Small Tree Removal

John Creek’s Small Tree Removal


Just What You Need

There’s more to removing a tree than just trimming the branches and cutting down the trunk. Several considerations have to be made to determine whether the tree should be removed or simply trimmed to create some space. If you however need the tree gone, you should then choose John’s Creek. If there are other trees around that need to be taken care of, then John’s Creek will be the perfect person for the job. Determining the best candidate for  small tree removal doesn’t have to be difficult either. All you need is know the qualifications to look for.


The first factor to consider when looking for John’s Creek small tree removal expert is experience. The candidate should not only have had the required training for the job but also have some experience in the field. Know the various ways of removing a tree without leaving stumps and roots behind. Training also ensures they take care of other trees and property that may be within reach.

The contractor should also have the required equipment and gear for the job.

Aside from power saws and ropes, he/she should have safety glasses and leg protection as well. In addition to this, the contractor should have a workers’ compensation and liability insurance on him/her. This is to help reduce liability while working on your compound, and to ensure you do not suffer losses should the tree removal exercise become messy.

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Some trees may not necessarily have to be removed entirely. Having an Johns Creek inspect and run tests to determine the best cause of action would be advisable. This is especially recommended for tree farmers who would like to save as many trees as possible. Be sure to discuss service costs with the potential candidate before signing an agreement with him.

Tree care professionals are also trained in using equipment such as chain saws, ropes, cranes, and wood chippers to safely fell and dispose of a tree. Homeowners would need all of this equipment – and the requisite expertise – to perform a successful and safe removal.  Without it, they expose themselves to unnecessary risk.

  • Decaying wood. A dead or dying tree is often decaying from the inside out, making it extremely unstable. Even professionals sometimes use cranes to remove such deadwood. If you think your tree is starting to decay, find a professional to remove it before it collapses without warning. There are critical tree biology processes to understand when removing decayed trees, so professional help is always necessary


  • Gravity. Once the tree starts falling, you have no control over where it goes. It also may not fall the way you expect it to, even if you try to influence it with carefully cut indentations or ropes. Poor judgment, this one could result in the tree falling on homes, power lines, or people.

Tree care work in general is hazardous, but tree removal is especially dangerous. . Homeowners who attempt their own tree removal may be injured by falling limbs. I’ve been removing smaller trees in my yard for years.

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