In many situations, tree removal is unfortunately necessary. Tree removal is warranted when trees are dead, dying, diseased, hazardous or non-native and threatening the health of other natives. Other reasons for tree removal include selective thinning, conflict with landscape and poor location. If you are unsure about your tree’s condition, it is best to consult an arborist before making a decision.
Tree removals is necessary when there is a dead or dying trees or those that have become hazardous. Removals can also be useful in eliminating competition for light and space so that the outstanding plants are completely able to grow. Sometimes trees may be removed to allow for new construction, home additions and to provide clearances with those structures.
We are as Houston Tree removal specialists perform this one of the most hazardous arboriculture services. Often, tree workers must remove trees growing in confined spaces near houses, utility lines, and other sensitive areas. That's why tree removal requires expertise to successfully perform this task. We also provide thorough clean up of debris and strive to minimize the impact to surrounding vegetation.
Valerio's Tree Service & more provides Stump Grinding in Houston. As part of the tree removal process, the stump will typically be left as close to the ground as possible. But If needed, removal of the stump can be done too. It can be challenging and special machinery is required, but it may be needed if the stump is a hazard in the landscape or simply an ugliness. Stump grinding by an expert is the easiest and safest way to manage with this work.
Tree Removal Safety Guide
One of the first major dangers associated with tree removal are the tools. Chainsaws, wood chippers, and other power or hand tools required for tree removal can be dangerous. With even the smallest distraction, a chainsaw or ax can inflict serious damage to hands, legs or arms in just a second. This will then lead to financial damage in terms of hospital costs and recovery. Tree service professional use the tools every single day on the job with proper clothing and still get hurt. If someone has no previous experience using the tools, they run the risk of serious harm.
During the tree removal process, experts follow a procedure that gets the tree down in the safest way possible for them and the homeowner. They will view the felling zone, leaving plenty of room for the fall, cut a notch into the tree and place a wedge there on the falling side to help with direction. While cutting, they will be aware of any kickback limbs that could put them in danger of falling or injury. Then they will drop the tree using a rope to guide it down into the yard, where no one is in danger of getting hurt as well as keeping the tree away from power lines to avoid electrocution or blackouts. They will remove limbs on the outside and then work in to keep it from being a problem when they will lift it later. If the limbs are not cut close to the tree, they could put out someone’s eye or cause other injuries to personnel. Then they will cut the tree down into smaller pieces and haul it away.