When is tree removal required? It may be an overwhelming decision to let a tree go, but you have to look at the big picture. Consider the safety of your family and your property, and keep the following information in mind.
Obvious Reasons to Remove a Tree
• The tree is dead.
• Declining health – top of the tree or the branches are dying, or decay on the main trunk is present.
• Major storm damage – a substantial portion of the tree is damaged and the consequences are beyond repair.
• The tree is too close to your home or other structures, playgrounds, utility lines, pools, etc.
• The tree is leaning towards your driveway where you park your automobile, your house, your pool, patio, or area where your children play, etc.
• The tree is a nuisance – dropping sap, branches, seeds, and blocking the light, as well as your view.
• Tree roots pose a serious threat to driveways, foundations, underground utilities, and sidewalks.
• View clearing.
• The tree is in the way of new construction.
• Major landscape renovations, which include replacing the existing tree with more suitable or desired species.
Not so Obvious Reasons to Remove a Tree
Have a tree removal expert inspect your tree for:
• Bad crotches
• Structural issues
• Cracks in the main trunk
• Major insect infestation or diseases that may kill the tree, or spread to other trees
• Internal decay
• Crowding with other trees on your property. An experienced tree care specialist can help you decide which trees offer the greatest value.
Remember, the professionals at Chavira Tree Trimming, of Battle Mountain NV, are available for all your questions and concerns.
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