Tree Removal Tips

Tree removal tips

If you love trees, you can simply grow beautiful trees in your yard and enjoy them. You will, however, need to take care of your trees so that they look beautiful and thrive the way they are supposed. Tree removal will be an important part of taking care of your trees and once in a while, you may need to remove;

  • Dead trees
  • Unhealthy Trees
  • Trees that have been damaged by a storm
  • Trees that are growing too close to your house or those with roots that are encroaching on your house or other structures in your yard
  • Trees that are leaning dangerously toward your house
  • Trees that are blocking your views

It is important to take note, however, that tree removal is a dangerous undertaking, needing specialized equipment and highly trained professionals. Attempting tree removal without the right expertise could result in injury, loss of life or property damage because the tree could fall on you, on another person or on anything by mistake. Tree owners are therefore advised not to attempt tree removal by themselves without proper knowledge of what they are doing, but involve a trained tree service professional instead. If you are confident in your skills, however, here are a few safety tips we would like to share with you to prevent accidents and injuries as you undertake tree removal by yourself.




1.  Inspect the Tree before Beginning

Tree removal should be your last resort whenever you detect a problem with a tree. It is because some problems can be easily solved without necessarily cutting down the tree. Sometimes you only need to cut away a limb or to remove the crown to restore the tree. Therefore inspect the tree thoroughly before starting to determine if the problem with it can be fixed without tree removal. If you can’t seem to make a proper diagnosis, just call experts, like Tree Removal Smyrna, to help out.

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2.  Always Have Your Protective Equipment On While Working

Never start a project before wearing the right protective gear. You should always cover your eyes and head with goggles and helmets respectively before beginning. Wear ear plugs and safety gloves to protect your ears and hands respectively. Also, be sure to put on strong work boots to provide adequate protection to your feet before starting. You’ll also need an adequate chainsaw for the job. If you don’t know what kind of chainsaw you need, you can check out our chainsaw guide.


3.  Never Attempt Tree Removal If In Doubt!

If you are not confident in your tree removal skills, let an expert do the job for you. Tree removal is a dangerous undertaking with no room for mistakes.

Every city is home to a number of tree service contractors that cater to tree owners. Some of the contractors are not reliable though, hence you should not hire just anybody claiming to be a tree expert. If you are not confident in your capabilities, there is no need to put your life or the lives of others at risk by attempting tree removal. Simply hire a reliable tree removal service near you to get the job done in a safe and skillful manner.

By |2018-02-13T15:32:22+00:00February 3rd, 2018|General tips|4 Comments

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4 Comments

  1. Duncan Lance October 17, 2018 at 1:00 am

    I agree with the article when it says to let an expert handle the removal if you’re not confident. After all, removing a tree can be incredibly dangerous and is definitely not a safe process. Because of this it helps to hire an experience contractor that knows how to handle the removal safely.

  2. Sutton Turner September 24, 2018 at 3:20 pm

    I am glad you said to inspect trees before starting the removal process. I want to remove a tree in my yard that is dying. Thanks for the tips on tree removal.

  3. Chris S. Martin May 5, 2018 at 5:16 am

    Hiring somebody who has this relatable knowledge has made all the difference in our trees. Some types of trees are so complex you really need somebody who knows what they’re doing while trimming. Our trees not only need to be cut during dormancy but not too close to the trunk as well!

  4. Sam Solo February 10, 2018 at 12:04 am

    I like your tip about covering your eyes and head with protective gear. Tree branches can fall at any moment and sometimes be fatal. I’ll have to just hire someone who cuts trees professionally so that it can be done safely.

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