Hazardous tree removal

Several factors go into determining if a tree is hazardous. Pictured above is a dead pecan tree that overhangs service drop lines in four directions, two drive ways, both houses, and a very busy street. Limbs had already begun to fall from the tree, damaging cars below. The origin of the problem goes back to the construction of these houses. Roots were cut within the critical zone on all sides, compromising the trees stability and eliminating it’s access to water and nutrients in the soil. This trees condition and location categorize it as a hazardous tree removal. This is a great example of the importance of hiring knowledgeable, safety oriented professionals to preform hazardous tree removal. One wrong cut would have been detrimental. A climber working from within this tree would result in serious injury or death.