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TREE REMOVAL IN THE EDMONTON REGION
Is there a tree on your property that’s dead, dying, diseased or just plain ugly? Do you lie awake in bed at night during stormy weather, wondering if this is the night that old tree looming outside your bedroom window comes crashing down?
If you have a dead, damaged or diseased tree on your property, it can become a serious safety hazard. Luckily, the team at All Season Tree Service specializes in removing dangerous trees on residential and commercial properties in Edmonton and all the surrounding areas. Give us a call today to schedule an assessment of the damage or an emergency tree removal at 780-464-2436.
WHEN DOES A TREE NEED TO BE REMOVED?
At All Season Tree Service, we offer a variety of services to help keep the trees on your property safe, healthy and beautiful. However, there are cases when tree removal is the best way to prevent property damage, infestation and injury. Here are a few common reasons why you might need to get a tree removed:
It’s diseased or decaying. Look for common signs of decay. Most sick trees don’t recover, but it can take years for one to die. In the meantime, it can infect nearby healthy trees, become a haven for pests and eventually be at risk of falling.
It’s too close to a building. If a large tree is within six metres of a house, it will cause serious damage if it falls, especially if it’s growing over the roof. Plus, the root system can cause cracks in the foundation and sewer line blockages.
It’s growing near power lines. If a branch touches or falls on a line, it becomes an electric shock hazard and can potentially catch on fire. In addition to the risk of injury, this can lead to a power outage. Read our detailed article about utility line clearing.
It’s severely damaged. Strong winds, ice storms and heavy snow can take a toll on your trees and cause irreparable damage. If the structural integrity of a tree has been severely compromised, bracing might not be enough to prevent it from falling.
In addition to our regular tree assessment and removal services, the team at All Season Tree Service offers 24/7 emergency tree services to deal with fallen trees or severe storm damage.
WHAT ARE THE COMMON SIGNS A TREE IS HAZARDOUS?
The best way to confirm whether a tree on your property poses a safety threat is to have it assessed by a professional arborist. However, there are several signs you can look for that might indicate a tree needs to be removed. These include:
Cracks, splits and cavities in the trunk
Fungi growing around the base of the tree
Large dead branches or a sparse crown
A severely leaning truck or bough
Two dominant branches that create a V-shape
If you notice any of these signs or you have concerns about a tree on your property, All Season Tree Service offers no-obligation consultations. We’ve also created a useful guide to help you identify the early warning signs of common tree diseases.
WHY IS TREE REMOVAL A JOB FOR PROFESSIONALS?
Without the right tools and skills, removing a tree can lead to serious and even fatal injuries and cause extensive damage to nearby property and trees.
In fact, any task that requires you to climb a tree or use a chainsaw should be left to experienced tree care experts.
At All Season Tree Service, our team has the knowledge, training and equipment to safely and efficiently remove trees, no matter the size or scope of the job.
SCHEDULE A TREE REMOVAL OR HAZARD ASSESSMENT IN THE EDMONTON AREA
Whether you need advice about a diseased tree or help with storm damage cleanup, the experienced arborists at All Season Tree Service can help. From the initial consultation to the actual tree removal and stump grinding, our team will get the job done right every step of the way.
Along with our main services, we also offer these additional perks for your convenience:
Emergency services: no waiting, call 24/7
Extended hours: every day from 7 AM to 9 PM
Quality service 100% of the time
We do the work quickly, correctly, and thoroughly every time, all year round.
Contact us today for a free estimate or to schedule a service appointment in Edmonton, Leduc, Sherwood Park, Spruce Grove or any other surrounding community in the region.