belfast

Andrew from Tree Survey N.I was approached by an Architect client who required an arboricultural impact assessment in South Belfast for a large scale residential development.

The client had heard about Andrew through another satisfied customer.

The main issues were a series of large Root Protection Areas which formed a major constraint to the developable land.

The development included a number of subterranean structures and was unsure how to proceed.

After a site visit, Andrew assessed the situation and provided a quote along with some initial feedback on what could be realistically achieved.

The client was keen to proceed and an initial tree survey was carried out.

A detailed report was generated with tree constraints information added. This included accurate crown spread and Root protection areas or TPZ’s.

The survey found that a number of mature trees were in fact in a poor condition with internal decay. These trees were marked for removal irrespective of the plans for the site. This automatically increased the developable area.

A slight change in the final shape of one of the buildings was all that was required to totally avoid all of the remaining Root protection areas and allow the planning application to be passed by the council’s tree officer.

Tree safety inspection. A beautiful day in Mourne country.

Today I was tasked with the inspection of 3 mature trees growing within a woodland setting.

Trees within a woodland can be considered low risk in most circumstances due to the lack of foot traffic around them.

In this case however, these trees overshadowed a very busy mountain biking trail.

With this in mind in conjunction with a conservation mentality the decision has been made to reduce the trees to Monolithic poles. Monoliths offer a resource to wildlife but lessen the risk to adjacent targets.

Obviously retaining the tree and letting nature take its course would be fantastic in an ideal world but trees in busy environment must be managed. However there are alternatives to total removal which should always be considered. These alternatives allow the tree to remain for a while longer and offer a positive contribution to the health of the woodland of which they are members.

If you have trees which you suspect may be dangerous, get in touch for a chat with Andrew at Tree survey N.I on 07834895556