Tree Removal Colorado
Deciding to remove a tree can be a difficult choice for many homeowners. For this reason, it is typically decided to do so only after all other options have been considered, discussed, and determined that removal is the best course of action for your property. Diseased, damaged, and dead trees can be a significant liability for your home and property. Removing a tree is a highly technical skill that requires qualified arborists who are trained in a variety of rigging scenarios and rigging forces, safe work practices and communication, and being able to identify all hazards both in the tree and on the ground. When you hire Alpine Arbor LLC you can feel confident you’re getting all of the above, our I.S.A. Certified Arborists are TRAQ (Qualified Tree Risk Assessor), and EHAP (Electrical Hazard Awareness Program) certified as well, to ensure we’re giving you an accurate assessment of your tree’s health and structural integrity, and all surrounding hazards the tree may pose a risk too. Removing a tree, especially large ones, requires specialized equipment and tools geared for the tree industry, we use only the best to ensure your job gets done safely and efficiently.
Thinking about removing a tree? Here are some signs you can look for that may indicate it is time:
- Cracks in the trunk and bark peeling or flaking off.
- Heaving soil at the base of the tree.
- Decay producing fungi, mushrooms, growing at the base of the tree, throughout the root zone, or on the trunk itself.
- Cavities in the trunk and large branches, this opens the tree to the spread of decay.
- Dead branches in the upper crown of the canopy.
Unsure if you want to remove your tree but still have concerns? There may be other options such as Tree Pruning/Trimming