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How to Protect the Trees in Your Garden If you want to find out more about how you can protect the trees in your garden, you should read my blog! My name is Darren. Welcome! I was inspired to start this blog by a wonderful man that I hired to prune the trees in my garden. While he was up there, pruning away, he spotted that one of my trees had become diseased. He explained what the problem was and suggested that I call in professional tree removal service to deal with the problem. I did and they were great. I have gained so much new knowledge, I decided a blog was the best place to put it!



3 Reasons to Consider Tree Removal

Tree removal is more than just cutting down a tree. You may have to remove a limb or entire tree sections, which can be complicated without special equipment and skills.

You may hesitate to seek tree removal services due to the costs involved. You could also be emotionally tied to a tree and might have difficulty getting rid of it. However, tree removal comes with many benefits that will improve your landscape and protect your immediate environment. 

Here are three reasons to should consider removing a tree in your yard.

Protect Your Foundation

Tree roots can damage your home's foundation. Usually, a tree's roots tend to follow the path of least resistance, which means they will penetrate areas where it's easy to grow through. For instance, if the roots come across a crack in your foundation, they will go through the space in search of moisture and nutrients. Hence, the structural integrity of your foundation will be compromised.

While roots may not penetrate impervious surfaces such as sewer pipes, they can sneak through broken pipe sections. The invasive roots then damage your pipes and trigger serious water damage.

When water collects in the soil around your home, it will put pressure on the foundation, which will lead to cracks. Also, the leaking water can cause the foundation to shift and damage your home. You're likely to incur costly repairs as a result. 

Improve Your Home's Value and Curb Appeal

Simple tree work can significantly improve your home's curb appeal. There's something quite striking about well-maintained and attractive trees. On the other hand, damaged trees are not only an eyesore, but they also interfere with the growth of other trees in your home. You don't want a damaged tree to compete with healthy trees for moisture, nutrients and sunlight.

Moreover, quality trees in your yard will boost your home's value. You're likely to get better resale value for your home if you take care of the trees in the yard. A home with attractive trees that provide a better view, privacy and adequate shade will likely attract clients with better offers if you decide to sell your home.

Create Extra Space

Tree removal can be a good idea when you need extra space for other structural additions in your home. For instance, you may want to build a swimming pool, seating area or basketball court or set up a trampoline. It can be difficult to install any structure if a tree sits in your yard space.

Moreover, large trees have deep roots that often spread far distances. If the roots aren't removed correctly, they may damage other areas of your yard.

Remember that enough space in your home will provide a great outdoor view and ample playing room for your children. So if you feel that a tree takes away such things from you, reach out to a tree removal company for help.