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Often times after especially powerful storms or unexpected cracking in the tree due to disease or death of the tree, limbs or even the main trunk of the tree become dangers to people and properties. This is an especially important task for professional tree removal services and one that our team excels at achieving. To ascend an already damaged or dying tree can be unpredictable and requires years of experience to successfully pull off. We highly recommend you call us for these projects instead of doing them yourself due to the hazardous nature of the situation.
Tree care work in general is hazardous, but tree removal is especially dangerous. Successfully felling a tree requires knowledge of tree physics, biology, dangerous tools, advanced cutting techniques, and more. Homeowners who attempt their own tree removal may be injured by falling limbs, malfunctioning equipment, or the tree itself.
Working near power lines is risky, and you should always assume that the wires are live. If you, your tools, or the tree hits a power line, you may knock out the power in your neighborhood – if you’re lucky. Most likely, you will be electrocuted. Another myth homeowners may believe about power lines is that the black coating on them is insulation. This is not true. The black coating on power lines is weather-proofing for the metal cable. You can still get electrocuted through the weather-proofing.
Cutting down trees can be dangerous, especially if it is not done by an experienced tree cutter or logger. Many home or property owners will eventually have to remove a nuisance or dead tree from their property before it can damage their home or become unsightly. It is important to recognize the dangers of cutting down trees to take preventative safety precautions.
Proximity to power lines
It is extremely common that a tree becomes a danger to power lines close to it. The limbs of these trees can present an immediate issue during storms or high winds, collapsing onto the power lines and bringing them down to the ground where they can transform into deadly hazards for people living in the area. These challenges are some of the most important problems that homeowners face when it comes to deciding to have a tree removed. It is best to tackle the problem before it starts and have our tree removal company come out to fell the tree.
Dead or dying trees
When a tree begins to die or is already dead it loses its structural integrity as decay and rot take place inside of the trunk and the heavy branches. Even moderately powerful winds can split and knock these trees over onto people and property nearby. When hurricane season comes it is especially dangerous, as the weaker limbs can become projectiles in the powerful winds. Pests can also begin to infest the tree and hasten its collapse, not to mention that these pests can become a menace to homeowners who live nearby.
It may not seem like a pressing issue for emergency tree removal but the disease can infect a tree and leap to other host trees in the area, spreading far and wide before a homeowner even knows what is happening. Diseased trees will eventually become weak and liable to collapse during storms or high winds, necessitating their removal. You must absolutely maintain vigilance when it comes to the health of your trees and mustn’t hesitate to call our tree removal company to come out and halt the spread of the infection before it leaps onto other properties and forests.
Storm damaged trees
This is something that we in Florida are all too familiar with. Typically trees are well anchored to the soil by their root systems and are never in danger of being blown away by the winds, but their weaker limbs eventually snap from the pressure of gale-force winds and become dangerous projectiles. Trees can also split down the middle and eventually collapse due to infection and disease that infiltrates the opened wounds caused by the storm. It is better to have our emergency tree removal specialists come out and fell the damaged tree before it causes any harm to people or property.