Before you hire a tree removal service in New Haven County, Connecticut, assessing the project site for any hazards is a must. Through the assessment, you can to gauge the danger level existing within the premises. Some dangers can be easily seen by the naked eye. However, some dangers are not conspicuous, so it is imperative to thoroughly inspect every nook and cranny of the site.
To do a site assessment before tree removal in Wallingford, CT, here are some of the things that you have to do:
- Inspect the tree.
The tree should be visible for the workers. There shouldn’t be any leaf litters or mulch, especially at the base or the root flares. You may have to do lawn maintenance, such as cutting grass, before you go ahead with the project. Aside from that, see to it that the tree’s base doesn’t have any symptoms of root collar decay.
- Pay attention to resident wildlife.
The tree’s cavities may be a nesting site of wildlife. They may be stinging insects, defensive birds, or slumbering bats. Check for any animal activities (i.e., noise or droppings) that may indicate that animals have nested in that tree.
- Consider the environment.
The weather or environment should be appropriate and safe for tree removal. For example, in wet conditions, you have to be wary of saturated soil since this makes the tree more prone to uprooting.
Paradise Landscaping and Tree Removal is always here to help you with your tree removal needs. Set an appointment with us if you want a site assessment.