Healthy trees add lush beauty to your yard. But unhealthy trees? These create a hazard that needs to be addressed promptly, not just for the sake of your home’s curb appeal, but for the safety of you and your family as well. As the area’s top tree service provider, we explain everything you need to know about tree removal in today’s post.
In this first installment of our two-part blog, we’ll tackle the reasons you should remove dead trees from your property.
Dead Trees Are Havens for Pests
If a tree is dying or dead, it creates a rich haven for wildlife to nest. Birds, rodents, insects or other pests will turn it into a breeding ground. Termites, in particular, love to attack dead trees, and can even use the tree as a means to gain access to your home.
Tree Diseases Are Often Contagious
Nearby plants can get infected by dying or dead trees. Without a swift and professional removal procedure by your local tree service provider, you run the risk of letting the disease spread across your lawn, potentially ruining your costly landscaping work, and possibly even affecting your neighbors’ too.
Dead Trees Diminish Curb Appeal
Dead trees are unattractive. There’s simply no way of going around it. All the money you spend on landscaping will be for naught if you leave dead trees in your front yard.
Dead Trees Can Be Hazardous
Dead trees lose their sturdiness and elasticity, so branches may fall under pressure from high winds and storms, or simply due to gravity. The trunk itself might collapse and cause injury or damage to property.
Don’t let dead trees lower your home’s value or compromise your safety. Make sure to give them due attention to prevent these problems. In our next installment, we’ll discuss how you can tell if it’s time to remove a tree.
Dayton Tree Service has all your tree removal needs covered. We’ve steadily built a reputation for reliability and innovation in the services we provide. You can depend on us for tree trimming, removal, stump grinding, land clearing and many more critical services. We proudly serve multiple Beavercreek and Centerville, OH. Call us now at (937) 481-4522 for a free estimate.