Winter is coming. Are you sure that your trees will make it through the winds, snow, ice, and cold in one piece?
Winter weather, especially winter storms, can be tough on trees. The wind and snow load can break branches and even bring down whole trees. Freezing temperatures can cause trunks to crack and split apart.
Don’t risk having a tree fall on you, your house, or your property – not to mention your neighbor’s house or property (but if it does, here are some insurance considerations to think about).
Now is the time to carefully inspect your trees for defects or damage that could be made worse by winter weather. Here are some tips on how to examine your trees to see if they need some work before winter arrives.
You can also check our article on the seven important tree defects to identify and address – each of these can cause dangerous conditions for you and your family.
If you think that any of your trees are potentially hazardous, or if you’d like us to examine your trees, please give us a call at 203-240-1302.
The best time to assess your trees and address any hazardous conditions is right now – before winter wreaks havoc on your trees.