Tree Removal

Home Tree Removal

A tree may seem healthy to the untrained eye, but it could be a disaster waiting to happen.

Dead, dying or otherwise hazardous trees can lead to thousands of dollars in damage, plus the priceless cost of personal injury. Often a tree doesn’t look dangerous until after a storm exposes its vulnerabilities.

Tree removal is typically a last resort, when no other safe management option, like pruning or disease mitigation, is sufficient.

So what are signs to look for?

  • There are signs of infection. 
  • You see large, dead branches in the tree’s crown. 
  • Tree isn’t growing well. 
  • There is evidence of root defects. 
  • The trunk is compromised. 
  • The tree is hollow. 
  • The tree is suddenly leaning. 
  • You observe sprouts at the base of the tree. 
  • The tree is under power lines. 
  • The tree is too close to a house or other structure. 

If you notice any of the above signs, give us a call, as most tree removal jobs are unsafe for the average home or property owner.