There are many situations in which removing a tree in Spring Hill becomes necessary, especially when a tree becomes a danger to people or property. Other times, trees may be healthy, but a renovation or other construction project needs them to be removed. And even though your trees look nice, they may pose a hazard to human-made structures, putting your home and family in harm’s way.
If the tree is growing too close to power lines, or the root system may begin to damage your home’s foundation or underground utilities.
Most commonly, however, it is because the tree is showing signs of disease or is dying of natural causes. Many symptoms of tree diseases and invasive pests are evident, but only when the tree is too far gone to save. This is especially true when the problem area is beneath the bark or underground where the roots are. It isn’t until the tree begins to wither and fall that homeowners recognize that there is a problem.
Signs a Tree May Be Dying
There are many signs that your tree could be sick or dying. It’s our experience that most homeowners know their trees better than anyone, especially if they remain active in cultivating their yard. If you see any of the signs mentioned above, or if your tree appears to simply not “look quite right,” it’s best to err on the safe side and have us inspect it for problems.
Taking a wait and see approach could allow the disease to spread to other trees or even compromise the structural integrity of the tree. Trees are often no less fragile than smaller plants, and if they have a condition that needs professional treatment, they probably won’t recover on their own. Before long, the only option is to cut them down and remove them.
Spring Hill Tree Specialists pride ourselves on developing long-lasting relationships with our customers. We are always upfront and educate you on the pros and cons of removing the tree. We strive always to do what’s best for your trees.
Call Spring Hill Tree Specialists at 352-340-2324, or fill out our convenient form for your free estimate or pricing questions. We are here to help with all of your tree servicing needs.