This work consists of removing dead and/or damaged trees that pose a hazard to people, animals, personal property, utilities, and other structures that might be damaged from falling trees. A dead or dying tree is often decaying from the inside out, making it extremely unstable, and sometimes requiring the use of a crane to remove such deadwood.
Dead trees that pose a threat to life or property may be located close to homes,outbuildings and other structures. Assessing tree mortality is an important step in determining the risk to life and property. We look for several signs that indicate a tree may pose a safety hazard. We check to see if a tree has been struck by lightning, has cracks, loose bark, visible cavities, root rot, discoloration, disease or other structural problems.
Based on the layout of your property, we will create the best course of action for your tree removal with as little impact as possible to the surrounding area. Depending on the size of your tree and other factors, the cost of tree removal will vary, however, the cost is nominal when facing safety concerns.
If you have a hazardous tree that needs to be removed call us to schedule a free estimate and let a professional determine the best way to safely remove your tree.