There are few plants or other living beings that can compare to a tree’s spectacular natural beauty. Trees (and other plants) provide a variety of health advantages, including reduced blood pressure, improved focus and concentration, and improved relaxation. Because they are the largest plants on the planet, it seems reasonable that humans would want to be near them… until they become a threat. That’s when you’ll need to hire a tree removal professional. If you would like to learn more about this, please check out Eddie’s Bronx Tree Removal
A tree that is leaning, decaying, or growing onto power lines or other potentially hazardous areas may suddenly go from a peaceful giant to a terrible headache. You are no longer suffering from low blood pressure! An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure in this scenario, since a tree falling on your house will almost surely cause thousands of dollars in damage. So you do all you can to resolve the matter before it becomes a major issue: you hire tree removal professionals.
When Do You Have To Cut Down A Tree?
Every season has its own set of tree-falling apprehensions. Winter brings snow-covered branches that may break and fall, and spring’s windstorms may send many a widowmaker down. Summer is termite season’s peak, and autumn is when trees that have been plagued by a disease or pest since spring begin to come down, as they prepare for winter’s dormancy and ‘pull back’ their internal resources from diseased limbs.
Of course, even if a tree is still alive and well, it may still bring difficulties. You have a problem if your tree’s limbs are growing directly over your house, growing into a road, or growing into power lines or on-pole transformers. That’s when you hire tree removal professionals to remove only the branches that are threatening your safety, rather than the entire tree.
Isn’t this a do-it-yourself project?
Let’s be honest: if you’re dealing with low branches that you can safely prune yourself or small young trees that you can take down without endangering anything you care about, go ahead. However, if you need to get higher than the third-to-last step of a ladder, or if you have a small tree that could fall on your shed or home, don’t take the chance. Insurance and bonding are two very good reasons for this.
At least in this case, insurance means that if we come out and cut down your tree and injure ourselves while doing so, we’re covered. We have specialised insurance for people who work in dangerous environments like this. You’re probably not covered by your health insurance if you do something stupid like climb a tree with a running chainsaw.
We’re bonded, which means that if we come out and cut down your tree and have a catastrophe that forces us to drop the tree directly onto your house, we’ll pay for it. Guess what happens if you do the same thing on your own? You are the one who must pay. That alone makes hiring a tree removal professional well worth it.