It can be difficult to decide if emergency tree service is necessary. It can be difficult to tell what level of leaning is normal and how to identify broken branches from the leaves. These are some signs that you need an emergency tree removal service.
An arborist should inspect any type of new lean, especially if it is located over a path or structure. An arborist should be able to determine if a tree has a 15% vertical lean.
Call an arborist immediately if you notice any root decay. Strong winds can cause serious damage to the root system, which is the support structure for your tree.
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FUNGUS AT THE ROOTS
Although it may not be the case every time, mushrooms growing at your tree's base could indicate root disease or internal rot. This should be evaluated by an arborist because the roots are, as mentioned, your tree's support system.
TOO CLOSE TO POWER LINES
You might not expect the space between power lines and trees to be so large. In wet weather, electricity can reach up to ten feet between trees and power lines. This can cause damage or power outages. These trees should not be cut or pruned by you. To ensure safety, arborists are trained extensively.
Large dead branches must be removed immediately. Strong winds could bring them down onto property or people.