Dead trees: Dead trees are dangerous and should be removed immediately. Dead trees will drop branches and are more susceptible to falling in a storm. Thus, they pose a threat to your property and personal well-being. Tree removal in Groton, CT, can prevent this.
Dying trees: Dying trees can often be cured through root collar excavation, soil management, pest and disease control, and other tree care services. But in the event that this is not possible, it is better to remove the tree sooner rather than later.
Heavily damaged trees: A tree with heavy damage may be at risk of dying. If it cannot be healed, the damaged tree should be cut down.
Hazardous trees: Leans, hollow spots, and weak root bases are just a few of the indicators of a potentially hazardous tree. Such trees should be carefully evaluated by one of our experts. If you have a tree that truly poses a threat that cannot be mitigated except through tree removal, it should be cut down.
Trees in the wrong location: Trees that are too close to houses and other structures, or certain species of trees planted in the wrong location, are all candidates for removal. Trees of this nature pose threats during hurricanes, strong thunderstorms, and during ice and snow accumulation. They can also cause damage to foundations, lift sidewalks or driveways, lead to mildew on siding, rub paint off structures, clog gutters with leaves, provide a path for squirrels to get into your home or business, and much more.