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Tree Removals Can Benefit Your Property

Tree Removals Can Benefit Your Property

Having a decaying or dying tree on your property can be an eye-sore for you and your neighbors. It can also cause health issues with your vegetation and land. Hiring a tree removal service such as Brother Tree & Lawn Service will benefit you greatly in the long run.

The Dangers of a Decaying or Dead Tree

Trees that are either dead or on their way out can cause problems to your land. The dangers of leaving them standing in your yard could cause you to put a dent in your wallet in the future, which no homeowner wants.

Pests – Pests such as carpenter ants and other wood pests love to nest in these dead or dying trees. They can also spread to healthy trees and infest those as well. Don’t forget about your home. Bugs and animals like rats that make their homes in these trees can eventually work their way to your home causing issues.

The Danger of the Tree Falling – A dead or dying tree can lead to it falling on the property and even the house. If you ignore a tree like this, the probability goes up for it falling, which means you could suffer from damages and a large bill in the future.

Diseases – If there is a disease crippling your tree(s), it could infect other trees on your property. One tree that has an infectious disease could ruin other trees, as well as vegetation on your land. Removing dead or dying trees on your property now costs less than if a problem occurs in the future.

Brothers Tree & Lawn Service

With a company like Brother Tree & Lawn Service, you’re getting a full-service tree company that deals with declining and decaying trees on the regular basis. Based in Stratford, Connecticut, we are experts in this native landscape, so we take tree removal and vegetation seriously.

If you have dead or dying trees on your property, do not hesitate to contact us at 203-375-7866.

How to Manage Heat Stress in Your Lawn

Beach days, backyard barbecues, sipping lemonade by the pool—for you, summer is a stress-free time. For your lawn? Not so much. Heat, dry weather and constant foot traffic are all stress factors for your lawn. Here’s how to manage heat stress in your lawn this summer. Water in the Morning Watering your lawn when the… Continue Reading