Tree Removal Bath

If you suspect that the trees around your home or commercial plot are developing problems, the best solution to the problem is to have the tree removed. However, many homeowners do not wish to have trees removed unnecessarily and experience difficulty in determining when a tree should actually be removed.

When there are dying trees present in unpopulated areas, it is common practice to let them wither away without human intervention. However, when there is a dying tree near your home or building, the best way to combat the problem is to have it removed as soon as possible.

Here are a few aspects that can help you determine whether you need a tree removal service:

  1. Health of the Tree

Most professionals begin their examination by determining how healthy a tree is. The rule of thumb is that if 50% of the tree has already been damaged, then it may be a good idea to have it removed entirely. Damaged trees tend to cause problems for property since they experience limited growth or an unsightly appearance.

  1. Trunk Damage

There are certain things that determine the health of a tree trunk. This includes cracks, seams, dead branches, or internal decay that can indicate whether the tree is suffering from trunk damage. Once there is permanent damage to the tree trunk, it is difficult for it to recover properly. If the professionals conclude that the damaged area is more than 25% of the tree trunk, then tree removal is essential.

  1. Hollowness of the Tree

Even if a tree is hollow on the inside, it could continue to live for years in your garden. This can be attributed to the fact that the xylem and phloem of the tree are situated on the outer surface of the tree trunk, allowing it to continue surviving despite having a hollow trunk. However, when a tree has a hollow trunk, it is difficult for it to maintain strength against harsh weather conditions. If you want to avoid the situation of having a fallen tree in your garden, then it is important to have your trees inspected regularly and remove any trees that are already hollow or rotten on the inside.

  1. Dead Branches

When trees grow large in size, they tend to have broken or dead branches. If only a small proportion of  a tree is dead, then it may be possible to simply cut off the dead branches and allow it to regrow over time. However, if a tree is already old and experiencing constant dead branches, then it may be a good precaution to have it removed before it develops greater problems.

Call to Action

Once you determine that a tree in your vicinity has a problem, it is time to call the professionals. Holroyd Tree Services Ltd are one of the best tree service providers in the areas of Bristol and Somerset. If you are looking for the best tree removal Bath, then Holroyd Tree Services can help you with thorough inspection and complete removal of the tree within an affordable price range.

Large felling before

Large felling in progress

Large felling in progress

Large felling in progress

Commercial tree felling before

Commercial tree felling in progress

Commercial tree felling in progress

Commercial tree felling in progress