Natasha Sollenne
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White Rock Tree Removal Service is called when falling trees or branches are responsible for millions of dollars in property and personal damage, annually. Yet, the best course of action for  homeowners isn't always to engage a local Dallas Tree Service to remove problem trees. From raising property values too lowering energy costs, just one large tree, regularly serviced by a tree service near me like White Rock Tree Removal Service, appreciates your investment by thousands of dollars of value, while improving your air quality and contributing to an overall higher quality of life.

Signs of unhealthy or problem East Dallas trees are easily observable with the naked eye. While some symptoms require an immediate search for a Dallas tree service near me, others are just signs of normal healthy growth cycles that keep your Dallas trees thriving. 

Experienced local East Dallas tree removal services, like White Rock Tree Removal Service, generally use a four zone approach to inspect your trees, when we respond to your search for a Dallas tree service near me. Zone 1 is the whole tree as  seen from a distance, while Zone 2 comprises the three feet of the trunk that feeds into the visible roots and the ground around them. The trunk from the top Zone 2, leading to where limbs start branching off the main trunk is Zone 3. The crown, consisting of the  larger limbs, smaller branches and leaves all make up Zone 4.

When inspecting Zone 1, be sure to observe whether the tree is leaning (and what is it's target,)  any dead branches or whole sections of the tree lacking leaf coverage or with dead leaves, as these can be good indicators that you have a diseased dying or unbalanced tree. In this case White Rock Tree Removal Service recommends that you call us or search for an experienced local Dallas tree service near me, to give you a professional opinion about your observations and concerns about your Dallas trees. 

It's important when inspecting Zone 2 to evaluate both the smaller absorbing roots and the large anchoring roots as well as the flora at the base of the tree and lower trunk. Fungal growth as well as cracking roots, bark bare surfaces, course saw dust and dead limbs on the ground, are all Zone 2 indicators the you might want to search for a local tree service near me. These are symptoms that lead to uprooting or buckling trees, even if they have healthy and lush growth in the other zones.

Zone 3 inspection focuses on cavities, cracks, large areas of missing bark and small holes or evidence where insects are burrowing through the tree. One and especially multiple of these symptoms could mean that you have a fresh crack or split forming, creating the immediate need for you to find a local Dallas emergency tree removal service near me.

Though inspection of Zone 4 is simplistic in substance,  depending on the size of your tree, you may need to search for a tree service near me or call White Rock Tree Removal Service to inspect the sky facing portions of limbs for rot and decay that are not visible from a ground based perspective. From the ground you can inspect Zone 4 for warning signs like bark and leaf bare branches and limbs, cracked and broken limbs, and accumulated, decaying leaves and branches adding weight to lower limbs and cutting off access to sunlight while promoting new decay. 

It's increasingly important to inspect your East Dallas trees often and especially after long periods of extreme heat or high wind velocity storms, so you aren't caught off guard by a falling or buckling tree. If you have questions or concerns, just search for a local tree service near me or call White Rock Tree Removal Service to come inspect your trees  and give you an free affordable Dallas tree service estimate. 

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