Complete or proportionate tree removal can be necessary for many different reasons. As they grow, trees may become too large for the areas where they were initially planted, begin to encroach on buildings or other property both topside or underground, or be extracted in order to clear land for another type of project. In addition, dead trees which are at risk of falling and becoming hosts for pests or parasites, need to also be given appropriate consideration for removal. While these are all obvious reasons to perform such an act, other situations - disease, storm damage, etc. - may also propel a once healthy tree into removal status.
The entire extraction process can be a dangerous task and should not be attempted without appropriate professional assistance. Proper equipment, training, and safety measures need to all be adhered in order to make the removal process a smooth transition. Leftover debris cleanup and complete stump removal are also considerations every property owner needs to address when considering having just one or multiple trees removed from their location.