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Tree Removal

When a tree develops problems, it is frequently difficult to decide when to remove the tree. Dying trees that are not in danger of falling on people or structures can be allowed to die in place without human intervention. Old dead trees also serve as places for various species of woodpeckers to find food and a place to nest. If money is no object and the owner wants to keep the tree as long as possible, trees can frequently be maintained for many years by cutting out all dead or diseased portions and watering deeply when needed. Unfortunately, continually removing dead wood is expensive and sometimes neighbors are concerned about the possibility that the tree may fall on their property. Trees provide shade and climate moderation, hold soil in place, help keep air and water clean, increase property value and provide beauty. To decide whether or not to remove a tree, a number of questions need to be asked. The pros and cons need to be weighed.

• How healthy is the tree? If 50% of the tree is damaged, it should probably be eliminated. A tree that is in decline can continue to survive for many years but will always have limited or abnormal growth and appearance. Trees that have been damaged by herbicide frequently have misshaped leaves but frequently can recover.

• Is there trunk damage? Vertical cracks, seams, dead branch stubs, and large, older wounds suggest internal decay. Severe damage to the main trunk often warrants the removal of the tree. If the damaged area is less than 25% of the circumference of the trunk, the wound could gradually heal over and no permanent injury should result.

• Is the tree hollow? Because the life support tissue, the xylem, and phloem, of a tree is on the outer edges of the trunk, many trees will live for years with a hollow trunk. The issue is possibly compromised trunk strength, making the tree dangerous. A guide to help in decision making is if one-third of the interior of the tree is hollow or rotten, it should probably be removed.

• Are there large dead branches? Large trees that have had their tops broken or have large damaged limbs are a danger to people and property. If less than 25% of branches are damaged, the tree will probably survive. Crossed or rubbing branches should be removed. Narrow branch angles, especially of the main trunk, are particularly prone to splitting and should be corrected. This is best done when the tree is young.

• Are all dead branches on one side of the tree? If so, the tree will be lopsided and is potentially hazardous. Dead branches that are all on one side of a tree can be a symptom of root or trunk damage on the affected side.

• Is the tree leaning? Leaning trees are more of a hazard than those growing vertically. A sudden lean indicates breakage or weakening of roots and the tree should probably be removed immediately. A tree leaning more than 15% from being vertical probably should be removed.

• Is the tree under power lines? Trees under power lines should mature at heights less than twenty-five feet. A tree that is growing into power lines will need to be thinned out. During wet weather, electricity can arc as much as ten feet to wet tree foliage and ground out causing a power failure or property damage. Removal of tree limbs anywhere near power lines is never for the homeowner to do themselves. The price of an accidental touching of the power lines or a grounding arc of deadly electrical current to a ladder, pruning tool, or a person will be devastating. Always hire a professional for these dangerous jobs.

Do you have a tree that is threatening to outgrow your home or blocking an otherwise beautiful view? New Breeze Tree Service will safely remove it for you. Our expert crew uses high quality equipment to safely remove any tree. If you are in or around Polk County and need professional tree removal then give us a call.

Stump Grinding

1. Why should I consider stump grinding?
Removing a stump through grinding provides many benefits such as keeping your yard safe by eliminating tripping hazards. Grinding out the stump also eliminates the habitat for termites, ants, bees, snakes, and other animals to maintain a beautiful lawn.

2. What is left after stump grinding?
Unlike stump removal, no damage to your landscaping, and no large hole remains after the stump is ground out. The grindings, as well as any dirt around the area, are used to fill in the minor hole after the stump has been ground out. Any extra mulch can be used for landscaping.

Get rid of that old stump with our expert stump grinding services. That stump in your yard is not only unattractive but also a huge safety issue. Our professionals use safe equipment to grind these unattractive and dangerous stumps. If you are in need of stump removal in Polk County then call New Breeze Tree Service today. 

Junk Removal & Hauling

Whether you simply have some old junk you want to get rid of or have a big cleanup after completing a landscaping project, New Breeze Tree Service is here for you. For junk removal and hauling in Polk, Orlando, or Tampa, give us a call. 

Land Clearing

New Breeze Tree Service offers premier land clearing services in Polk County, FL. Just give us a call and let us know what your project is. Our team uses high-quality equipment to clear your land of weeds, trees, and any other miscellaneous debris from your property.

Tree Services

At New Breeze Tree Service, we offer high-quality tree service in Polk County and the surrounding areas. Our experienced crew caters to your individual needs and can handle anything from tree planting to trimming. For any comments, questions, or concerns regarding tree service call New Breeze Tree Service to take care of it for you!

Tree Trimming

On mature trees, proper pruning is required to remove dead and dying branches to maintain plant health and safety. This is referred to as cleaning. Research has now documented that thinning, the removal of live branches to reduce density reduces wind resistance and subsequent storm damage.
Thinning should only be done on trees where the crown is "too dense." New Breeze Tree Service has training and experience to evaluate this attribute. Thinning should be concentrated on the outer portions of the canopy, leaving as many branches on the interior crown as possible.

In some instances, the crown or single branches require a reduction in length. This improves the form and shape of the plant, eliminates interference with objects and structures, and compensates for structural weaknesses.

Lower branches may require pruning for similar reasons. This process, known as raising, can be used to increase the amount of light beneath the crown of a tree.

New Breeze Tree Service is trained to evaluate the condition of your trees. They can determine the types of trimming services required to balance your goals and those of managing plant health and safety.