Tree removal is often thought of as the last resort, but often trees must be removed for healthier landscape plantings and for safety. Some trees may need to be removed if they are located too close to structures, causing roof damage, siding damage or risk of injury to pedestrians. Dying or decaying trees that can’t recover may be classed as hazardous and should be removed.
Safety first! Tree removal can be hazardous to both people and nearby structures like buildings, homes and utility lines, and should only be attempted by skilled and trained professionals. So, don’t wait for that large limb hanging over your roof to fall, call the tree experts at Southern Botanical today!
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