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TREE REMOVAL

Safe and Professional Tree Removal Services You Can Trust

Deciding to remove a tree in Texas can be a challenging choice. However, when trimming and pruning are no longer viable solutions, it becomes necessary to remove the tree for safety reasons. Leander Tree Care is here to ensure the safest and most efficient tree removal process. Our highly skilled experts possess the necessary tools, knowledge, and experience to handle trees of any size, without causing damage to surrounding structures.

While some trees in remote areas can be left to die and fall naturally, dead or dying trees near residential or commercial properties pose an immediate threat to nearby structures, lives, and neighbors. If more than 50% of a tree is damaged or dying, removal is the recommended course of action.

By choosing Leander Tree Care for your tree removal needs, you can have peace of mind knowing that our company is licensed, bonded, and insured. We prioritize safety and professionalism in every project, ensuring the well-being of your property and all those involved. Trust us to expertly handle the entire tree removal process, from assessment to clean-up, delivering outstanding service and care for your landscape.

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Key Indicators to Determine if Tree Removal is Necessary

To make informed decisions about tree removal, look for the following signs that may indicate potential risks or declining tree health:

Trunk damage: Visible damage to the trunk, such as cracks, cavities, or wounds, can compromise the tree's structural integrity and may necessitate removal.

Large dead branches: The presence of significant dead branches can pose a safety hazard and may indicate overall tree decline.

Trunk rot or fungal growth: Large patches of mold, fungus, or signs of trunk rot may indicate internal decay, which can weaken the tree and increase the risk of falling.

Sprouts at the tree base: The appearance of new sprouts growing at the base of the tree can be a sign of stress, often resulting from root damage or other underlying issues.

Tree hollows: While a hollow tree can still be structurally sound, extensive internal decay can compromise the tree's stability and increase the risk of collapse.

Peeling bark: Shedding or peeling bark can be an indicator of tree stress or disease, potentially requiring removal if the issue is severe enough.

By monitoring your trees for these signs and consulting with professional arborists, you can make well-informed decisions about tree removal to protect your property and maintain a healthy landscape.
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Experience unbeatable prices with Leander Tree Care. Call 512-760-4478 now to schedule your FREE consultation.

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