In certain situations, it may be necessary to have a tree removed. This could be for a variety of reasons.
The tree could be:
* located in the path of infrastructure development (e.g., a roadway)
* in poor condition and is in a stage of decline (with or without it being considered a hazard)
* a hazard and removing the entire tree is the best option
* causing an obstruction that is impossible to correct through pruning
* in need of replacing with a more suitable specimen
* diseased or the host to a pest that may spread to adjacent trees
* competing with other trees considered to be more valuable or more important in meeting long-term objectives
* interfering with pedestrian or vehicular traffic.
If you are considering having a tree removed, you may want an arborist’s assistance in the decision-making process. Should removal be the best option, the possibility for damage to the site, adjacent trees, and property always needs to be considered.
Only people who are properly trained in safety issues and procedures for reducing or eliminating potential for damage should remove trees.
Liability is also an issue and, in some cases, a written contract specifying penalties for damage to landscape and infrastructure would be recommended.
Ensure than any vendor you hire has the expertise, tools, and coverage necessary for the job. BC Tree Service has successfully removed trees for 15 years.
We have the experience and equipment to address both small and large sized tree removal requirements.
Don’t take chances when it comes to protecting yourself and your property.