Tree Maintenance and Removal in Dumpsters

Large trees can be a beautiful addition to anyone’s property. However, neglect of these beauties combined with storms or high winds can also create a property owner’s nightmare. Proper maintenance on an aging or overgrowing tree will help insure the safety of the property.

Branches that are growing close to roofs, windows and power lines are all potentials for problems. It is important to trim over-reaching branches and sometimes even remove larger limbs. If the danger is power lines, do not attempt to take care of this yourself. Contact your local municipality or electrical company and make them aware. If you need to remove a dying tree because you have noticed an infestation of disease or insects it is also important to contact local agencies. They can help you determine if treatment if possible and document it in case it is part of a larger outbreak in the community.

Based on the amount of tree you need to remove, how much of it is already on the ground, and your level of experience with chainsaws and axes, you may or may not want to tackle this project on your own. Whether or not you decide to bring in the professionals to get the tree safely to the ground, you will also need to think about what to do with the tree once it is down. Depending on the damage and wood type there is a possibility of recycling at least some of the wood. One of the most effective ways to recycle downed trees and limbs is by mulching. This may require the rental of a Mulcher or Wood Chipper and as always proper safety gear like eye and ear protection. If you do not have use for the mulch at home you can look to local businesses or organizations that help with community revitalization projects.

More than likely, you will not be able to recycle the entire tree, and depending on how it came down you might need to dispose of all of it. The cleanest and safest way to dispose of larger amounts of debris and waste materials is by renting a dumpster. Many dumpster companies can fill an order within 42 hrs or less, and the dumpster can remain on your property for a week or more allowing your project to move at your pace. It also gives you a specific area for all waste to go instead of it collecting on and around your work site which can increase the possibility of an accident.

No matter how much of the project you decide to take on without the help of professionals, make sure you investigate the steps and safety tips thoroughly. Also make sure you communicate with neighbors when talking large tree removal as it can easily affect those property lines that are close in range.

Large trees can be a beautiful addition to anyone’s property. However, neglect of these beauties combined with storms or high winds can also create a property owner’s nightmare. Proper maintenance on an aging or overgrowing tree will help insure the safety of the property.

Branches that are growing close to roofs, windows and power lines are all potentials for problems. It is important to trim over-reaching branches and sometimes even remove larger limbs. If the danger is power lines, do not attempt to take care of this yourself. Contact your local municipality or electrical company and make them aware. If you need to remove a dying tree because you have noticed an infestation of disease or insects it is also important to contact local agencies. They can help you determine if treatment if possible and document it in case it is part of a larger outbreak in the community.

Based on the amount of tree you need to remove, how much of it is already on the ground, and your level of experience with chainsaws and axes, you may or may not want to tackle this project on your own. Whether or not you decide to bring in the professionals to get the tree safely to the ground, you will also need to think about what to do with the tree once it is down. Depending on the damage and wood type there is a possibility of recycling at least some of the wood. One of the most effective ways to recycle downed trees and limbs is by mulching. This may require the rental of a Mulcher or Wood Chipper and as always proper safety gear like eye and ear protection. If you do not have use for the mulch at home you can look to local businesses or organizations that help with community revitalization projects.

More than likely, you will not be able to recycle the entire tree, and depending on how it came down you might need to dispose of all of it. The cleanest and safest way to dispose of larger amounts of debris and waste materials is by renting a dumpster. Many dumpster companies can fill an order within 42 hrs or less, and the dumpster can remain on your property for a week or more allowing your project to move at your pace. It also gives you a specific area for all waste to go instead of it collecting on and around your work site which can increase the possibility of an accident.

No matter how much of the project you decide to take on without the help of professionals, make sure you investigate the steps and safety tips thoroughly. Also make sure you communicate with neighbors when talking large tree removal as it can easily affect those property lines that are close in range.

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