Check Before Lopping
Check Before Lopping
Many people love having the beauty of nature in their back yard. Sometimes, however, this life-giving scenery can prove a bit tricky. Trees in storm season for instance can become weapons of destruction rather than a relaxing backyard vision.
For this reason, people start to look at lopping or removing what can become dangerous in their yard in order to protect themselves and their homes. This action is a very acceptable one but if the tree doesn’t really need to go, it’s better to leave it.We know how important it is to have trees in our environment so removal is not necessarily a good thing. It is therefore a good idea to have experienced tree loppers check what’s in your yard before and after storms hit.
Expert advice all the way
At Performance Arboriculture, we are the specialists in large and gum tree removal. Our expert team will visit your property, ascertain whether or not you are at risk and provide you with an honest solution that will ensure your home is protected.
Taking trees away from your back yard is a big process and we strongly recommend you contact us and don’t attempt the job yourself. If you are concerned, however, about what’s happening in your back yard here are a few ways to see if you need a professional.
Do you need an arborist?
There are ways you can tell if you need to contact us at Performance Arboriculture for a closer inspection. Keep an eye out for low hanging branches that are not attached well or trees that are leaning. These can quickly become an issue in a raging storm.
Cracks in limbs or trucks are also signs that there is something going on and professional assistance may be required. Of course, any decay you spot should be checked out too. If you have any concerns, you only need to give us a call and arrange an inspection.
We have extensive experience in all matters relating to trees and understand in particular the importance of staying safe during storm season. For this reason, we are available 24/7 for contact if you have a storm-related emergency. It may not always be a case of taking the tree away but just a matter of lopping some branches and securing what is left.
The only thing you have to lose is a tree, but you gain your safety during storm season.