Orlando Tree Removal – How to Tell If A Tree Needs Trimming Or If It Needs To Go
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Trees have offered us shade, food, and shelter since the beginning of time. As wonderful as they are though, they can cause problems and danger, so we must help them stay healthy and strong.
Pruning or trimming trees does far more than just make your trees visually appealing. All vegetation, especially fruit trees and bushes, need to be trimmed to stay healthy and alive. Here are a few ways you can tell if your trees need a pruning. Any broken branches, usually left after a storm, should be cut off – a broken branch is a wound and causes the tree to be exposed to weather and insects where the bark is peeled back. Deadwood is another sign that your tree needs your attention; if a large section is already dead, this could indicate that your tree is sick and will eventually need to be removed.
As a general rule of thumb, if a tree is too dense to see through, it should be pruned and thinned out…dense branches are dangerous as they are more likely to get caught by the wind and cause damage. Branches that have wandered over a building or into telephone lines pose a risk to the building, its residents, and the wires, and should be removed immediately. In a forest, trees normally grow upwards towards the sun, but in an open yard, they tend to expand and grow outwards – if left unattended, their branches can grow so big that they break under their own weight; to avoid damage to the tree or your property, keeping the boughs trimmed back will control their size and weight.
Removing a tree is the last resort, but how do you know if a tree should be cut down? If a tree is entirely dead or is showing signs of rapid deterioration, it should be eliminated. Another sign that a tree should be removed is if the tree is diseased. If a tree is causing an obstruction that cannot be fixed with pruning or is crowding and killing younger, healthier trees, it should go as well. If a tree is pending a threat to buildings, people, or roadways, Orlando tree removal says it must be cut down.
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If a living tree is cut down but the stump remains planted in the ground, there is a good chance the tree will start growing back. Depending on the kind of tree and the condition it is in will determine how quickly it begins to re-sprout. This is why Advance Tree Pros offers stump removal so you do not have to worry about your stumps sprouting.
Every step of the way, we are here to help! We specialize in tree trimming, tree removal, land clearing, grapple truck services, and a recycling center, so you can have the healthy, beautiful environment you want. We also provide a crane service; to get in those hard-to-reach places, and we even replace the trees we remove if you want us to.
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Whether it is removing an overhead limb from above your house, pulling out a stump, reshaping a large shrub, or removing unwanted trees and debris from your land, your safety, and your satisfaction is our greatest priority. With our experienced crew, we have qualified staff for every job; we have ISA certified arborists, and we are 100% insured for all projects. Our goal is to leave your property looking and feeling healthier after our tree removal.
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We are proud to be a locally owned and operated company with free, no-obligation estimates. We even give free, same-day estimates, too. Do not forget to mention ‘Home Experts’ to receive 10% off your next tree cutting service. With our upfront pricing and no hidden fees, you will not be caught off-guard by extra charges. We are professional, courteous and vow to be on time.
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