Why Should You Remove Your Tree?

Many reasons may require the removal of trees. Trees could need to be moved, or they may be dying. The trees may be growing too close to buildings or power lines. They could also have fallen due to storm damage.

Insects and diseases can affect trees. When these trees die, they can be unsightly or pose safety hazards.

Trees may be removed for a variety of reasons from residential and commercial properties in St. Pete & Clearwater.

Dead or dying trees are a safety concern for family members, customers and friends.

A tree can die from a disease. The tree will eventually die or turn dead. The dead branches could snap off and fall on the ground below, creating a safety hazard for those who live nearby.

Dead branches are prone to damage vehicles and power lines. Dead trees can pose even more safety risks, especially when they are located near homes or businesses. Dead trees can fall onto a building and injure family members, customers, or friends.

Before they cause injury or harm to others, it is best to remove dead or dying trees.

The diseased trees can spread the disease to other trees on your property through water or air

Water and air can spread many types of tree and plant diseases.

As soon as you notice symptoms, it’s important to remove the trees. It’s important to remove any diseased trees as soon as they show symptoms.

Trees are growing too close to buildings, power lines, or sustained storm damage

Sometimes, as trees grow, their branches may reach too near to buildings or homes. These branches can be cut away from the building. It is sometimes impossible to stop the growth of a tree. The tree should be completely removed.

Branches that grow too near utility wires could pose a safety risk. The damage caused by a tree branch snapping a powerline can be more serious. It can lead to electrocution and a powerline that is dead on the ground. It is best to remove or trim back any branches that are growing close to power lines.

In our part of Florida, we see a lot rain. This includes tropical storms, hurricanes and thunderstorms. These storms may cause serious damage to the trees in our region. Trees that have been damaged beyond repair must be removed.

The installation of a new landscaping bed or construction may require the removal or relocation of trees.

The owner of a property may have to remove trees in order to construct a new building. It will be easier for the property owner to build the structure after the stump is removed.

It may also be necessary to remove a tree when installing a new landscape bed, depending on the design of the landscaping or the plants that are being used. The existing tree may not match the design of the landscape.

This post was written by a professional arborist at   www.arborwisetreeservices.com. Robert Miller is the owner of Arbor Wise Professional Tree Care, a locally owned and operated tree service company that offers superb lawn care by the most experienced Arborists. Arborwise Tree Services is a tree removal company that offers stump removal, tree pruning, stump grinding, fertilization, and tree restoration. We have an extraordinary lawn care industry notoriety covering the Pinellas county area.