3 Safety Tips For Hazardous Tree Removal

Posted on: 12 July 2023

Do you have a hazardous tree in your yard? A tree becomes hazardous when it is in danger of falling at any time. This often happens when the ground underneath the tree softens, and the tree begins to lean. It can also happen when the tree has rot, cavities, white ant infestation, or other issues that can affect the trunk's stability. Hazardous trees should be removed before they fall and cause serious injury.
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Signs It's Time To Remove That Old Tree In Your Yard

Posted on: 26 June 2023

Trees do not live forever. When a tree becomes old and starts to deteriorate, there will come a point at which removing the tree is a good option. However, it is not always easy to know when you have crossed that line. The following are some signs that your old tree is ready to be removed soon.  There are cracks where major limbs meet the trunk You'll see this, quite often, on trees that have not been routinely trimmed as they've aged.
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Three Good Reasons To Remove A Tree That Isn't Sick, Damaged, Or Dead

Posted on: 31 May 2023

You know that trees need to be removed when they're too sick or damaged to be saved or when they're dead. But did you know there are other times when it's OK, and even necessary, to remove a tree? Trees are wonderful, and you don't want to remove them if you don't have to, but that "have to" is sometimes relative. If there is a situation where your life would improve if that tree were gone, that would be a time to call a tree care service to remove the tree.
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3 Options For Dealing With Trees Growing Near The Sewer Line

Posted on: 12 May 2023

Tree roots in a sewer line can lead to smell backups and damaging flooding in the house and yard. There are a few options that can help you solve the problem. 1. Relocation Small trees can sometimes be removed and relocated to a new area, well away from the sewer line. This is generally only possible for trees that have been planted in the last two years, so they have yet to develop an extensive root system or a lot of trunk and crown growth.
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