It’s a big decision when you decide to remove a tree and should not be taken lightly. While you may feel a lot of pressure to remove the tree the right away, each situation is different. Therefore your tree should be assessed by a professional before being removed.
If you are thinking about removing a tree soon, but you’re a bit apprehensive because of the price or the possible damage to your home or property, you’ve come to the right place. We have created a list of 3 common tree removal questions and answers that will hopefully help take some of the mystery out of removing a tree.
1. How Do I Know if I Need to Remove a Tree?
The first step in determining whether or not you should remove a tree on your property is to perform a health evaluation. In many cases, if a tree looks dead, it could be that it is just dormant, but a good assessment by a professional arborist can determine if the tree is truly dead or not. If there are no leaves but still has branches, you may want to allow it to grow leaves and branches again before deciding whether or not you wish to keep it on your property.
Sometimes the limbs of the trees might start to fall off and weaken, this may indicate that a potential fall risk exists. If a tree branch falls on your house or other structures in your yard, such as sheds or garages, this can cause significant damage. A risk assessment should be performed to determine if the risk of falling branches is excellent enough to warrant the removal of the tree from your property.
2. Can I Remove the Tree Myself?
Technically you can, but removing a tree is a dangerous task that should not be attempted by anyone other than trained professionals. If you do not have experience with this type of work or the proper tools, you are better off paying a professional service to remove your trees for you, even if you are an experienced DIYer.
3. How Will Safety Be Taken into Account?
At SB Tree Service, we take pride in ensuring the safety of our customers and workers. Therefore, we are fully licensed and insured in the state of Florida. We also have our workers abide by the OSHA rules and regulations to ensure maximum safety while on the job site to prevent injuries and other accidents.
Tree Removal Questions and Answers: Conclusion
Whether you are looking to remove a tree from your property because it is dead or has become a potential damage risk to your property, we have been servicing the Volusia and Brevard county areas helping hundreds of residents with issues such as these. We take pride in providing the best tree care and services to give you top-quality results and solutions. If you need a tree removed, contact us today to get a FREE estimate!