Owning a property with a considerable amount of land is likely to mean that you have at least a tree or two growing somewhere on your plot. And there is of course nothing wrong with trees whatsoever; they provide a home for wildlife and for a vital part of our eco system but there are times when removal is for the best.

In this article, we’re going to outline several reasons why you should consider tree removal which in turn usually has a benefit associated with it. Read on to lean more.

  1. Dead and Damaged Trees

Trees are typically very hardy but there are occasions where they have suffered irreparable damage due to harsh weather or have simply contracted a disease and died.

A dead or severely damaged tree isn’t of use to anyone which is why it is always better to remove it and consider replacing it with a suitable species of tree.

  1. The Tree Is in Dangerous Proximity to Your Property

Trees and buildings can often coexist side by side but sometimes a tree simply grows too large and becomes both a nuisance and a hazard to nearby properties.

The branches of a large tree can damage the roof and windows of a property which means that at the very least, it should be cut back and pruned to reduce this risk. In addition, the roots of large trees can also impact a buildings foundation and/or damage the drainage infrastructure beneath a property.

  1. Landscape Gardening

If you’re planning on changing the layout or functionality of your garden, it might be the case that an existing tree which is present simply isn’t compatible with your plans for renovation.

It is always a good idea to at least try and work around the tree but if this isn’t possible, removal or relocation is your only option.

  1. The Presence of an Excessive Number of Trees

Some properties feature what we would call an overcrowding of trees where there are too many located within a small area. This can lead to issues with the ground your property sits on as each tree fights for water so the best option is to consider removing as many trees as necessary.

  1. Rotting and Decaying Trees

Trees that have contracted a disease or illness but aren’t yet dead sometimes can’t be saved. In these instances, consulting an arborist is the best option as they will be able to perform further diagnosis and provide a course of action depending on their findings.

Tree Removal Specialists

If you decide that removing the tree in question is the right thing to do, you will need to contact a qualified tree surgeon or arborist. Tree removal in Sydney can be performed by one of several suitable companies operating in the area so approach several for further advice and a quotation. Costs will vary by the scope of the work as well as the company used so we suggest obtaining more than one quotation.

A rouge tree growing on your land doesn’t have to be an issue as long as you take a methodical approach and have it investigated by a professional.