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Showing posts with label arborist. Show all posts

When is it best to prune trees?

With winter about to take over, it is a great time to review your trees. If your trees may require extensive pruning, it is best done towards the end of winter. after the threat of cold cold weather. Deciduous trees lose their leaves allowing for great review of overall structure. Evergreen trees (trees with cones) remain silent and stoic, but will show weak limbs with snow sag or broken branches. Take some time to follow the path of sun, review the proximity to your house and roof lines, including your neighbours. Be sure to review yours and your neighbours utility lines (Electric, Cable and Telephone) for full contact, entanglement, or any aspect of interference. The time now to review these items will make it easier to address your 2024 tree pruning needs. Call us soon to review and book a time to address your 2024 pruning in a timely manner.

Dead Trees are a fire hazard - Dont wait to remove your brown tree

Do you have a brown tree in your yard? Most likely its dead. Dead standing trees pose a real fire hazard. Skip to minute 1 on this video to see an old dead Christmas tree, within  4 seconds the fire moves up through the tree and engulfs the entire tree.  Scale that up to a large tree in your yard and its easy to understand the need to address it sooner than later. Fireworks, smokers or even random incidents can lead to a fire.  Not only are dead trees a fire hazard, they also have reduced in ground structure. The root system lacks the adhesion qualities and characteristics of a live tree.  Don't delay, call us today, we can address your dead tree and improve the safety and security of your property, your neighbours and your local community. (skip to minute 1)

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