Tree removal is always a tough decision and the choice can be emotional. We understand that trees on your property are important and often a part of the family. Unfortunately, there are times when trees can become extreme safety hazards, are dead or dying, storm damaged or become too old and risky. If you’re concerned with the safety of one of your trees read on to find out and see if it’s time for you to consider complete tree removal.
- DAMAGED TRUNK MEANS DYING TREE
If the tree on your property is old, diseased, and/or dying, the bark will not grow back leading to a damaged and weak trunk. A significantly damaged trunk or a bare trunk are two signs the tree is reaching the end of its lifeline. Without a sturdy trunk, a tree is a potential hazard to property and life.
- DO YOU NOTICE ROOT DAMAGE?
Root damage is a major warning sign of a dying tree and you can check that by seeing if the tree has begun to lean. Another red flag to see are sprouting branches from the base of the tree, which indicate the tree is under a great deal of stress.
- WEAK JOINTS
The specific point where the branches are attached to the tree trunk can go weak and are a sure shot sign of major tree sickness. Weak joints mean weak branches which can be a safety hazard and fall off the anytime damaging property or causing injury to residents or pets on the property.
- PEST ATTACK
A dead tree is a pest manet and can attract rats, mold, termites and other pests on your property. It will not be long before the pests migrate from the tree to your home and infiltrate the entire place causing a great deal of stress and health issues.
If the tree on your property is dying/or dead it can be visually unappealing. Dead, ugly trees do not exactly make your property look appealing and may adversely impact your property’s resale value.
- RISKY TREES
Another reason you might want to consider have a tree professionally removed is if it is a potential risk and growing under or into powerlines. Such a tree would need regular thinning or complete removal for peace of mind and permanent solution. You should never attempt DIY tree removal as it can very dangerous and labour-intensive apart from being expensive and time-consuming.
- DEAD BRANCHES
If there are many large dead branches in your tree, they can be dangerous and potentially cause harm to your home or your neighbour’s property (if it’s growing too close to the fence). Get tree trimming or tree pruning experts to safely take care of dead branches and keep your tree looking healthy and thriving.
- STORM DAMAGE EMERGENCY ADELAIDE TREE REMOVAL
Bad weather such as harsh storm, heavy rains or even strong winds can cause old and decaying trees to uproot easily causing severe damages. It is vital to execute safe tree removal after storm damage.
LOOKING AFTER YOUR TREES WITH SA TREE RECYCLERS
Tree removal is something you should only have done by a professional and experienced tree removal service. Now that you understand how to identify a dead or dying, dangerously growing trees and hazardous trees in your yard, it is time to reach out to an Adelaide tree removal professional to safely remove the tree and restoring your peace of mind. SA Tree Recyclers crew of tree experts specialise in any kind of large or small tree removal, from residential to commercial properties. We have an in-depth knowledge of each council and their tree requirements and can assist you with council compliance for your next tree removal.