J&M Landscaping, LLC
dba Jose Knows Trees
ROC #322669

Proudly Serving Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler + Tempe
Family Owned and Operated since 2010

J&M Landscaping, LLC
dba Jose Knows Trees
ROC #322669

Proudly Serving Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler + Tempe
Family Owned and Operated since 2010

You’re trying to sell your home but there is an ugly dead tree in the yard. While you may be able to find a buyer regardless of the tree, it may help you to get rid of it.

Dead trees aren’t only an eyesore. They can be a safety hazard as well. All it takes is one good storm to knock it over onto your roof.

This isn’t the only reason why you would want to remove trees around your Mesa, Arizona home. Keep reading for a complete list of signs that it’s time to deal with the trees in your yard.

1. Dead Trees

As much as you love a tree and don’t want to do away with it, if it dies then there’s nothing left that you can do for it. You should remove it from your yard because it’s an eyesore and a safety hazard. All it would take is one heavy storm to knock it onto your house, car, or you.

If you’re unsure if your tree is dead, there are a few signs that you can look out for. The most obvious signs are ones of decay such as cracks and splits. You could also notice an insect infestation of some kind.

If you do spot an insect infestation, you should deal with the tree right away. If you don’t, the little pests may spread to your other healthy trees.

2. Diseases

One of the major reasons why a tree dies is because it’s been infected with some fatal disease. The signs that the tree is sick aren’t always obvious so you may not notice it until there is nothing more that you can do for the tree.

If it’s gotten to that point then it’s better to remove it than leave it in your yard. For one, a diseased tree is a weak tree. If you don’t get rid of it then it may become a hazard.

For two, if it’s not taken out of the equation, the disease may spread to the other healthy trees in your yard and kill them too.

3. Your View is Obstructed

If you can’t see out your window due to a tree then you may take some solace in the fact that it works both ways. Nobody can peer into your window to see what you’re up to. If you’re not a fan of having the view of your yard obstructed, it could be better to get rid of the tree.

Also, if the tree has grown so large that it’s becoming a viewing obstruction then it could be blocking your grass from getting necessary sunlight. You may want to remove it so you don’t have to deal with dead grass.

4. Heavy Damage

Sometimes even a healthy tree has to be removed from your yard. If it’s hit by a heavy lightning strike, there may be nothing that you can do for it other than getting rid of it.

There are instances where the tree does wind up making a complete recovery from the incident though. If you’re not sure where your tree stands, a professional company in Mesa, Arizona may be able to tell you.

5. The Roots are Getting Too Close to Your Home

Tree roots aren’t going to stop growing or change their course because your home is in the way. They’ll keep powering through it. If you let them grow long enough, the roots may damage your plumbing and utility lines over time.

While this isn’t an urgent concern, you’ll still need to call in the professionals to deal with it before it becomes one.

6. It’s a Safty Hazard

If a tree grows to be too large it can become a safety hazard. Even the toughest trees can topple if a bad storm comes through. If the tree is big enough this could cause serious damage to your home and property.

If the weatherman is calling for a bit of bad weather, you may want to call a professional to come to take care of this huge tree before the storm sweeps over your area.

7. It’s in the Path of Construction

Maybe you’re having a baby and you’re planning to build onto your home to accommodate for the new addition to the family. The problem is you’ve got a few trees that are in your way.

This happens all the time. You’ll need to decide which trees you can save (if any) and which ones are too deep into your building path.

8. Poor Planting

The previous owner of your home planted some trees but it doesn’t seem like they did much planning before they did. The trees grew in a strange pattern and they’re crowded around each other.

It’s unfortunate but for the health of trees, you’ll need to choose and remove a few that are in the crowd. If you don’t, none of them will be able to get the nutrients they need to survive.

Reasons to Remove Trees from Your Property in Arizona

As much as you love the trees in your yard, there may come a point when one of them can’t be saved. You’ll have to get rid of it for the sake of your safety and the health of the other trees around it.

When that time comes, trust Jose in Mesa, Arizona to take care of the job in the most effective way possible.

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