Sometimes getting rid of trees can be an unpleasant experience. Tress can hold a sentimental value, they can offer privacy, and they can provide shade. Even though parting with a tree can be an upsetting experience, there are reasons why you should remove trees from your property.
If a tree is damaged, infected, or dead, it poses a threat to your safety. In the event of a storm or harsh winds, these trees can fall and cause serious destruction. It’s best to be safe, rather than sorry in these situations. If you suspect a tree on your property is unhealthy, call an expert to evaluate the tree.
2. Structural preservation
If a tree is growing too close to a home, this can cause structural damage to the home. The roots of a tree can obstruct the foundation, which can be dangerous and costly to repair. Additionally, if a tree’s branches grow too close to a home, this can create an easy path for animals to gain access to the roof.
3. Excess moisture
Trees can provide shade on hot days, but they can also provide excess moisture in your yard. If a tree in your yard is causing the surrounding area to become moist, mildew may form. This can rot your porch or patio area.
Landscaping can help your house feel more like a home. While trees are nature’s natural decoration, they may not match your property’s landscape design. If a tree doesn’t add to your home’s pleasing appearance, you might want to get rid of it.
5. Practical reasons
There are a lot of practical reasons as to why you may want to remove a tree from your property. For example, you may be interested in building a pool, patio, or driveway where a tree currently sits. You may also want to remove a tree because its leaves are clogging your gutters. If you want to add structures to your property or you are having a hard time maintaining a tree in your hard, removal is a sensible option.
If you need to remove a tree in your yard for any of these reasons, reach out to Lamb Tree Care Service in Sarasota today by calling us at 941-377-3333!