Trees are not only beautiful, but they are also beneficial to the world. Most homeowners will work to protect and care for their trees to avoid removal. At Sherman Tree Services' our top priority is to save a tree first. This is not always feasible and may warrant removal. When this happens, you will want to work with a professional company with trained tree experts. Our experienced and qualified team will ensure that if your tree does need removing, it will be done with the utmost care to ensure the safety of your property, yourself, and anyone who may be nearby. Contact us for any more information.
Common reasons for tree removal
Sometimes despite even the most determined efforts to save a tree, there are times when a removal is necessary. One of the leading causes of tree death is disease. You may not even realize a tree has been infected with one until irreversible damage has already happened. Diseased trees that are not able to be saved need removing before the disease can spread. Once the tree has died there is, unfortunately, nothing that can be done. If removal does not happen, the tree will slowly lose strength and is at risk for breaking. Trees are alive and constantly growing. When you plant a tree, it could be in the prime location for it to thrive, but as it grows those conditions change. A tree pushing up against structures or roots affecting the foundation of properties nearby needs removing before further damage has occurred.
Why choose a professional
Planting trees on your property offers pleather of benefits to the human mind, economy, and environment. Unfortunately, sometimes they need to be removed. When the time comes many homeowners consider attempting a DIY removal as a pose to professional. This may save you some money but it is highly dangerous and can have severe repercussions. Our team at Sherman Tree Services has the experience and expertise to ensure your trees are removed safely without causing any harm or damage to surrounding properties or people. Depending on the size of the tree the tools you will need for safe removals are specialized and commonly only owned by professionals.
Important safety considerations
Removing a tree is, difficult and if not done, correctly can be dangerous. Trained professionals are aware of the necessary safety techniques that are required for everyone’s safety. If the tree is close to power lines, it is vital to assume that, these lines are powered. Before the removal can begin, this needs to be cleared and taken into consideration to ensure no one is at risk. Planning is vital, for any tree removals, we require to assess the tree. During our assessment we check the size, type, and placement of the tree to have a clear plan for the removal.
Signs of decay or disease
When a tree has become diseased, you may not always recognize the signs. Sometimes the tree may only show obvious symptoms too late and irreversible damage has already begun. As a homeowner, you never want to see your trees removed, so recognizing the signs of disease beforehand could save it. Your tree may be diseased if you notice signs such as white spots appearing all over the tree; the trunk and branches form holes, Spots on the foliage, Dead or dying leaves that also appear yellow and stunted growth. If you notice any of these signs appear on your tree contact a specialist right away.