When and how to remove a tree.

There are many reasons why a tree needs to be removed. Most of the reasons can be found in this article, however, it is always better to consult with a specialist before removing a tree. There are many tree removal companies which carry a professional arborist whose only job is to determine if there are any other options, other than to remove the tree – make sure you hire one.

Dying or dead trees.

Cropped shot of logger slicing tree with chainsawDead trees are considered very dangerous and they have to be removed immediately. Be aware, if your tree falls on someones property or, even worse, causes personal injury, you can be held liable. Remove any dead or dying trees in order to avoid cases of “willful neglect”!

If you’re not sure whether your tree needs to be removed or not, hire a professional tree removal contractor and ask them for guidance. Some companies offer tree care services and they have the knowledge and experience to salvage your tree. You may want to hire such a contractor before you remove your tree – there is a good chance you can save it.

Landscape or home construction.

In some cases, there is no other option but to remove the tree. For instance, if you want to build a driveway and your tree is in the way, or you plan to build a home addition and one of your trees is too close to the foundation – you may have to remove the tree before any construction project starts. Keep in mind, always hire a licensed and insured tree removal service provider. You never know when something can go wrong during the tree removal process, so you better be covered and protected.

Hazard trees.

Heavy storms can damage a tree beyond salvation, so you must hire a professional contractor to remove your tree before it creates any property damage. Cut Rite Forestry is one of the best tree service providers in Flagstaff AZ. They are licensed and insured, carry all the necessary equipment and use some of the latest tools in tree removal. Call (928) 853-9812 and have them inspect your trees.

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