Trees pepper our outdoor environments in a beautiful way – they make our yards and parks more enjoyable to be in, and at Doug’s Tree Care and Services, we have a deep love for trees. Of course, that doesn’t mean there aren’t times where tree removal becomes necessary, and in those cases, our experienced arborist teams have you covered. There are a multitude of reasons that a tree might need to be removed, and we’re able to handle this kind of work safely and efficiently. If you believe that one of your trees might need to be removed, get in touch with our customer service team or read on below for more information.
Dismantling or Felling
When it comes to tree removals, there are largely two strategies that we can employ to get the tree away from your property – tree felling and tree dismantling. Tree felling involves cutting the tree down ‘as is’, without removing sections beforehand. This is suitable for many situations where the tree is in an open space, and there’s no likelihood of it causing any damage on the way down. The other provision our tree surgeon teams provide, dismantling, is where you bring a tree down in sections. This is usually necessary to protect the safety and wellbeing of either people or properties. While it is a more laborious way of carrying out this work, there are certainly times where it is absolutely necessary.
Experience and Expertise
This kind of work is highly hazardous, and the potential for personal injury is significant for those carrying it out if they don’t have the proper training or equipment. At Doug’s Tree Care and Services, we have top of the range power tools and the deep wells of knowledge to wield them, so you don’t need to be concerned about the safety of our professional arborists. We’ll carry out the work in a careful fashion, with no chance of collateral damage. This is not the time to try and do it yourself – trust in a professional operation.
We don’t relish the prospect of bringing down a tree, given our love for these natural wonders – but there are certain conditions that make it the prudent course of action to take. If a tree is dead, diseased, or structurally imbalanced, there’s a good chance that it is going to fall – and the potential for harm to you and your property is not insignificant if that happens. We can make expert assessments and evaluations of your tree to determine whether a removal is necessary before taking any action.
Defending Your Assets
Of course, it is just the prospect of your tree falling that could make you want to see it removed. Another common reason that trees need to removed is so that they don’t encroach on properties or utilities. Invading trees can upset your foundations or attack your exterior walls, and this will lead to expensive repairs that might have been prevented if you had taken proactive action.