There are several times when tree removal on the Sunshine Coast may be the best option. An old tree that has sustained lots of damage from weather and/or illness sometimes must be removed. Pruning well into the dead wood may allow the tree to recover, but often simply results in a larger bill. A dead tree presents many safety hazards and decreases your property value.
Dead trees have dead branches which can fall at any time causing massive property damage and possible injury. This risk is unacceptable and must be addressed. If you have a dead tree then tree removal on the Sunshine Coast is the only option.
It is often a difficult decision to make. Trees add to property value and are integral to many landscapes. Once the decision is made to remove a tree coming back and noticing that it is gone changes the way your home looks. This can be highly stressful and somewhat shocking. For the first several days after a tree is removed recognising your house can be difficult. One of the many ways that we recognise familiar sights is by looking at the surroundings. The missing tree can make your home look like a strange place.
If, after a removal, you are having a difficult time adjusting, consider planting a new tree to grow and add to the visual beauty of your home. Make sure that any new additions are well placed and will grow in ways that complement the rest of your property rather than detract or restrict views.