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Geroge Salinas Tree Service’s crew made my family happy. The service was prompt and the job was completed faster than I imagined.
Gina P. – Las Vegas, CA
Excellent and professional people. They were a pleasure to have around. They were always keeping me updated as to their progress.
Sandra C. – Las Vegas, CA
They had the tree removed the same day the tree fell. They did such a good job, we hired them to remove other dead trees
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Like all other living things, trees grow old and die. Keeping dead trees on your property can be detrimental to curb appeal. Removing a dead tree, however, creates space for new, healthy trees. A tree may turn into a hazard, dropping branches now and then – removing such a tree helps you avoid injuries and property damage.
We handle tree removals on commercial and residential properties in Las Vegas, Nevada. We help property owners get rid of trees standing in the way of property development, trees leaning dangerously over sensitive structures, and trees with untreatable diseases. With safety being a priority for us, we bring all trees down without harming your home, damaging the lawn, or breaking neighboring trees.
Benefits of Working with Tree Removal Experts
1. You Avoid Property Damage
If a tree falls on your house, it will inflict a lot of damage, forcing you to spend a lot of money on repairs. If you are removing a tree alone, and you haven’t handled tree removals before, ensuring that the tree falls in the right place might prove hard.
Working with tree removal experts, however, gives you access to a team that has removed thousands of trees and has modern tree removal gear. The team will use cranes, bucket trucks, and if necessary, ropes, to bring the tree down without touching your house.
2. You Guarantee Your Safety
DIY tree removals put homeowners in harm’s way – the tree might fall on them, leaving them with heavy injuries. Hospital bills can be expensive, not to mention the time you will have to waste on the hospital bed waiting to regain your health.
Letting professionals work on removing a tree helps you avoid injuries and saves you from spending thousands on treatment costs.
3. Professional Can Help You Save Your Tree
Sometimes trees are removed because they appear too diseased to respond to treatment. These trees can be healed with the right treatment options.
Before removing a tree, professionals will allow their arborist to inspect it. If the tree is treatable, the arborist will advise against tree removal and recommend effective treatment methods.
4. Professionals Help You with Stump Removal
Tree stumps tend to turn into hazards with time – once the grass grows over them, the tree stumps can keep damaging your lawn maintenance equipment, causing injuries to your kids when they play in the yard, and damaging your cars when you back up on the invisible tree stump. Stump removal helps you avoid all these problems.
Tree removal experts will help you with complete stump removal and stump grinding. If your goal is to make your yard safe, stump grinding should be enough. However, if your goal of removing a tree is to create space for your property development project, complete stump removal may be the way to go.
5. Professionals Help You with the Cleanup
Most property owners do not want logs lying around on their commercial properties. Letting professionals handle tree removals eliminates the need to worry about cleanup.
After removing a tree, professionals will cut the tree trunk into small pieces and then hurl the entire tree away. This will make the property grounds safe for your tenants.
Signs You Need to Invest in Tree Removals
- If the tree’s roots are damaging your floor and/or foundation
- If a tree is leaning dangerously and showing signs of falling
- If the tree is dead
- If your tree has an untreatable health problem
- If the tree trunk is showing signs of rotting and decay
- If your tree has suffered irreparable damage from a mal-conducted tree maintenance procedure
- If the tree is occupying a space you would like to use for property development
- If a tree is suffering a termite infestation and the pests are damaging the wood materials used in your house’s structure
- If you have overcrowded trees, removing some trees can improve the health of the remaining trees