At Tree Service Statesboro, we love the outdoors. That's why preserving trees is something we hold dear to our hearts. However, there are reasons that make it necessary to cut down trees.
The main reason, of course, is when they become a hazard. This should never be underestimated. Even minor falling branches can cause serious injury or damage to buildings. Let alone what a falling tree can do.
That's why it's so important to have your trees inspected. For the layperson, the signs are often hard to see where action needs to be taken. Our certified arborists, on the other hand, not only have a trained eye, which can pick up on even the smallest signs, but they also perform a variety of tests. This allows them to check the inside of the tree and the roots to see if they are healthy.
In addition, diseases that would weaken the tree in the long term can be detected at an early stage. Many a tree could thus be saved by using the right agents and nutrients before it was too late.
Pests are also detected at an early stage before they can seriously damage the tree and spread to other plants.
As you can see, there are many good reasons to have an inspection performed by our certified arborists. And it's much less expensive than having to cut down a tree.
Sometimes, however, this cannot be avoided. For example, if the tree has become so rotten due to its age that it is in danger of breaking apart or falling over in the next storm.
Sometimes a tree has been planted too close to a building and now that it has grown, its branches threaten to damage the building. Or it may provide too much shade, making the walls damp and encouraging mold growth.
If it can't be avoided and a tree needs to be cut down, you've come to the right place. Not only do we have excellently trained skilled workers, but we also have the necessary machinery. And in all of this, safety first.
A tree should never be underestimated. That is why we also demarcate the area extensively. This is for your safety. If there are utility lines in the immediate vicinity, we contact the responsible parties.
There are two ways to cut down a tree. The first method involves sawing it down piece by piece. This method is most often used in residential areas and on small or tightly built-up lots.
In the second method, the tree is cut down whole. This method is used for timber, in forests or open areas.
After the tree is cut, we can dispose of it for you or chop it into firewood if you wish. Smaller branches we can shred into mulch or dispose of for them.
Last but not least, there is the tree stump. We offer what is called stump grinding as well as tree stump removal. Learn more on our
Stump Grinding page.
Do you want to plant a new tree? We'll be happy to advise you on which trees are right for the Statesboro climate and your property. And, of course, we'll plant it, too.
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