What are Dangerous Trees?
Over time, trees can become dangerous for a number of different reasons. High winds and storms can cause irreparable damage, leaving trees partially or fully blown over, or with hazardous branches. When this is the case, the best course of action is often to completely remove the tree so it is no longer causing a hazard. Trees can also be a danger if a disease or fungi has left them rotten or their structure has been compromised. Dead branches that are left on a tree can present a hazard as they could fall during high winds. When a tree is suffering from disease, our priority would be to remove the dead or diseased branches through dead wooding or pollarding. This would eliminate the need for the tree to be cut down completely, while also encouraging new, healthy growth. Sometimes trees can simply become too large for their surroundings and start to overhang roads or properties, presenting a danger to the public. By using one of our pruning techniques we would be able to easily solve this problem, allowing the tree to continue to grow without causing any obstructions.