Whether you need to remove a tree that is dead or dying, or improve the layout of your landscape, here are some helpful guidelines when removing a tree.
Leaving a tree in your yard or business landscape that is showing signs of deterioration could lead to trouble. The tree could fall or snap at any time, especially during inclement weather, causing property damage or physical damage.
Nationwide Insurance found that tree debris and fallen trees by wind cause most tornado-related home and automobile damage, second only to a direct hit from a tornado. Ensuring that your trees are healthy and properly maintained can help reduce this risk.
If you’re not sure if your tree needs to be removed, contact a local tree service company that provides a free estimate and risk assessment. Some telltale signs to look for are:
There are times a healthy tree may need to be removed as its location is causing issues. Common concerns include:
Regardless of why you need to remove a tree, it is essential that you work with a reputable tree expert. You’ll want to find a tree expert that you’re comfortable with, and look for a tree removal service that provides:
Have questions about a tree on your property? Contact DLL Landscaping & Tree Service today for a free estimate and tree risk assessment.