It depends on the tree, and we can’t give you a good answer without looking at it.
Trees are removed for a variety of reasons: failing health, poor location, property development, too much maintenance required, improper pruning in the past, pests, threatening assets below, heart rot, root rot, diseases and much more. There are many factors to consider before reaching a decision.
These factors include: species, age, health, current stability, balance, direction of the lean the tree has, position on the property, surrounding vegetation, rooting habit/soil type, density of the stand, and the ability of the tree to sprout.
As always, we will give you our honest assessment of the condition of the trees on your property and give you the information you need to make the right decision for your trees.