Pine Tree Removal
Do you have a pine tree on your commercial or residential property that needs to be removed? Sick and/or damaged pine trees that haven’t been properly taken care of require removal to prevent danger risk to you or your property.
Some of the telltale signs that your pine tree needs removal includes: leaning, proximity to home or power lines, excess sap, and discoloured needles. If your tree does not have obvious damage, these are signs of disease in your pine tree. If you notice any of these symptoms, it is crucial that you contact a local arborist to evaluate your tree immediately.
If you are interested in having a pine tree removed, consider getting a risk assessment done first. Not all damaged trees must be removed. They can sometimes be salvaged by trimming, pruning, or the installation of a bracing and cable system.
If you have opted to take pine tree removal into your own hands, there are a few precautions and procedures that you should consider. It is best to remove your pine tree during its dormant season. Before you even get out the chainsaw or safety goggles, you need to clear the area surrounding the tree and ensure that you have proper tools. It is imperative that you plan where the tree is to fall, considering lean, the incline of the land, and locations of structures or power lines.
Before you start making cuts in the tree trunk, remove all of the branches from your pine tree. This will make it easier and more accessible to cut the trunk. You will then make a series of three notch cuts that will dictate the direction that the tree falls. Once you make the final cut, the tree will begin to fall and you need to immediately vacate the area.
If you are unsure of the tree removal process or wish to call in a professional arborist to assess and remove your pine trees, give us a call at Dynamic Arborist. Our team is qualified and experienced in tree removal, and can remove pine trees from your landscape safely and efficiently.