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Need a tree on your property removed? It can be dangerous work to attempt taking it down yourself without the proper tools, equipment and training. We get the job done fast and effectively! Our employees are professionally licensed and well trained. They will ensure that we remove your tree safely and with no damage to your property.

Trees can cause a lot of damage to your property, your house and much of the surrounding are and structure. If a tree is dead or dying, it should be removed immediately so that it does not fall and cause harm to your property or home. In South Eastern Michigan we get a lot of thunderstorms and most homes have large trees on their lots that are beautiful. These trees may be hard to part with because they add privacy to your home or much needed shade, but it is important to make sure that they are not threatening your home or your family.

How to tell if a tree needs to be removed?

Losing bark and branches.

When a tree is losing bark, it becomes very likely to break inn that spot because it is much weaker than the rest of the tree. Losing branches is a sign that it is unhealthy and is trying to make itself smaller so that the tree can maintain itself.

Cracks or holes in the tree trunk.

If a tree has deep cracks in its truck it will obviously be weaker in that spot. It is very dangerous though because it is a sure sign that the tree is about to fall over and has lost most of its support in from the trunk.

A leaning trunk.

This is a sure sign that the tree is losing stability and support from its root system and that it may soon fall over or is dying.

Leaves falling from the outside in.

When leaves fall from the outer branches and work their way in towards the trunk it is a sign that there is an issue with the root system, and it can no longer provide its outer structures with enough supporting nutrients.

Fungus and mushrooms growing around it.

A sure sign that a tree is decaying is the presence of mushrooms and fungus on or around it. The fungus is feeding on the dead and decaying portions of the tree. This decay is often unseen on the outside of the tree, but fungus is a tell tail sign.