PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND, UNITED STATES, May 4, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Great things are shaping up at a local RI tree removal company this season. Bobby Matthews and his team are seeking to educate the community on the signs and symptoms of trees needing to be removed. The company stresses that it is essential that home and business owners are aware of removal services being necessary to avoid property damage and personal injury.
“Knowing when a tree requires removal is absolutely vital for anyone with trees on their landscape, no matter their size. We started the tree removal awareness program last year, and it was wildly successful. However, hearing horror stories of trees falling onto roofs, cars, and even beloved pets was very sad to us, which is why we aim to keep the local community aware of the signs,” said Bobby, owner of Rhode Island Tree Removal.
One of the telltale signs that a tree is past its prime and requires removal is the presence of a hollow trunk. When a truck is hollow it means the entire tree is dead. In addition, hollow trunks are very susceptible to falling over at random during the next wind or rainstorm. That can be very bad news for any surrounding buildings, powerlines, or vehicles.
Another sign that tree removal in RI is imminent is the presence of disease. Now, there are ways to remedy certain tree illnesses, but others require removal to stop the spread of infection. Unfortunately, it takes the licensed and trained eye of an experienced arborist to make that call, but fortunately, Rhode Island Tree Removal has a few on staff.
“I remember when a huge weeping willow tree that stood near my daughter’s playhouse showed signs of rot. I called Bobby Matthews to schedule an evaluation. Once he completed the investigation, it was determined that the trunk of the tree was completely hollow and was about to fall over at any moment! It was really scary to think my child could have been playing under the tree. Bob and his crew quickly took down the weeping willow, and all was well,” said Cindy Gomer, a local homeowner.
During educating homeowners on the signs that trees need to be removed, Bobby M. and a few of his arborists list the most common symptoms to look out for as well as the more subtle ones. In addition, it’s a great time for property owners to ask questions such as what they would do should they discover a diseased tree and whether the company offers 24-hour emergency service or not.
Bill Thomas, an arborist on staff at Rhode Island Tree Removal, had this to say, “I truly enjoy bringing my knowledge to fellow homeowners in RI. Trees are majestic things, but they can also be terribly dangerous if not maintained properly. It’s incredible the number of trees that appear to be healthy has actually turned out to be very sick and one strong wind from falling over.”
One of the most subtle signs that a tree requires removal is dead and broken branches at the tree’s crown. It’s often very difficult to notice those branches because of how high up they are. Other limbs and foliage also shield those branches. By having an inspection by a professional, those branches can be uncovered, and the tree’s overall health can be revealed.
Rhode Island Tree Removal is the #1 tree and shrub care company in the local area. They are beloved by all who hire them because of their experience, excellent customer service, and affordable prices. Seeking out tree removal services is a big deal, and all homeowners should know when those services are needed. Thankfully, companies like Bobby’s are paving the way to help the community understand the signs.
Who is Rhode Island Tree Removal?
Since 2012, Rhode Island Tree Removal has been taking great care of local trees and shrubs. The company offers professional tree trimming, pruning, shaping, and custom scrub design. All services are available for residential and commercial customers. The team also provides swift removal services and lot & land clearing for new construction projects. The office is located at 118 Willow St #1, Providence, RI 02909. The best way to get ahold of the company is by visiting the website at https://rhodeislandtreeremoval.com/, calling (401) 496-9496, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, we offer 24/7 emergency service.