The practice of tree removal, although it might look simple, is actually more complex than most folks think. There are quite a few steps required, and a range of safety problems that have to be addressed. If the proper preparation isn't done beforehand, it could lead to someone being hurt, or damage to valuable property.
Steps followed when removing a tree:
Forming a Plan
The preliminary step is to prepare a strategy to make certain you've looked over all of the pertinent details concerning the tree pruning, like the height of the tree, proximity to surrounding structures, and which way the tree is tilted. This information can allow you to figure out which way you want to fell the tree.
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In the case of a restricted space, you could consider taking down the tree in chunks. Such a 120 feet tall tree that must be brought down, but the biggest available room is 50 feet wide would ask that you take it down in 3 cuts of 40 feet. However, before you do that, it will crucial that you take of its branches, starting from the bottom and going upward.
Upon start the tree removal process, you may encounter a number of aspects that would either work against or sometimes to your advantage. Among the variables include the natural lean of the tree which will establish the easiest way to down it; not unless there are constructions, buildings or other immovable objects in route, which you wouldn't want damage.