Here in Cincinnati, we love our trees. From Deer Park to Walnut Hills to English Woods to Cedar Grove, we enjoy the canopy of arbor that decorates this beautiful part of the country.
And while many varieties of trees thrive in the Tri-State – from spruces and oaks to pines and beeches – sometimes these trees need to go.
Having a risk assessment can show you what the issues may be with your trees. If one or more in your yard is diseased beyond repair, or damaged, you may need to cut it back at the very least. You also may need to remove it entirely, and remove the stump that it leaves behind. Contacting a tree removal service like Tree Images is the surest way to make sure the job is done cleanly, safely, and efficiently. You do not want to make mistakes in tree removal, as those mistakes can be expensive and damaging to your property.
Tree Removal Means Much More Than Just Cutting It Down
Given the presence of power lines, cable lines, transformers, and other sources of danger on your property, it is serious business making sure your yard is secure.
Arborists can assess the safety and stability of certain trees, as well as their relative health. A professional tree removal service company like Tree Images has arborists on staff to ensure that the decisions they make are the right ones.
Knowing how to read a tree takes years to master. Dead branches, cavities in the trunk, and mushrooms at the trunk are often telling signs, but there are many more subtle markers – branches having fine twigs that lack living buds. Cracks in the trunk. Peeling bark or chipped bark.
Taking Out a Tree Can Help the Rest of the Yard
When you take a tree out, it means you are re-allocating the natural resources that tree was using. Sunlight and rainwater are the two primary assets that your yard can offer. If a tree gets removed, all of that sunlight is now available for your grass, your garden, your shrubs, and any other trees.
The flora and fauna in any yard is always doing a dance. The root systems are working together, but the above-ground growth is fighting it out for resources. The tree that gets the most sunlight and the most moisture will prevail.
Removal of a tree is always bittersweet. But in some ways, the tree is getting recycled. Its wood and leaves are ground into mulch, and used to feed other plant life. The circle of life among the greenery continues.
If you have any concerns about the health and safety of your trees, give us a call at 513.528.4167 to schedule a risk assessment. You do not want to let ailing trees go unchecked. Those arbor diseases can spread to the rest of your yard, and in the meantime, an unstable tree could topple into your house, garage, or fence.