Fallen trees and branches due to severe weather and other factors are one of the leading causes of electric power outages in the United States. To prevent outages, trees around lines will need to be pruned back to promote healthy growth, “train” the trees to grow away from the line, and keep the area safe.
Yes! Pruning is an essential part of caring for your trees and promotes growth, prevents branch failure, and removing unhealthy growth. It also keeps branches away from power lines and your home, preventing damage and outages. Up Next: What Is The Best Time Of Year To Remove A Tree? Here is what you should know […]
While healthy trees add value to your property, they can cost you if improperly cared for. As a property owner, you have a legal duty to inspect your trees for defects that may result in harming people that visit your property. This legal obligation is known as “duty of care” and applies to municipalities and […]