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When To Remove
Deciding whether or not to remove a tree can be difficult, especially where safety is concerned. Reasons for removal can include wanting an improved view, opening up a landscape, or eliminating unhealthy or unsightly trees. Another crucial reason is safety.
Removing hazardous trees is an essential part of protecting and preserving your property and family. In determining the risk of any given tree, it is important to ask two questions:
- What is the condition of the tree?
- What is the target and its value if the tree falls?
For instance, if you have a massive tree with a decayed trunk towering over your bedroom, then removal is the only option. Other hazards include leaning trees, trees with dead limbs, and trees located near power lines. If you are uncertain as to the safety of a tree, our Tree Risk Assessment qualified Arborists are here to help you decide what should stay, what should go, and how to proceed if a removal is necessary. Learn more about our Removal Precision.