~The tree can be saved
If the tree has a treatable disease or pest issue, don't automatically consider tree removal as the only option.
This is a prime example of why you need to consult with a tree service about the tree(s) ub question. Make sure the tree service you look to for advice has a certified arborist on staff as they can help you assess your tree’s overall health and also provide possible treatments that can save the tree from being removed.
~ The tree itself lowers your energy bills or provides windbreak
For example; If the tree is near the house and provides a significant amount of shade, it can lower your air conditioning bill. Or, in the winter this tree can provide windbreak.
~is improves curb appeal and the value of your property
If your tree improves the look of your home – and its value – think twice before removing it. what you may not realize it that it is well manicured trees and healthy-looking trees that capture people's attention and give your home curb appeal. In addition, a well designed landscape with appropriate trees will always draw a higher selling price than a lot with no trees or ill-chosen trees. I would suggest that if the tree you have enhances what your existing landscape, then, of course, do not remove the tree!”
This consideration is especially important for older, larger trees. A large tree takes 4 to 5 decades or more to grow. It is not worth it to cut it down.
Trees also provide privacy, particulary for homes on smaller lots. Don't give up your privacy unless you absolutely have to!
~you just plain don't like the tree
You certainly don't have to like every tree on your lot. But, just because you don't doesn't mean you should remove it. A tree is more than just a plant. It provides us with many, many benefits and cutting a tree for the wrong purpose is plain foolish.
Thanks for reading,