When properly cared for and maintained, trees increase property value and provide us with one of our most beautiful landscape features. They shade us from the sun, clean the air we breathe, provide us with privacy, and keep us connected to mother nature.
Unfortunately, many trees have been planted in unsuitable locations with inadequate room for growth of the canopy and roots. This or several other factors can cause a tree to enter a state of decline often resulting in a hazardous tree that can pose a threat to people and property. Sometimes, there are no suitable methods for preserving the tree in which case removal of the tree is required. A dead or dying tree poses an immediate danger to people and property and should be addressed as soon as possible. Waiting until your tree is completely dead increases the danger associated with the removal of the tree and often costs more to remove.