We understand there could be many factors as to why a tree may need professional tree removal services to remove a tree from your property. The sooner you have a problematic tree removed, the less chance of harm being done to property or people. Fruit-bearing trees may also become a nuisance, dropping fruit or attracting insects, and dead or dying trees can be home to many pests and critters that may try and take up residence in your home.

Some of the reasons you may want to remove trees include:

Storm Damage – High winds, ice storms, snowstorms, and hurricanes can break off branches and bring down a tree, damaging your home, fences, sheds, cars or even injuring people.

Severe Weather Changes – Swings between extremely cold and warm weather, especially in the fall and spring, can cause significant damage to trees, especially heavier branches, making them more likely to fail during a storm.

Root Expansion – As a tree gets older, the roots will continue to grow which can uplift concrete, roadways, or pathways.

Insect or Critter Damage – Over time, insects and critters can take up residence in a tree and as the years go by, the tree can die as a result. Whatever was living in the dead tree will now look for a new home, and may move into your home as a result.

The Spotted Lantern Fly – An invasive species that can devastate New Jersey crops and hardwood trees has become more prevalent in the last few years. Their preferred habitat is another invasive species, the Tree of Heaven. If you have a Tree of Heaven on your property, removing it may be the best way to combat the spread of spotted lanternflies.

Dead Trees – Once a tree dies, there is no other recourse but to take it down.

Diseased Trees – Often you do not know a tree is infected until it is too late and the effects are irreversible.

Annoying Trees – Not all trees are healthy and used for shade. Often trees shed fruit or seeds that cause ground damage. Other trees such as pine trees tend to lean or have week root systems or are more susceptible to storm damage.

Pictured is the spotted lantern fly. Feeding on the sap of hardwood trees, both nymphs and adult Spotted Lantern Flies can devastate trees in Monmouth County and surrounding Counties of NJ.

Tree Assessment for Home or Business | Kristian Tree Service

If you think you have a tree that needs to be removed for any reason, call Kristian Tree Service at (732) 955-1200 for an evaluation. We will inspect the tree and see if it can be saved or if it needs to be removed. Our professionally trained crews and specialized equipment will make sure we remove the trees safely and efficiently.

After tree removal, our team will remove the stump with our state-of-the-art remote controlled stump grinder. We will protect areas of the home from flying debris and remove the stump to below ground level. We will then clean up the surrounding area and remove the mess and debris from the stump grinding.

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