Storms can take you by surprise. It can come at a time that is most inconvenient and can destroy your property in no time. Further, storms can affect your trees which in turn will result to even more damages to your property. That is why it is important that you know how what to do when a destructive storm hits your property. It can be overwhelming to do the clean-up yourself, that is why using tree service can come in handy.
You can help your tree survive a storm by assessing it beforehand so that you will know the kind of care it needs. If you know that a storm is coming, inspect your trees for the following signs of disease or damage:
If you are not confident in assessing your tree on your own, you can ask help from a professional tree service to evaluate your tree's health. If they see any possible hazard, they should tell you and offer a solution to the problem. Some services that can be offered by them are:
Storm Tree Damage & Debris Clean-Up
Storms can leave you with a mountain of rubbles and debris. It can be overwhelming to deal with and inconvenient as well. Do not go out there without making sure there is no more lightning and there are no downed power lines in the area. Survey your tree for damaged branches and split trunk. If you are sure that there are no possible hazards in the area, you can begin cleaning by yourself.
You can do something to help your trees recuperate after a storm. Mulching, fertilizing, and proper watering is just some of the things you can do to assist in the recovery of your tree.
If you see any more damages to your tree, you can consider the following tips when trying to figure out what to do next:
Cabling or bracing can save your tree if it has a toppled branch. You should not try to save it on your own because it can be dangerous and cabling requires an annual inspection.
Some people opt for the cheap solution and end up regretting it. Someone might offer you help in cleaning up, but you have to consider you and your property's safety. It is necessary to seek help from the experts who know exactly what to do in this situation.
If the clean-up damage is too extensive or dangerous, please call Eugene Tree Service for a free estimate.
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