Tree removal is a significantly technical process that requires highly trained, qualified professionals, like those at Rivendell Tree Experts.
Why Remove Trees? Trees have many benefits, but in urban environments they can sometimes present liabilities and safety risks. If a tree's stability is compromised by defect, root disorders, or significant decay, it should be removed. Trees that are impacting buildings, structure foundations, roads, driveways, or utilities should be removed to prevent increased damage.
When Should You Remove A Tree? If you’re wondering when you should get rid of an old tree, take note of these signs:
Insects and Odd Growths – Seeing unknown fungi, plants or insects on your tree could be an indication of an infected or dying plant.
Hollowed Trunk –A hollowed trunkcould undermine the tree’s structural stability and become a fall hazard.
Falling Branches – During high winds, you can expect trees to shed some small branches naturally. However, if your tree is shedding more branches than other neighboring trees, it should be checked.
Leaf Scorch – This is a bacterial infection characterized by yellow and red lines around the leaves. These infected trees should be removed as soon as possible.
Lehi Tree Removal Alternatives:
In some cases, removal can be avoided through a number of mitigation options. For example, cabling and bracing to create artificial support. Consult your Rivendell arborist for recommendations.
Removing a tree can be tricky, and you want to be sure that your loved ones and property stay safe during this procedure. When you need reliable tree removal services in Utah County, count on Rivendell Tree Experts. Contact us to schedule a consultation.