Tree removal is always a tough decision and the choice can be emotional. We understand that trees on your property are important and often a part of the family. Unfortunately, there are times when trees can become extreme safety hazards, are dead or dying, storm damaged or become too old and risky. If you’re concerned with the safety of one of your trees read on to find out and see if it’s time for you to consider complete tree removal.
- DAMAGED TRUNK MEANS DYING TREE
If the tree on your property is old, diseased, and/or dying, the bark will not grow back leading to a damaged and weak trunk. A significantly damaged trunk or a bare trunk are two signs the tree is reaching the end of its lifeline. Without a sturdy trunk, a tree is a potential hazard to property and life.
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