Perry Tree Service | Since 1993
Hazardous Tree Removal
WE ARE AVAILABLE 24/7 FOR STORM DAMAGE & HAZARDOUS TREE REMOVAL
Carrboro, Chapel Hill, Durham, Hillsborough and all surrounding Counties and Towns
It is a good idea to do a thorough walk-thru, preferably with a professional, every year if you have a lot of wooded area on your property. This is a good way to make sure that dead trees and unwanted saplings are caught before they can do damage or grow into an expensive-to-remove tree, respectively. Hazardous trees are not always obvious. Insect infestation takes a trained eye to spot/diagnose. Limb rot can sometimes show only on the tops of branches. If your yard has a large natural area, you may have too much moisture. If you have fungi growing on any part of a tree (especially if it’s a large, mature, deciduous tree) it may need to be climbed for a thorough examination.
What is Hazardous Tree Removal?
The work consists of removing dead and/or damaged trees that pose a hazard to people, animals, personal property, utilities, and other structures that might be damaged from falling trees.
When should trees be removed?
How should trees be removed?
Work should be completed by qualified fallers and/or equipment operators. Inspect the tree prior to falling to identify any hazards such as cracks, mistletoe brooms or deformities in the bole or canopy that can increase the complexity of falling the tree. When cutting hazard trees, you should try to limit soil disturbance and the number of vehicular trips across your land. This will help to minimize erosion and noxious weed introduction. All branches should be cut from the tree and the trunk of tree should lay flat. Call Us for a FREE Quote and Inspection
What happens during an inspection?
- We look for trees over your house or your neighbor’s house(s) or out buildings and play areas.
- Trees with rot anywhere on the trunk.
- Carpenter ants aren’t always
visible. They may be present if you have an unusually large number of
dead or dying branches. This could also be root-rot and/or limb-rot.
- Dying branches with brown
limbs’ leaves. A dead branch will sometimes hold its leaves, even
through winter, when other limbs and trees are shedding theirs. If a
branch or branches on a deciduous (trees that lose their leaves in
Autumn) tree have brown leaves but the rest of the tree is bare, you may
have an infestation and a hazardous tree.
- Hazardous trees aren’t always
obvious. This is one of many good reasons to call Perry
Tree Service to schedule an assessment.
Why Choose Us
Quality Service, Fast and Skilled