CUTTING AND REMOVAL
There are various reasons why you might need to cut down a tree. Here are some common situations where cutting a tree may be necessary.
Hazard trees are those that pose a threat to people, buildings, and surrounding areas due to factors such as disease, damage, poor structure, or proximity to power lines. If left unattended, these trees can fall or drop limbs, causing injury or property damage.
If a tree is dead or dying, it can be a safety hazard as it can fall and cause damage to property or injure people. It's best to remove such trees as soon as possible.
Overgrown or damaged branches can pose a safety risk to people and property. Trimming and pruning can help reduce this risk by removing any branches that may be in danger of falling.
Sometimes, a tree may be removed for purely aesthetic reasons, such as to improve the appearance of a landscape or to create more space in a garden.
A tree that has been damaged in a storm or by other means may be unstable and pose a risk of falling.
In such instances, removing some trees may be necessary to promote healthy growth in the remaining ones.