Making the decision to remove a tree from your property, can be a difficult one, and the results are permanent.
We love trees, and likely you do too, but we understand that when the potential damages a tree could cause to your home outweigh the value it adds to your property, a decision needs to be made about whether or not the tree should be removed.
All factors should be considered before making the commitment to change the profile of your landscape permanently.
The first thing to consider: Is this tree a hazard to my home or family?
If the answer is yes, we'll get started on a plan to safely remove the tree from your property. If not, let us help you evaluate the pros and cons for complete tree removal.
Everyone has different goals, and ideas for how they want their property to look, whatever you say goes, we just want to ensure you are making as informed a decision as possible.
When should I remove my tree?
It can be very difficult for an untrained person to determine if a tree needs to be removed or not. We also would not recommend attempting removal of the tree without a licensed professional. The potential negatives of self-service far outweigh the potential benefits of a successful removal. We suggest giving us, or a local arborist in your area (if you are not local) a call, most will give free consultations and estimates.
Reasons for tree removal:
Failing Health: Much like ourselves, trees can also become sick, and susceptible to disease if they are not properly cared for. If you suspect a pest or fungal infestation, or if leaves start dropping off of your branches before it is seasonally acceptable, do not hesitate to give us a call to come assess the situation properly.
Bad Location: If a particular tree has been planted too close to structures or city infrastructure on your land, or there are two or more trees competing for space, tree removal may be the best option in the long run, but sometimes that can be avoided with a proper trimming. As always, give a local professional a call to evaluate the situation before making your final decision.
Maintenance Burdens: Routine tree maintenance is necessary to ensure the health of your trees. If it has been a while since any maintenance has been done, or the costs of maintenance outweigh the joy brought to you by the tree, it may be time to consider a removal. Please consult with us before you jump to conclusions though, as there are circumstances where we can reduce the financial burden of the tree for you, without a complete removal.
These are just a few examples of why you may want to remove a tree from your property. There are many other, but whatever your concerns, give us a call for a second opinion, and we will help you evaluate your options.
Contact Billings stump removal and tree service today for a free consultation. Whatever your tree care needs are, our experts can walk you through your best options to get your trees looking their best, and maintaining their integrity.