Trees add lush beauty to your landscape. Dead or dying trees, however, are an eyesore as well as a safety hazard, requiring tree removal. Here are some effective ways to remove dead trees.
Trim the Branches
The first and easiest thing to do is to cut off the branches. This makes it easier to remove the tree. Because this endeavor is inherently risky, however, we suggest hiring tree removal experts like us to perform tree service. At Dayton Tree Service, we can effectively and safely get rid of dead trees, from the branches down to the stumps, and prepare the reclaimed land for any project.
After cutting down a tree, you still have the issue of removing the base from the roots. You can effectively remove roots either by manual or artificial decaying. Manual uprooting requires you to use chemicals and poison to kill off the roots, making it easier to pluck them out.
If you want to use artificial decaying, you need to speed up the process of decomposition using grass clippings and other yard waste. Continue piling on decomposing materials around the root and stump and eventually they will eat through them all.
We provide many forms of tree service, such as tree trimming, stump grinding, land clearing and even tree inspection. Contact us at (937) 329-9988 to learn more. We serve homeowners in Centerville and Beavercreek, OH.