How To Prevent Tree Damage From Occurring In addition to saving homeowners millions of dollars a year by cutting down dead or dying trees that have become dangerous to houses and homes everywhere by threatening to fall on roofs, drop branches, or encourage mold growth, and by treating trees that may have become sick or infested in some way before they get worse, tree services offer another way that they can save owners a lot of money. Most homeowners have experienced this at one time or another, and many have regretted not doing anything about it. Perhaps right now you currently have no trees in your yard that pose a threat to your home or safety in any way but you do have trees that suspect might become a threat to your house in time. You want to know what you can do to keep that from happening so that you might not have to undergo an expensive and disrupting tree removal in the future. Enter "tree consulting" Many tree services offer a service to clients at low or even no cost that amounts to "tree consulting." Since tree services are the local experts on the trees that grown in your area, if you suspect a tree might, at some point in the future, become a very real problem for you and your home then you can have your local tree service come over to examine the situation and have them give you knowledgeable and expert advice on what you might be able to do to prevent or limit the likely problems from the tree in question. What kind of advice might you get? Well, this depends largely on the nature of your exact situation which will vary widely from client to client but you can expect your tree service to tell you things like: • When a tree is likely to become a problem for you. When it will overgrow your house, and when it might start "raining branches" on your roof. • Whether the type of trees you have in your yard are prone to any types of diseases that you should be on the lookout for in the future. • Whether there are any local fun guess or insects that might be prone to attacking your tree and causing structural damage that could prove a concern. • Whether or not the root system has firmly taken hold to keep the tree in place, and if not, how to make sure this happens. • Whether or not it seems as if your tree is leaning strongly to one side or the other which could increase chances that it might eventually fall over. • And most importantly, they cannot predict the future, but they should be able to provide a reasonable picture of the overall likelihood of the chances your tree(s) might at some point in time, pose a threat to your house or home.
Getting a "tree consulting" from your local tree service is an invaluable way to save yourself from expensive repairs and sometimes years of grief in the future.
Published on Jul 24, 2013