What can go wrong – DIY Tree Removal

Before you start the chainsaw, consider what can go wrong….

These days people like you and me are trying to figure out how to do things at home, doing it yourself without any expert’s help and what not. Removing a tree has some serious risks involved and if you’re not certified then you’re probably putting yourself at danger. Statistics involved showed a lot of different attempts people made and according to this report of 2013 72% of the people were struck by the tree branches or dropping limbs and 4% of the people fell either from a ladder or a tree.

2Dangers Involved
The dangers and risks are quite clear from the fact that people have already suffered great loses. The reasons are mostly one of the three, wrong use of equipment because of inadequate training, falling of a ladder because of great heights and instability and the most being the inability to handle a tree when cut.
Wrong Equipment
, if you haven’t used a grinder or a good sharp cutter before and you’re expecting to just cut a tree and go limb without a hitch than you are probably mistaken.. Equipment is and plays an important role supposed to be handled with care. A specialist knows exactly what to use and how to use it.

Great Heights- Falling from a Ladder
Have heard cases of people falling of ladders during tree care? Cases have been reported of people dying because of trees and heights.

Laws Of Gravity-

When trees fall many factors should be considered. Our calculations about gravity, height and wind are not going to be exact which is going to cost us a lot more than what we think.

Even if you think you are specialized enough to handle a tree yourself, after reading this statistically proven article you should be convinced that it is not worth the risk. Arborists are here to help you every step of the way so let them do their job.

Statistics involved showed a lot of different attempts people made and according to this report of 2013 72% of the people were struck by the tree branches or dropping limbs and 4% of the people fell either from a ladder or a tree. If you haven’t used a grinder or a good sharp cutter before and you’re expecting to just cut a tree and go limb without a hitch than you are probably mistaken. Have heard cases of people falling of ladders during tree care? Cases have been reported of people dying because of trees and heights. An expert who is used to working and climbing ladders with heights is the person who should be doing your tree care services.