Tree Risk Consulting from Chapingo Tree Care
Monitoring Trees: Watch for Signs of Declined Health and Risk
Despite the best tree care and preservation efforts, some trees might still decline their health be lost to construction damage. Symptoms of decline include smaller and fewer leaves, dieback in the crown of the tree, and premature fall color and defoliation, especially during or post-construction sites.
Stressed trees are more susceptible to being attacked by certain diseases and pests. Severe damage and decline may also lead to defects and decay. Consult with one of our Arborists for a professional assessment if you are concerned with your tree’s health or structural integrity.
When the time comes to bid farewell to a tree, whether due to disease, decay, or safety concerns, it can be a complex and costly endeavor. Entrust this task to the expert Arborists at Chapingo Tree Care, who excel in the safe and efficient removal of trees, safeguarding your property's structural integrity.
Reasons For Tree Removal
Tree removal is the last option, however, in some situations, it is the safest practice. Despite the best tree care and preservation efforts, some trees might still be at a level of risk that pruning will not help. In those circumstances, the tree must be removed.
Trees Get Stressed Too!
Stressed trees are more susceptible to being attacked by certain diseases and pests. Severe damage and decline may also lead to defects and decay.
Signs To Watch For
- broken parts
- heavily leaning stems
- no leaves in the Summer
- dead or dying areas
- competing stems
Consult with one of our Arborists for a professional assessment if you are concerned with your tree’s health or structural integrity.
Severe weather conditions can have a long-lasting impact on your property and trees in the surrounding landscape. High winds and heavy rains can break trees and soften soils. Lightning strikes can cause wood to split and bark to explode. During storm conditions, the failure of part or all, of a tree may cause significant damage to personal property, structures, or utility systems.
In case of a lightning strike to your trees event, can follow the steps to handle the situation safely by putting yourself and your family in a safe area, assessing the damages, taking safety precautions, and contacting our friendly staff to book an estimate with one of our Arborist whom can help to identify the risk and make a plan with the homeowner to find the best solution to the situation.
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