Best Way to Remove Small Trees

 In Inexpensive Tree Care Blog

Trees add beauty to your property but sometimes they can become damaged or diseased and that means you will need to make a plan to have them removed. It is important to not delay the tree removal process, either, as damaged trees and branches can be dangerous. When our certified arborists remove trees – no matter how big or small they are – will do it with attention to detail. We have the right tools and the proper training to get the job done quickly, efficiently, and safely.

Step #1: Look at the size and location of the tree.

Understanding the tree’s exact location and how its size will affect the removal is the first and one of the most important parts of the tree removal process. We will look closely at surrounding buildings, roads, landscaping, and Fall Leavesutility lines before we start removing it.

Step #2: Know what gear to use.

Removing a tree can be dangerous, even if it’s a small one. We have a variety of gear that is made specifically for tree removal. It’s important to have the right eye protection, an appropriate size ladder, ropes, chainsaws, and more. We are trained to use tree removal equipment to ensure that the people and the structures or landscaping around the area are kept safe and protected.

Step #3: Know where to start.

Most of the time, trees should have their branches moved one by one starting at the lowest limb, as this will control where the cut branches will fall. Knowing where it will fall means we can help prevent potential damage.

Removing a tree is not a job that should be tackled by an inexperienced homeowner. This could cause harm to your home, surrounding homes, or your landscaping. Stay safe by hiring trained, professional tree experts at Inexpensive Tree Care. This will ensure that the job is done right and completed with the utmost care and attention to detail. Contact us today for information on your tree removal project.

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