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Say Goodbye to Your Tree: It's Time To Remove It

Feb 16

Say Goodbye to Your Tree: It's Time To Remove It

 

Because trees provide so much beauty and benefit to the region, it might be hard to let them go. Untrained eyes may not see that a tree appears to be healthy.

 

Tree removal is often the last resort when no other options for safe management are available. Trees that are dangerous, dead, or dying can cause serious injury and damage to the environment. Tree removal in Kansas City Missouri is not always dangerous until a storm or heavy snow exposes its weaknesses.

 

You, the tree owner, are responsible for any harm or damage caused by trees that were not removed. It is possible to identify trouble by simply looking at the tree's trunk, roots, branches, and position.

 

These are the red flags that indicate your tree should be evaluated and possibly removed by a professional.

 

  • If ..., it's time for an arborist.

 

Infection is present. Your tree may have symptoms such as crown dieback, bark cracks, and distorted or discolored foliage. Unwelcome pests may be visible in the tree's appearance, such as emerging holes, feeding galleries, and woodpeckers eating heavily on it.

 

You can see huge, dead branches in the crown of the tree. These branches are often called widow-makers, as they can easily fall without warning and cause serious injury to those below. It is best to remove any tree that has more than 50% of its trunk dead or damaged.

 

  • Ask an arborist how to hire an arborist.

 

Your tree isn’t thriving. Compare the health and vigor of your tree to those of the surrounding trees. A tree's health can be determined by its lack of growth, thin leaves, or discolored foliage. To diagnose the problem, a professional may be necessary.

 

It has been proven that root flaws can be found. Root problems can be difficult to spot, but shifting soil or fungi growing near the tree's base are indicators.



  • A tree trunk is where a mushroom family can grow.

 

The trunk is in poor condition. Cracks or breaks in the trunk of the tree, large wounds, and dead branch stubs are all signs of internal degradation. Many people don't realize that trees can survive for many years even with internal decay. While some trees are able to withstand internal decay and survive for a while it is possible for others to succumb. Trees with multiple trunks (also called "leaders") could develop structural problems in the future.

 

The interior of the tree is hollow. A tree with a hollow trunk is dangerous because it has been severely damaged. If the tree is hollow or rotting on the inside, it must be removed from the ground.

 

The tree is now leaning. Leaning trees can be dangerous. However, it is possible for a tree to suddenly lean to one side.

 

Trees are too close to a house or other structure. Trees too close to structures or hanging over roofs may need to be removed or pruned. It is best to keep large trees at least 20 feet from any house or structure.



  • The Appropriate Tree in the Appropriate Place

 

It may not be necessary to remove a tree if it is located in a forest area or is far from structures and people. These trees may be home to woodpeckers or other wildlife as a sanctuary and home.

 

Although some tree deaths are not predictable, it is comforting to know that most can be prevented by taking preventative measures. Now is a good time to assess trees before the worst of the winter storms or heavy snowfall. If you notice any of these indicators, contact a professional as tree removal is often dangerous for homeowners and property owners.

 

Tree Trimmers Kansas City

1503 N 5th St, Kansas City, KS 66101, USA

(913) 382 8880