We know that you love your trees, but there are times when nothing can be done to save one. In this case, removal is necessary. With removing trees, it’s important for them to be taken out safely and properly. We use the industry’s best practices along with advanced equipment to remove trees effectively. Our tree service in North Carolina is affordable, and it’s important to us to provide high-quality service that fast and friendly.
When is it time to get rid of a tree? The best time to have a tree removed is before it can cause damage. Often, we have trees in our yards for so long that it’s tough to imagine what our yards would look like without them. Trees are pretty. They provide shade and attract wildlife. Trees also make a nice rustling sound when the wind blows in NC, but sometimes, a tree becomes too old or decayed to remain. When you leave a dead or dying tree in your yard, then it can be more harmful than good. It’s important to remove a dead or dying tree as soon as you notice that it’s in a failing state. If you delay doing so, then it will become more dangerous to remove it.
Along with being removed when dead or dying, trees should also be taken out when they’ve been damaged during a storm, are growing too close to a structure or leaning in a dangerous direction such as toward your home. Every now and then, people remove trees to obtain a specific landscaping design or to build another structure or even add to an existing one on their West Asheville property.
Depending on the problem with your tree, we may be able to save it. Our emergency tree service includes treating sick trees. Some tree cures involve cutting out parts of an infected tree or administering fungicidal injections. These treatments are more effective when infections are spotted in their early stages. Other cures require soil compress or hypovirulence transfer. These treatments must be done by a tree professional.
Antibiotic sprays made from streptomycin or terramycin can be sprayed over trees affected by fire blight while fungicides like triadimefon and propiconazole are helpful against powdery mildew, which will show up like white patches all over your tree. Sudden oak death can be treated by spraying phosphonate over the surface. It can work as quickly as five weeks.
When it comes to saving trees, keep in mind that winters in the United States are often severe and long, causing your trees to become overly dry. You may be able to increase their durability with a solution of fertilizer and water. Make sure that your trees are getting enough water because under watering them frequently results in their death. Also, don’t operate your lawn mower close to the exposed roots of your trees. Doing so can cause permanent damage.
We hire and train tree care professionals in NC, ones who have an in depth understanding of the different tree species. This information ensures that they can care for them under various circumstances. Our tree care professionals are trained to remove trees in the safest and most efficient possible ways. Professionals will bring the right removal equipment to eliminate branches without harming anyone.
Our experts will be able to inspect the tree that is concerning you to determine whether removal is required or if it can be saved. The age of the tree, location and health will be considered. We know the best removal techniques and how to cut the tree so that it doesn’t fall onto your home or another structure on your property. Before taking any steps, we’ll first discuss the best course of action with you.
When it comes to removing trees, emergencies sometimes arise. To make sure that you get the help you need when you need it, we offer tree service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We’ll be able to send a professional out following a storm or before a major one is scheduled to arrive. Regardless of your reason for needing to remove your tree in North Carolina, we can help. Give us a call to schedule an appointment.