It may be necessary to remove a tree is if the roots have gone deep into the ground and disturbed the plumbing lines that are buried in the ground. Many times if there is a plumbing back up, the pipes are snaked out to find the cause of the blockage. It is possible that the roots of a large tree have broken into or collapsed a portion of the pipes.
With a woody bush that has thick stems, you want to cut it to a manageable size before starting any digging. Two feet is a good height, leaving enough for gripping if you’re going to “rock” the stump. Small and medium size trees will benefit from having a taller trunk, up to 4′ high. This is because that height will give you leverage to push against.
Be aware of what is above the trees you plant. It is unwise to plant trees below power lines as they can grow so large as to foul the lines and cause power interruptions.
Dead wood in the form of trees, tree stumps, and even stacks of cut wood can become homes for rodents or insects. There may not be a problem right away, but the longer these are left out, the bigger the chance that you may have some uninvited guests move in. This could cause trees to become weaker and fall, or if the wood is too close to the dwelling, could invite termites or carpenter ants right into your house. It’s really not worth the risk. If you know you may want to cut your trees down at some point, you might as well do it now.
If the trees are close to buildings, the tree can’t just be cut-down. Every end to be chopped must be roped down. The tree climber will tie a rope around the pieces needed to be chopped off. Afterward, the segments of wood is let down slowly to the ground.
Instead, if a Thai gardener is interested in nurturing jungle orchid species, he or she will buy (or acquire) the root complex of a dead tree which also has a Tree stump of, say, a metre attached. They will then move this Tree stump removal in to a very shady place, say, under a canopy and grow their wild jungle orchids on that.
The tree can completely overwhelm a landscape area causing concrete damage as well as getting into sewer pipes and under footings. The usual cure for this is a tree removal and stump grind. If done right the area can be replanted with a new non invasive plant or tree. Root guards can also be used to slow down the root issues.
Tree removal is a necessary task for many reasons. Please be sure to do it safely. Make sure the path of the falling tree is clear and that you are not digging into an electrical wire or water line. Check with an expert before removing a tree on your property. It is better to be safe than sorry.