You love your trees. They provide shade, beauty and character to your home and yard. The last thing you want is to cut down a treasured tree that doesn't need to be removed. But a sick tree can be a danger to both your house and your family. Case in point: In Dec. 2017 a snow storm hit Georgia pretty hard. In the Kennesaw area at a neighborhood called Legacy Park a woman went to take pictures of the wonderful snow fall on the trees in the park. Unfortunately, due to lack of tree maintenance in the park a large tree fell on the woman breaking her back.
If you do have a sick tree and want it removed, call a reputable insured company like QRF Tree Services offering custom removal services that match your needs and budget. We have the technology and expertise to determine if your tree can be saved, or if it has to go. Even if the tree can be saved, it's important to prune dead, diseased or damaged branches promptly. Not only can diseased branches cause further problems with the tree, a large falling branch can cause considerable damage in its own right.
If you suspect that one of your trees is sick or damaged, check to see if it displays any of the following indicators of a tree in trouble: