Step 1: Assess the Damage
You should evaluate your trees carefully. For assistance in evaluating tree damage, contact our professional tree care specialists.
Step 2: Take Safety Precautions
It is important to consider the potential hazards associated with working on and around storm-damaged trees.
Step 3: Resist the Urge to Do It Yourself
- Storm-damaged trees may be in contact with electrical wires. Direct or indirect contact can cause electrocution.
- Broken limbs dangling overhead in trees or on roofs may fall.
- Trees and limbs under tension may react unexpectedly when cut.
You may be tempted to begin clean up and remove downed limbs and debris yourself. If large limbs are broken or hanging, or if above-ground chain saw work is needed, it's a job for a professional. Removing trees or branches in close proximity to electrical lines or structures requires knowledge and experience. Mistakes can be costly, causing property damage, injury, or death.
Whether your watching a limb tangle above your garage or fence, neighbors car, or sabotaged yard after a storm, A-1 Ron's Stump & Tree Removal is here for you!