Tree service prices are based on the scope of work. In order to determine price someone has to come out to do an assessment to identify several things such as tree size, tree type, number of trees, accessibility, what permits are needed, etc. This isn't to charge you more money. The consultant may have a way to save a tree from being removed which could save you money but cannot determine that without seeing the project.
If the base is cracked or rotted, if the tree is dead, if it is infested with insects or disease, or if the tree is leaning towards your home or too much in general. Over grown trees can be hazardous near your home. These are some of the reasons to have a tree removed.
It depends on our schedule and need of the service. We do provide emergency tree services due to weather events, however, if it isn't an emergency we will get to it asap, which we work around your schedule to make it easier for you.
The disadvantages of cutting trees on your property depend on the situation but it can raise or lower the temperature of your home, it can affect drainage of rainwater causing it to pool and cause areas of mud or grass not to grow, and if your home is near a busy street, cutting trees down will allow more noise to reach your home.
Crowning or crown lifting is when you trim or remove the tree's lower branches from the trunk to raise the canopy. This can be used to give the homeowner a better view, allow others to see your beautiful home, give vehicles clearance, etc.
The 5 D's of trimming the canopy of a tree or any part are to trim them if they are: Dead, Dying, Damaged, or Diseased.
There is a common law right to trim or cut back any parts of a tree or bush that has grown onto your property. Laws restricting you from trimming or cutting down specific types of trees still apply.
How far should you keep trees away from your house?To get the most useful shade on the house at a practical distance, place the tree 15 to 20 feet from the house. Small trees may be planted closer than 15 feet, but large trees should be planted 20 feet or more away from the house.
Permits are needed to remove, destroy, or trim a tree on the city, state, or county-owned property, no matter what the reasoning. You also are required to get a permit to cut down any tree that is 6 inches or greater in diameter or chest height on your property.
This will kill the roots with heat by allowing the boiling water to absorb deep within the roots.
Hiring a licensed and insured arborist is important because they have the experience and expertise in how to properly care for your trees. A skilled arborist can consult you and make recommendations on the best care for your trees and property value.
Different weather events can cause tree hazards by setting up an environment that puts strain on trees limbs, trunks, or roots such as rain, wind, snow, drought, flooding, ice, or a strike of lightning. Compact soil can cause the roots of a tree to suffocate and become weak, leaving the tree vulnerable to toppling over. Disease, insect infestations, and fungus can all also affect the tree's stability to remain standing or keep limbs from falling.
Depending on what types of trees you have on your property, trees typically should be trimmed a few times per year.
Tree stumps can be an eye sore and also be in the way of things you may want to do on your property. They also provide a place for pests like termites to find a home that can spread to your house.
Our expert team of arborists and tree climbers is tree removal and land clearing specialists. We will help you with any of your tree services needs in Kennesaw, Marietta, Alpharetta, Cumming, Oak Grove, Acworth, Milton, Johns Creek, Willow, Creek, Dallas, East Cobb, Sandy Springs, Mountain Park, Canton, Buckhead, Westfield, Dunwoody, Woodstock, Brookhaven, Sandy Plains, Roswell, Atlanta, Clarkdale, Wildwood, Powder Springs, Vinings, Hiram, and Smyrna.
3859 Nowlin Road, Kennesaw, Georgia 30144, United States
3859 Nowlin Rd. Kennesaw, GA 30144
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