Trees add value and beauty to any property, and the decision to remove them shouldn’t be made too hastily. However, there are certain times when removing a damaged or diseased tree is the best option. Find out when to contact Conroe tree cutting services to remove a problem tree from your yard.
Tree damage from insects, disease, or storms can often be pruned away. However, if the damage is too severe, you may not be able to save the tree. In general, you should think about removing the tree if more than half of it is damaged or if there are long, obvious cracks in the trunk. Be sure to look for signs of damage to the interior of the trunk like large hollow areas or increased insect activity.
Some damaged trees may pose a threat to nearby power lines, buildings, or other structures, as well as the people inside them. These should be removed as soon as possible for everyone’s safety. This is especially true if the damage was caused by construction on your property, since it may mean that the tree is not adapting well to the changes in the environment. Construction projects often damage the root system of the tree, compact the soil, or pile additional soil on top of the roots. These changes can irreparably damage some trees, and it’s safest to remove them before they fall on their own.
In addition, remove any trees that are leaning to one side, or ones where the damage occurs all on the same side. These are the ones most likely to fall.
Another thing to consider when evaluating a damaged tree is whether or not your property has enough room to support it. Many homeowners don’t realize how large their tree will become and regret their decision to plant it once it starts getting too close to the house or interfering in the line of sight on the road. In this case, if a tree is damaged, Conroe tree cutting services can benefit your whole property.
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