Posted July 12, 2014 by Liberty Tree Team
We remove trees for all kinds of reasons. If you’ve got a tree on your Philadelphia property that you’re thinking about removing, give us a call and schedule a free consultation right away. We’ll walk you through the process and find a solution that works for you. Here are a few of the most common reasons Philadelphia residents remove trees from their properties:
- Major Landscaping work that would require the tree being removed
- A tree that Has Suffered Storm Damage
- Declining Tree Health
- Roots of Trees Causing Threats to Sidewalks, Driveways, or Foundations
- Cracks on the Main Trunks of Trees
- Tree leaning in the Wrong Direction
- Construction Work That Will Require the Tree Being Removed
Adding in a swimming pool, koi pond, or some other addition that requires more space? You may wind up having to remove a tree or two before moving forward. Luckily, our team of certified arborists can take care of the tree removal and our expert landscapers and hardscapers can make sure your property is in the best shape for getting started with whatever project will take up the newly freed-up space.
Philadelphia is no stranger to damaging storms. Whether it’s a winter blizzard or a summer wind storm, the trees in our communities are subjected to all kinds of weather that can weaken and damage them over time. If you have a tree on your property that has been damaged or is especially vulnerable to being damaged, it’s a good idea to speak with a trained professional as soon as possible to diagnose the situation.
If you suspect a tree on your property is sick or declining in health, you need to speak with an expert. Our staff is certified by the International Society of Arboriculture. That means we’re able to diagnose a variety of problems trees face, particularly in the Philadelphia area. Often times, we are capable of treating sick trees and bringing them back to a healthy state. If not, we have the tools and know-how to fill remove the tree.
The tree you see above the ground is only part of its incredible story. Underground, a vast network of roots seeks water wherever it can be found. Often times, this search for water leads roots to damage building foundations, sidewalks, driveways, and more. Often the only solution to this is to move or remove the problem tree.
A crack in the main trunk of a tree is a sign of structural weakness and can lead to further damage and disease and can lead to a dangerous situation. If you have a tree on your property that’s cracked in its main trunk it’s time to talk to a professional about having it removed before the situation worsens.
Trees can develop leans over time for a variety of reasons. Whether they’re seeking sunshine, being pushed by heavy winds, or loosing grip on loose ground, the results can be dangerous. If you have a tree that’s leaning towards a structure or towards and area that could pore a danger, you need to consider having it removed. Our arborists will be able to tell you why the tree is leaning and look for potential solutions before removing it altogether.
Adding a new addition or a guest house to your property? We’ll remove any trees that may be in the way and leave the space ready for the new project. Our team ov experts can remove any tree and leave a minimal footprint behind.
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If you have a tree that fits one or more of the characteristics above, call Liberty Tree Care today and schedule a free consultation. Our experts live in Philadelphia and the surrounding communities and we’re familiar with the various obstacles and concerns of fellow residents.