In order to protect urban trees, many municipalities have by-laws requiring residents to obtain city approval before removing a tree on their lot. These policies aim to limit felling to trees which are in poor phyto-sanitary condition or that represent a danger to public safety. In Québec, most city administration now demand an independent expert report assessing the state of a tree before emitting the felling permit or certificate.
Antidote inspects hundreds of trees annually for signs and symptoms of diseases as well as tree physiology. We can appreciate and explain tree vigor and structural solidity necessary for your permit demand.