Unexpected events can cause stress and make your plans unworkable. It doesn’t matter how you were affected by the emergency tree removal, the bottom line for you is that you need it done quickly. AAA Tree removal Nassau Service can help you if you have significant damage to your yard and your house due to branches or fallen trees. We’ll help you clean up, remove dangerous or fallen trees, or assist with emergency tarp installations.
Hanging, damaged, or diseased trees can present a danger to your family, neighbours, and property.
Weather Disasters Cause Tree and Branch Damage to Your Property
Storms can cause damage to trees and branches in your yard, whether they are in summer or winter. Trees and branches can be damaged by strong winds, rain, lightning and heavy snow or ice. In the worst cases, fallen branches and trees can cause damage to your vehicle, home, garage, or property.
These are the top causes of tree damage that can lead to severe weather and will need to be dealt with immediately.
Tree damage is most commonly caused by strong winds, such as hurricanes, storms, rainstorms and tornadoes. Wind can twist or uproot trees from the soil. If the tree is weak, it can snap the trunk, which can cause the tree to fall or die.
Flooding and heavy rain can wash away sediment and expose the roots. This weakens the anchor and causes the tree to topple.
The branches can break off due to heavy snowfall or ice buildup. This can lead to the tree splitting or collapsing under heavy snowfall.
Lightning strikes can boil water inside a tree’s cells, peel away the bark, and cause the wood and roots to be charred. Lightning can also cut off branches and split trees in half, causing trees to explode.
It is either ill or looks sick
Trees that are sick or diseased can become weaker and more likely to fall over, creating a safety risk for your family and property.
Tree diseases can spread to neighboring trees, so it is important to get the professionals to help you remove diseased trees quickly. Arborists are able to remove diseased trees safely and minimize the chance of it spreading to other trees.
Trees can be slowly killed by viruses, fungi, or pests. Trees may eventually become unsalvageable. Tree removal is the only solution in these situations.
Common symptoms of tree disease are:
- Dead branches
- Holes in the bark and leaves
- Leaves that are wilted, yellowed, spotted or burned
- Hollow pits
- Dusty white mildew
- Lumpy growths or spherical ones
- Clusters of new shoots
- The branches and roots could threaten the structure of your home
Consider having a branch removed from your home if it is dangerously hanging over your vehicles or your home’s structure.
Tree roots that grow too close by your home can cause damage as well. This could cause serious and expensive damage to your home by lifting patio stones, driveways and walkways.
Your Neighbor’s Home Structure is at Risk from the Branches and Roots
If your tree is hanging over a neighbour’s property, or the roots are growing near their home; it is best to have the tree removed as soon as possible.
They will most likely do the same for your property if they see a tree that threatens to harm it.
You are selling your home
If you are looking to increase curb appeal and property values, take care of the landscaping surrounding your home.
Hire professionals to trim overgrown branches and remove dead or diseased trees. This will improve the appearance of your property and let more natural light in. It will also help to keep nearby trees healthy.
Also, removing dead or damaged trees can open up more space in your yard. This is an advantage for any homeowner.
The Branches are Broken
Broken tree branches can usually be cut with strategic pruning that doesn’t cause harm to the tree’s health. Sometimes, however, missing branches can cause a tree to die.
A tree that loses more than half its branches will not produce enough leaves for the next growing season and will eventually die.
Trees are also at risk of death if they lose their longest and tallest branches, which is known as their leaders. This branch gives trees form, strength, stability, and structure.
The Tree is Leaning
A tree that is leaning may pose a risk depending on its history. It may be safe if it’s been standing for a while and hasn’t fallen in the past. However, a professional arborist should inspect it to ensure that it is safe.
It could be dangerous for the tree to suddenly lean or grow at an extreme angle, or show signs of cracks or uprooting. It will be necessary to remove the tree immediately.