Christmas is the season to be jolly as families come together to bond and celebrate. The snow also gives families the opportunity to engage in outdoor games together as they throw snow balls at each other. However, as you enjoy, you need to be sure there are no potential accidents or incidences that could occur in your yard or compound.
One of the things that could pose a danger to your safety is the presence of hazardous trees in your yard. Hazardous trees may not appreciate the snow and may end up causing harm to you and your loved ones or even neighbors. The following infographic explains the characteristics of hazardous trees:
From the information above, you can assess the trees in your immediate surroundings to identify those that might be hazardous and ensure they don’t cause unnecessary accidents.
Hazard trees need to be removed as early as possible – that is, before they cause accidents. The following post discusses this further:
Why choose tree removal?
Dead branches or trees can be hazardous, especially when snow and ice begin to pile on them. These elements add extra weight to branches, and often result in falling branches or even toppling trees. That brittle wood just cannot take the weight. The last thing you want when temperatures are at their lowest is a tree falling on your power line, knocking out a window, or crashing down on your car. Instead, you can take preventative measures now to remove old, damaged trees, or just take out the concerning branches. Read full post at Cleveland Ohio Landscaping…
As the post explains, a hazard tree may probably be on its last moments of life, so it would do you well to avoid the havoc that comes with the inevitable unplanned fall.
You also need to be careful about who to contract for tree removal to avoid getting a raw deal. The following post explains this in detail:
Advice to Homeowners who need Trees Removed: Check for a local license
CEMA officials and Savannah’s Mayor Eddie Deloach repeated warnings Tuesday to homeowners who need trees removed from houses, yards and other areas after the hurricane. “There are people who will rob you,” warned Deloach.
He told of hearing from one homeowner who had received a quote of $14,000 to remove two trees which Deloach said was much too high. He and county officials are advising homeowners to ask to see a local license from any contractor. While many tree cutting contractors are coming in from out of town and even out of state, they are still required to obtain a local license from either the city of Savannah or Chatham County. Read more at WSAV…
As the post above describes, while it is advisable to get professionals to perform tree removal, you also need to get the right licensed company. If you are looking for professional tree removal services in Fredericksburg Virginia, we’re here for you. Call us today!
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