Winter is a great time to stay in with a fire in the fireplace and hot chocolate, but despite the chilly weather outside, it is also a great time to take care of tree work. Winter tree removal can be great for your yard and for your pocketbook, and here are some of the reasons why.
The Insights of Why And When To Remove A Russian Olive Tree
Russian Olives are a short, shrubby, thorn-covered tree with silver-colored leaves. They are not native to North America and were originally brought over from Germany. They are very fast-growing, which can be problematic because they crowd out other plants and disrupt waterways.
Is My Tree a Property Hazard? The Things to Look at When Considering Whether to Remove a Tree.
Heavy snowstorms, windstorms, and hailstorms down trees and break branches all over the Colorado Springs area every year.
Trees that have died and trees with a compromised root system, base, or trunk are at a highly increased risk of falling or having branches break. Read More
The species of trees native to Colorado are hardy and adept at weathering harsh winters. However, spring blizzards and windstorms pose a much greater risk to dead and dried out tree wood. It is important to spot the signs of a dead or dying tree early so that it can be addressed before it becomes a hazard. Read More