In some situations, tree removal is absolutely necessary for the safety of anyone nearby. Our depth of knowledge in tree removal shows that we are a quality tree removal company. We can easily assess situations and let you know if your tree is in danger of causing damage. Also, there are ways that you can determine if you need tree service. Below are several ways that you can test the health of your tree:
5 Signs That You Need Emergency Tree Removal
Sometimes when a tree is hollow inside, it may need removed. This is because hollow trees are sometimes a sign of decay within a tree. In some instances, you can see the hollowness through a hole or opening on the side of the tree. In other cases, if you tap on the tree, you can hear the hollowness. If you're unsure, or want an opinion on whether or not it should be removed to prevent danger, give us a call.
2. Absence of Leaves
A tree that is devoid of leaves throughout the year may be cause for concern. Although no leaves could be a sign of budding issues, it is also a symptom for a diseased tree. Trees that are without leaves are cause for concern, as a tree uses photosynthesis through leaves to get its "food". Therefore, if a tree doesn't grow leaves, it can't feed itself and grow. And a tree that can't grow is most likely dead, or in the process of dying.
3. Branches That Are Dead
Dead branches may be concerning, as it is also a symptom of a diseased tree. Often, it goes hand-in-hand with fungus accumulation on the foundation of one of your trees. Fallen, diseased branches can also lead to the spread of diseases to other trees. Have us come take a look to determine if your tree is at risk of disease and spreading it.
4. Questionable Bark Wellness
Tree bark can often help people figure out overall wellness. If you have a tree trunk that has significant splits, then that may denote the need for prompt tree removal service. You should take the time to meticulously assess all of the bark that's present on your trees. People frequently refer to these assessments as "scratch tests." Remove a tiny bit of bark from the trunk of your tree. If you notice anything that seems dehydrated and brownish, then there is a strong chance that the tree may be dead. If you notice anything that's green, on the other hand, the tree has not died yet.
5. Other Emergency Issues
Weather often is a culprit in the death or damage of trees. Heavy wind, rain, and snow can all cause even large branches to break, which could cause damage. Additionally, all of those forces of nature can even uproot a tree entirely. Even if the result is a leaning tree, you should have it removed as a preventative measure to the tree falling.