Say you need to remove a tree, what options are you taking a look at? There are pretty much three things that you can do. One is to go the lumberjack road on your own. Bring in some saws, and take your anger all out on that tree. If you don’t have the experience to be able to handle this type of job safely, especially when cutting down a very large tree you are going to face multiple problems. The second route sees you hiring someone to cut it down. You are probably going to be facing the same things, except you won’t be doing the work. In the end, even if all goes well you are probably going to be left with a large stump in the middle of your yard. What are we suggesting? You hear us out and go with the third option which is hiring us!
How Tree Service Jackson MS Does Tree Removal
So, real quick, the reason that we criticize trying to cut down a tree with axes and saws is that we have done that before we know how bad it can get. When you are removing a tree you need to have everything planned out. From where the tree is going to land to what you are going to do with the tree when you are done. When we remove or trim a tree we get as low to the ground as possible to cut it down and leave as small of a stump as we can and we make sure that we make cuts that are not going to end with your tree in the middle of the street!
Can You Remove The Tree & Roots
A lot of times people will remove a tree, but leave a stump and all of the roots behind. This is going to bring forth usually more problems than solutions. What we can do is remove the tree then, go in and remove the stump and roots from its original resting place on the ground. In case you were wondering yes, we are going to have to dig!
I Don’t Want A Hue Hole In The Ground
A lot of tree companies will criticize stumps, but the reason that we sometimes leave stumps behind is that people don’t want us digging into their lawn. Sure, your lawn will eventually recover, but we understand that at times that hole in the ground can bring some trouble. Again, what we can do is leave as small of a stump as we can and then keep grinding it out if it continues to grow.
Removing Diseased Trees
A lot of times tree removal is sadly the only option for a tree. Keeping the tree upright and having it fall over after a strong wind can be a lot more dangerous. We, of course, will only reach this conclusion after we have explored other options. If you have a tree that you suspect won’t get through the next storm give us a call so we can take a look at it and provide a good solution!