Hazardous Tree Removal
Hazardous tree removal is a staple of any tree surgeon or service. A tree becomes hazardous when it is in danger of falling in a public space or onto a home, where it can cause damage. Modern Tree Surgery is here to help you discern whether the tree is an imminent danger, or if it can be saved with proper pruning techniques.
If removal is the only answer, our professional team is available for your needs.
Please understand that a tree is not considered “hazardous” if it is not in immediate danger of falling on either people or property.
What to Consider
Depending on the size of the tree in question, there are many factors that you’ll need to consider. As aforementioned, if there is a possibility to save the tree- that will be our first option. Our education and experience will help us discern whether or not the tree in question can be saved.
We recommend looking into this option as a first step because we truly care about the life and longevity of your tree.
If there is no other option but to remove the tree, there are several things that need to be considered:
- The proximity of the tree to buildings and walkways
- Landscape elements
- Environmental impact
- Property damages
- Electrical hazards
These will, of course, be taken into consideration by our team, ensuring that the one thing you won’t have to worry about is the quality of work and a job done safely and of benefit to all concerned, including the tree!
Questions and Considerations
In instances such as these, questions come with the territory. There are a few that you should ask yourself before Modern Tree Surgery takes on the tree removal task. Some of these include:
- Are there dead branches?
- What’s the tree’s history?
- Is the tree very vigorous?
- Are there signs of decay?
- Are any of the roots severed?
- Is the tree dead, or dying?
- Are there branches crossing or rubbing?
- Are there signs of infestation or disease?
If the answer to one or more of these is yes, you’re going to need at least one of our professional services to get the issue resolved.
Contacting Modern Tree Surgery
Finding the best in the tree surgery business doesn’t have to be a headache. If you are in need of professional hazardous tree removal services in Forsyth, Davie, Davidson, or Yadkin counties, we’re the people to call! Contact us today for more information or a consultation at: 336.998.5087.
Address: 796 Joe Cecil Rd. Lexington, North Carolina 27292
Phone: (336) 998-5087
Business Hours: 8 am - 6 pm M-F