Posts Tagged ‘tree removal’

The Tree Removal Checklist

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Here’s a little checklist of things to do before having a tree removed this summer courtesy of Kleber C’s Danbury Tree Service: Take Care of Your Yard: A Checklist For Before Tree Removal If you have a tree in your yard that doesn’t look so good, it could pose a potential risk to you and…

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5 Things to Do Before a Tree Removal

5 things to do before a tree removal

There are some things to do before doing a local tree removal which we will discuss the 5 things. Preparing to Have Your Tree Removed Trees are important to the environment and bring many benefits to people. They not only add beauty to our environment and personal belongings, but also add color to the air…

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5 Tips to Prevent Tree Damage during Bad Weather

5 tips to prevent tree damage during bad weather

Here’s how you can prevent bad weather from damaging trees, from your local tree service pros at Kleber C’s Danbury Tree Service. How to Have Minimal Tree Damage from Storms Trees are a beautiful part of nature, but unfortunately, the severe weather conditions that affect our trees are also part of nature. Photos in the…

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Common Tree Removal Risks

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Removing a tree can be dangerous or even fatal. At Kleber C’s Danbury Tree Service, we will discuss some of the obstacles you may encounter when removing trees yourself. Obstacles You May Face When Removing a Tree Removing a tree from your yard is more than just taking your chainsaw and ladder to work. In…

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How to Negotiate Tree Removal

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The process of cutting down trees involves risks, and that is why most people hire specialists to get the job done. The cost varies, depending on a host of factors. However, to make sure you are not overpaying for the job, you have to negotiate the cost before you hire a tree removal service. In…

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Ground Sinking Where Tree Was Removed

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Many factors trigger ground sinking years or months after a gigantic tree has been removed. Trees take considerable amounts of water from the ground, and when the tree is extra-large, it causes the surrounding area to dry off. The roots cover the largest part of the tree underground and consume excessive amounts of water from…

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