Commercial Tree Removal

What Causes Trees to Need a Commercial Tree Removal Service

In the Greater Metro Houston area, our trees can benefit or suffer from our subtropical climate. Our hot and humid summers and unstable winters can produce conditions that threaten the life of our trees. We can get hit with conditions like high winds, torrential rain, lightning, sleet and rain, snow, tornadoes and hurricanes. All of these weather events can cause trees to sustain significant damage. In addition, the high humidity offers a warm environment for pests to eat away at the structure of a tree.

Benefits of Hiring a Pro for a Commercial Tree Removal Project

Unfortunately, there are times when you just have to bite the bullet and remove a tree on your property. The tree may obstruct your view, or if damaged, can cause harm to people and pets, destroy structures on your property and also on your neighbors land. Damaged and diseased trees can fall on buildings and other structures and parking lots where cars are parked. They can take out power or cable lines and start a fire. If this happens, the power company can charge you for the damage.

Tree removal and disposal is a complicated and dangerous task and it is not something you want to take on yourself. Because of our subtropical weather, trees in the Houston area grow tall and attain a majesty that adds to the value of your commercial property. They can be giants that can weigh from 1,000 pounds to several tons. The weight varies according to height, diameter, density, volume, type of hardwood or softwood and whether it has leaves or not. A pine tree that is 50 feet tall can weigh around 1800 pounds, while a very large oak or pecan tree can weigh around 20,000 pounds.

Once a tree becomes diseased or damaged, you face the dilemma of safely removing an object that could weigh a ton or more. This is like moving a rhinoceros or a polar bear. The massive weight is incredible and you should never think about doing this on your own. Always hire a professional. Our arborist team members are experienced and highly-capable of doing this job safely with no damage to your property.

If you try to do this yourself and you damage anything while in the process of removal and disposal, your insurance may not cover your claim because you are not licensed to remove a tree. It is far too complicated and dangerous for any unqualified person to be cutting down and removing a tree.

Benefits of Hiring Trained Arborists at Tree Solutions of Texas for Tree Removal Services

If you have a sick tree on your commercial property, we will determine the safest technique to take it down without damaging anything on your property or to property adjoining your lot. Tree Solutions of Texas is bonded and insured. This protects you and your property.

Our expert team at Tree Solutions of Texas provides you safe and skilled services while removing and disposing of trees that have become too damaged to save. As arborists, our team of professionals are trained and equipped to handle the many issues that may arise when removing a tree. Our employees will always wear protective gear to keep them safe from harm during the entire project. We take precautions, use a vast inventory of proper equipment and processes to precisely cut down the tree, section by section in a safe and timely fashion.

Our Tree Removal Debris Cleanup and Disposal Services

Our team will not only safely cut down your tree, but also be meticulous in the clean up so it looks like we were never there. We leave no imprint behind. The only thing you will notice is that the tree is gone.

Signs That a Tree May Need to be Removed

You can examine your trees for the following signs that they may need to be removed:

  • Visible signs of damage such as dead branches and dead sections of the tree
  • Large holes, cavities or long cracks in the trunk
  • Weak areas where the branches meet the trunk
  • Titling or leaning and making it off-balanced
  • Loss of leaves and a lot of debris on the ground
  • Branches rubbing together or intertwined
  • Part of the tree is already on the ground
  • Rotting, decaying or exposed roots
  • Too close to buildings and other structures, pedestrian sidewalks and utility lines
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