There are many reasons why you may need to remove a tree from your property. For example, you may have planted trees to create a more homey environment but you need to remove it at a later date due to overgrowth, the tree may have died and is rotting, it may be causing damage to your property etc. In some cases, you may be moving to a new home and want to take the tree with you, so you need to get the tree removed from your current property and relocated to your new one. So, whatever reason you may have for needing your tree to be removed, we will now quickly look at the process.
In order to remove the tree without killing it, you need to properly prepare the soil around the tree first before it is dug out. Next, the soil needs to be thoroughly drenched in water to ensure that the root ball is damp to ensure that removal is much easier. You will then need to dig into the soil around the tree but be careful not to hit the roots.
Burlap should be placed under the root ball of the tree and then the tree can be pulled out from the hole and placed on a nearby table. You should then use a pruning shears to cut the fronds from the crown of the tree and half of the leaves should be removed from the crown. You can then secure the tree and burlap but be sure to dampen the root ball before you transport the tree.
In closing, we have just looked at a quick guide on how you can remove just about any tree. You can either do this yourself or you can hire trained professionals like Tree Service Pros – to do the dity work…
If you want to make sure that your tree or trees are carefully removed and transported to your new home, then you should definitely look into hiring professionals.