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Commonly removed tree species in Wisconsin

Read more about trees with problem characteristics, often targeted for removal from residential and commercial properties in Wisconsin:

Common Reasons for Tree Removal

Common reasons for removal include:

  • Dead or dying (entire tree or a main bough)
  • Diseased trees
  • Invasive species harming your trees
  • Nuisance (allergies, fruit/seed droppings, etc)
  • Dangerous (shallow roots or weak wood)
  • Encroachment to a structure or power/water lines

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Wisconsin Tree Types

Winter is the best Time for Tree Removal

Trees can be removed year round, but winter is the best season for several reasons:

Better for soil and grass

Frozen lawns are not as easily marked by heavy equipment, protecting soil and grass. Winter tree removal helps maintain the health of the land by preventing damage to surrounding trees and keeping dead trees from interrupting the distribution of soil nutrients in spring.

Tree Structure is easier to assess

When the leaves are gone it's much easier to identify dead and dangerous branches. The less obstructed view allows arborists to better assess damage and decay. Equipment operators are able to work more efficiently, saving on costs.

Trees are dormant in winter

Most of the bugs, fungi and other parasites that spread tree disease are dormant in winter, making it the safest time for removal. Removing trees when pests and diseases are dormant helps prevent their spread to other trees nearby.

Reduces Risk of Damage

A dangerous tree in summer is doubly dangerous in winter under the weight of heavy Wisconsin snow and ice. There's no need to wait for spring to get your dangerous trees removed.