Tree Removal Service
When is it finally time to remove that tree? Ideally, before the worst happens.
We understand that it’s hard to imagine what your yard will be like without that tree. They’re beautiful, they create shade, attract many different birds, and make a lovely sound in the breeze, but an old or decaying tree can cause more harm to keep than it’s worth. It is often a difficult decision to let a tree go, but it’s important to look at the big picture. Consider the future of your property and how the tree is likely to progress.
Here are few things to consider when that time comes.
We recommend that a dead or dying tree be removed as soon as you recognize it. The longer you put it off, the more dangerous the tree can become, and the more dangerous it can be to remove it. Finley Tree Service can help with the removal. We can do safely to ensure no damage is done to your home or business.
OBVIOUS REASONS FOR TREE REMOVAL
- The tree is dead.
- The tree is growing too close to – or the roots are encroaching on- your house, barn, utility lines or other structures.
- The tree is leaning in a dangerous direction, like toward your house, driveway, deck or your children’s play area. Sometimes this is not so obvious!
- The tree drops troublesome leaves or needles, sap, seeds, cotton, and/or branches.
- The tree is blocking your views or is creating too much shade and inhibiting your lawn to grow.
- Future landscape renovations that would damage the tree.
NOT SO OBVIOUS REASONS FOR TREE REMOVAL
- The tree has structural problems, such as interior decay.
- The tree has formed a bad crotch
- There are cracks in the main trunk or leaders
- The tree is too large for its location and poses a danger if it should fall or drop branches.
- The tree is in the way of construction or will be mortally damaged by heavy equipment.
- A disease or insect infestation will eventually cause tree death or spread to other trees.
- There is significant crowding among trees on your property.
CAN I DO THIS MYSELF?
We do not recommend removing a tree on your own or without the help of a certified arborist. Tree care professionals have an understanding of many different tree species in a multitude of situations, and have been trained in the safest and most efficient ways to remove them. An arborist can help you avoid a risky or dangerous situation and bring along the necessary equipment to remove the branches and wood that usually create a big mess on the ground.