In spite of the fact that we do everything in our power to save and maintain trees in the hopes of extending their vitality, there are numerous circumstances that necessitate the removal of trees in our local community. Instances such as the dead or dying trees, the trees creating serious threats to people or property, or the tree having been irrationally planted. Give us a call if you'd like a consultation, and one of our arborists will meet with you to discuss the best way to proceed with professional, safe, and effective tree removal.
Tree Removal Inspections
To begin the process of removing a tree, contact Marty's Tree Removal and Pruning for a thorough inspection by one of our skilled and experienced arborists. Sometimes referred to as a "tree doctor," An arborist is a specialist in tree care, and we are extremely proud to boast with some of the best in the business. If you see that your tree is not in healthy condition our arborist will perform an evaluation of the tree and provide you with recommendations based on our findings. Trimming trees rather than cutting them down is always our preferred approach, but in severe cases of danger or damaged trees we would recommend complete removal.
Major Reasons for Complete Tee Removal
It is in everyone's best interest to remove a tree as soon as it is discovered to be either dead or in the process of dying. The health of the tree can slip through the cracks, making removal more difficult and pricy. For instance, if our team discovers that a tree is infected, has died, has been compromised by weather, or slopes in a negative direction, we may recommend having the tree removed completely. A further scenario in which tree removal might be required is one in which the tree's root system is obstructing surrounding infrastructure, such as power lines or other buildings. The longer you wait, the greater the risk the tree poses to you and your family, as well as the greater the risk of injury to yourself when you try to cut it down.
Our Removal Process in Short
There are several ways to get rid of trees, but safety should always come first. When removing a tree from your property, our arborists take into account a wide range of factors. Expert measurements of many criteria, including your tree's height, are calculated to determine which side it will fall. Once the fall area has been thoroughly cleaned by our highly trained staff, any potential harm can be avoided. Our team uses ropes, cables, climbers, and in extreme cases, an aerial lift bucket to guide your tree so that it falls safely inside the determined fall safe area.
Uprooting and Transferring Trees
Tree removal by way of uprooting is quite challenging. If the procedure for uprooting the tree is not properly conducted, it could lead to the destruction of property and the loss of employees. However, uprooting has the advantage that the tree can be placed in a different spot. In our experience, a large number of trees are in good health, and uprooting them out of the ground is a viable option for saving the tree. When a tree is uprooted or transferred, the goal is to transport it to a new facility. Because it preserves the life of the tree, it is considered the best method of tree removal. Because of this, the tree may be safely removed from the neighborhood while simultaneously saving its life. It's a frequent approach when we are contracted for construction site removal and we prefer avoiding the wasteful loss of trees.