You’re outside in the backyard enjoying time with your family and notice a tree that’s got some dead branches on it. After checking it out, you determine the tree is dead and needs to come down safely so it doesn’t come down during a storm onto your house or car.
We’re going to share how to cut a tall tree down by yourself and when you should call a professional for some help.
If you’ve been busy cutting down trees, you might have a yard of tree stumps that need to be removed. We’re going to share some different options for the best way to remove a small tree stump from your yard.
You don’t want to just leave those stumps in your yard. Not only does it not look nice, but you can also be attracting insects like termites and wasps that you don’t really want hanging around your yard.
Some of these stump remover methods are easier than others, but all of them will require some time and patience on your part. They can also be dangerous, so be sure to use caution when trying any of them.
Dead or dying trees are at a high risk of falling over due to things like high winds. These dead trees can cause a lot of damage when they fall. When you prune or remove your dead trees, you can prevent them from falling and reduce the damage.
So, how do you know if a tree is dead? If you suspect your tree is dying, there are some signs you can look for and that professional arborists can help you with.
Trees are supposed to provide our homes with shade and beauty. But what happens when their roots start to grow out of control?
Big roots can be a real problem for homeowners. Tree roots can cause damage to your foundation, sidewalks, and other parts of your property. If you have large tree roots on your property, it is important that you get them removed right away.
However, if you are not careful, you could kill your tree along with the roots. We’ll explain the best way to remove big roots from your yard and keep them from causing any more trouble in the future. Or if the job is too big to handle on your own, you can give us a call at David Tree Service.
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