Everyone loves to spend time outside with friends and family but as the temperature begins to dip and storm season approaches, no one wants to be stuck staring at a swaying tree looming over their home. With standard hazard pruning and crown thinning services, your trees can stand strong against high winds with plenty of allowance for air to pass freely through the center of the tree.
Additionally, other measures should be taken to prevent falling branches and split tops. To ensure that your tree is healthy and safe for the storm season, you may consider cabling your tree and removing dead wood over 1/2″. High winds can bring dead branches to the ground, and even cause weak tops to split from the tree. Split tops are among the most common emergency tree response situation that we encounter during the season.
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