True gardeners love trees and they hate to see them deteriorating or dying. It is hard to see trees go down but if it is time for them to be removed then it must go. Tree removal service may be required but it is best to know if the tree in some ways can be saved.
A qualified arborist understands tree conditions and knows if it can recover or not. Here are some points to help you know if your tree needs an expert or if you can save it on your own:
Check soil and root condition. Are the roots look soft and slimy? Do you see any sign of pest infestation? If so, ask your local arborist for advice. Also, fungal growth shows that the wood is getting rot.
See trunk and bark condition. Are there missing bark patches, bugs and insect made holes? If so, then the tree is not in good health. Contact your local arborist to check the condition of the tree.
Check leaves and branches condition. You can tell from the crown, on the foliage or stems (shoots, branches, trunks) the health condition of a tree. See if the leaves are crispy and brown, or yellow and spongy. These are signs of poor tree health and have an arborist check the tree.
Trees get the best help from qualified arborists. You can ask them to check your trees in winter as they are mostly in their dormant stage. They can diagnose the tree easily and do the necessary treatment it needs. They are well equipped to help you with your plant and tree concerns.