Need to remove a tree in your yard? It is hard to see a tree go especially if it has been part of our landscape and has even contributed to the beauty of the place. But if the tree is already dead or is weak, a disaster may already be in the works. Removal is a must if the tree poses hazards.
While tree removal is a last resort by most trained arborists, they may offer options such as tree pruning, but for a dying or dead tree, removing it can be the safest and best option.
You are responsible for your property and for the possible damage or injure someone could occur if a tree branch falls. Fortunately, there are ways for you to tell whether you need to prune a tree or if it needs to be cut down. Here are obvious signs your tree has to go.
- Discoloured leaves, soft crumbly wood, the appearance of fungi, deep splits in the bark of the tree, and even woodpeckers continuously eating the tree. These are clear signs that something is wrong with the tree. Check for signs of infection and call an arborist when you see them.
- Stunted growth and discoloured foliage are also signs of an unhealthy problematic tree. These are signs that the tree is not growing well. It may be difficult to know exactly what is going on with it, so you better ask a professional.
- If the tree is already hollowed, this can seriously compromise your property and can be a great hazard.
Talk to your local arborist about tree health and maintenance and if it can be saved or removed. After determining the condition of the tree, the arborist can plan a proper course of action to save it or go with tree removal.
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