4 Reasons You Should Consider Removing a Tree From Your Property

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4 Reasons You Should Consider Removing a Tree From Your Property

4 Reasons You Should Consider Removing a Tree From Your Property

26 January 2016
Environmental, Blog

Trees are often beautiful additions to any property, offering shade, aesthetic value, and aid in the development and maintenance of a clean eco-conscience. However, sometimes a tree can cause problems, and tree removal is always necessary if letting one fall naturally is out of the question. So, what are some reasons you should consider organising a tree removal?

Excess Size

A large tree is often a healthy tree, but if a tree gets too big, many problems can develop. When a tree grows, the amount of damage it can cause in the case of a sudden fall also grows, not to mention the fact that a large tree is also an old tree, and the older the tree the more likely it is to develop serious health problems. If a tree on your property is getting too large for your liking, or develops health problems a tree doctor can't fix within your budget, you should definitely consider tree removal.

Excess Shade or Nutrient Consumption

A tree is a nice addition to a garden, to a certain extent, of course. If your garden is struggling, it could well be due to a tree. If you have a large tree in your garden, it can cause other plants to struggle due to either (or both) excess shade produced by the tree or excess nutrient consumption of the tree, both of which can suck energy from the rest of your garden.

Tree Health Issues

If a tree on your property is showing signs of degeneration, such as rotting, a lack of leaves, or broken branches, you should probably call a tree doctor if you value the tree greatly. If you don't value the tree much and don't want to waste money nursing it back to health, it's a good idea to consider tree removal. Trees grow relatively fast and are, hence, often easily replaceable.

Insect or parasite infestations are also a very serious problem with trees. Parasites such as termites can infest trees, gaining momentum before striking buildings. Insect or other parasite infestations can also quickly travel between trees and other plants.

Dangerous Growth Patterns

A tree can become a very serious danger if it is growing toward housing or other infrastructure. Not only is there the danger of the entire tree falling onto a building and causing serious damage to the structure or those residing within it, but also branches can break off in storms, breaking windows or much more valuable components of infrastructure.

Trees are nice. They look nice, make nice shade, and send out a nice aura. However, if a tree becomes a problem, you should never dismiss tree removal, and certainly never procrastinate it. If you're looking for a tree removal company in your area, visit Kingdoms Tree Care.

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Encouraging children to save energy

Kids like the idea of looking after the environment as soon as they can relate to the issues. I have been working on ways to make sure that my kids understand that the ways that they can help the environment, and how important small changes can be to save energy and the environment. They are some of the biggest cheerleaders of energy efficiency once they have understood how important it is. This blog has tips on how to teach children about saving energy as well as some resources to help provide positive reinforcement when they do save energy at home.