There are times when you want to keep a tree in place, but have no other choice but to have it removed. The tree could be dangerous or even just a nuisance. Here are a few other reasons to consider removing a tree include:
- It’s dead or in the process of dying
- It’s too close to a home or other structure
- It’s dangerous to its surroundings
- It’s no longer a desirable part of the landscape
Regardless of why you want to remove a tree, it’s important to take the right steps in doing so.
Don’t Risk Cutting a Tree Down Yourself
It sounds easy enough to remove a tree – especially a small one – until you find yourself in the middle of the project.
Not only do you have to remove the tree itself, but you must also find a place to dispose of it. And that doesn’t even take into consideration the stump that’s left behind.
Take our word and 20+ years of experience, its almost always more difficult than it sounds. When you add this to potential dangers, such as the tree falling on you or a nearby structure, it’s best to consult with Florida Tree and Ground Maintenance.