Sometimes, tree removal will be a necessary process for both commercial and residential landscapes. Trees that are dead, dying, diseased, or physically damaged can be very unsafe and hazardous, in which case complete tree removal will really be the only realistic option for you.
Folsom Tree Service will always carefully and thoroughly assess the condition of the tree or trees on your property to determine if removal is necessary, and if so, which trees need to be removed. We can also make recommendations for tree replanting as well. Call today to get rid of a tree on your property at (916) 260-2937.
When Should You Remove A Tree?
There are several scenarios where a tree will need to be removed. The first is if it is crowded with several other trees. Selectively removing trees in this manner will provide enough space for the remaining trees to thrive. Allowing too many trees to grow in too compact of a space can result in major issues.
Another time it will be necessary to remove a tree is if it is dead, dying, heavily diseased, or has suffered severe physical damage, such as form a storm.
Another time it will be necessary for tree removal as well is if there are any construction projects going on that necessitates landscape changes.
Stump Removal and Grinding
After a tree is removed, you will likely need to turn to either stump removal or stump grinding as well, both of which we offer as well. Stump removal is where the entire stump is removed, including the roots, whereas stump grinding means that the stump is simply ground down into a size that is set to your specifications, and can be either above ground or below ground.
Stump grinding is often done over stump removal because it is both cheaper and cleaner for the environment as well.
Site Evaluation For Preventing Future Tree Removal
Obviously tree removal is rarely if ever something that we want to do, and rather is only something that we do when it’s necessary such as in the circumstances described above.
In order to limit the chances of tree removal in the future, you can have your site evaluated by the professionals at Folsom Tree Service to assess the land and see if planting trees means that removal may be needed in the future. This will also help decide if the tree can be expected to survive over the long term, and you will save a lot of money and time in the expenses and hassles of tree removal if it is determined that planting a tree would not be the wisest ideas.
Remember, removing a dead tree can be very expensive, especially if heavy equipment has to be used. This is why spending the money up front on a site evaluation can help avoid the much larger costs that would be incurred from removing the sick or dying tree a few years down the road.
If you buy new land for your home or or any other project, having it evaluated to determine how suitable it will be for planting trees will be a wise move. (916) 260-2937