Tree Removal Services In Asheville, North Carolina
With years of experience cutting down dangerous trees, you can always count on Family Tree Services for safe and hazard-free tree removal. Our tree workers are equipped with state of the art equipment, modern tools, and consistently trained with the latest procedures designed to keep everyone completely safe. We only do things one way: The right way! Our workers follow training guidelines for tree removal set by the highest standards of the industry.
Saving Your Tree
Many of our customers don’t want to part ways with the tree(s) on their property. As nature lovers we completely understand and consistently do everything we can to promote the good health of trees and plants alike. Although you may initially request a tree removal, our team will take a look at the tree to determine whether it can be savable or not. In unique circumstances, the structure is not damaged enough to the point where we have to remove a tree. This is a great feeling because it means that we can provide you with options to keep your tree in place and increase it’s structural integrity, making it far less of a hazard than it has ever been.
Majority of Reasons Behind Realistic Tree Removal
In most cases, trees really do need to be removed because they are a liability or hazard to the property they reside on, or the people that walk close to them. The Main Reasons trees need to be removed include:
- The 3 D’s (Tree is dead, diseased or dying)
- It has outgrown it’s zone area
- Structure severely damaged by storm weather
- It’s hanging in an unnatural manner in one direction
- New Construction
- Open Cavities In Trunk
- Roots are disrupting walk-way areas
In any case, no matter the size of the tree, we will make sure it is removed safely and efficiently. Did we mention that we also provide 24 hour, 7 day emergency tree removal services? This is very effective when you’re the unfortunate recipient of a tree that has fallen in your driveway blocking access to your cars. You can call us anytime and we’ll be there for you.
Hazardous Tree Inspections In Asheville, NC
Sometimes as a property owner, you just want the peace of mind of knowing that the trees currently planted on your property aren’t in danger of falling in the event of bad weather. Family Tree Services offers hazard tree inspections to homeowners as well as commercial property owners in Asheville, NC and Buncombe County. Our team will visit your property and conduct a thorough evaluation of all the trees that are planted detailing any weaknesses we happen to find. Some of the things we look for include exposed roots, tree disease, cracks in the trunk and much more. We’ll list the trees in an easy to read manner and even give you an on-site tour to show you exactly what was found. Once this is done, our team will give you their recommendations for tree repair or liability reductions. We also commonly provide those with this service when they are either interested in buying or selling their property. A healthy tree makes for a healthy real estate value!
Tree Structure Strengthening & Protection In Asheville, NC
One of the most overlooked, yet important components of your tree is it’s structure. Structure is something developed over years and years of growth. It’s only when a tree is either damaged in a storm or uncared for that it will require some form of structural protection or enhancement. With this, Family Tree Services specializes in a procedure known as cabling and bracing. In many scenarios, when a home or property owner is adamant about maintaining the presence of a specific tree on their property, we will suggest cabling and bracing.
Cabling and bracing are two of the most common forms of structural support for trees in need. What we’ll do is install cables high up in you’re tree at least 2/3 opposite the defective crown. The rods will be installed far lower either above or below the crown defect. The three major reasons you’d want cabling and bracing installed include:
Prevention: Reduction of the chances that your tree will fall.
Restoration: Provides a boost in structural support your tree has either never had or hasn’t had in years.
Mitigation: Loss in liability over the tree potentially being a hazard to people or property.