During several recent storms, we lost the top half of three large trees in our front yard. Two were poplars and one was a sweet gum. They ranged in height from 50 feet to 80. So now the remaining trunks are 25 to 40 feet. Can we leave these and expect branches and leaves back or do the trees need to be cut down?

Since this issue is related to tree stability and possibly failure in the near or long term future, it cannot be answered without an onsite assessment of the trees’ current condition. Please contact us to set up an appointment or contact a certified arborist of your choosing to make a proper qualified assessment of your trees.

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