How do I know if a tree is too close to my house?

There are a lot of factors involved in determining if a tree is too close to your house such as visible cracks the foundation, roof damage due to significant deposit of debris from the tree, poor air circulation, critical slopes, unstable soils and the general overall health and condition of the tree. The first thing that you would want to do is walk around the property to check for any visual signs that indicate a threat to the structures on ...

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Signs that a tree is dangerous

A tree that loses a lot of the limbs throughout the year. In this situation where a tree is losing a lot of limbs could indicate a poor buffer area, too thick of limb count in the area of the tree, too long/heavily loaded with weighted branches. This could all cause poor health/conditions, stability of the tree.

Split tree trunk that could be from significant high winds, lightning strikes, double trunked trees coming from one stump which are also called “schoolmarm/cluster” ...

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How do I know if I should have my stump removed or ground out?

There could be many factors such as new building areas, landscape areas, proximity to the house/structure, excessive pest problems.

In the building areas you want to remove all woody debris because of poor compaction.

In the landscape area you would want to remove the stump if you plan on replanting, putting up fences, pouring concrete, putting in children play areas, planting grass, etc.

The proximity to the house or structure is important because certain tree stumps will still grow; if the stump continues ...

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