Trees can be one of the most valuable assets of your landscape. Mature trees offer visual appeal as well as needed shade on your property. However, not recognizing a damaged or dying tree could pose a major threat. In fact, a tree that you assume is a luxury may actually be a liability. When a tree falls down, it can not only damage your property, but it can also cause serious injuries to your family, visitors or neighbors. If your tree causes damage to another person or property, you are held responsible. According to OSHA (the Occupational Safety and Health Administration), there are over 100 landscape and tree fall fatalities every year.
At Woodburn Landscapes, we want to help you avoid the costly damage and devastating personal injury that a fallen tree can cause. While there is no way to completely prevent a tree from unexpectedly toppling down during a bad storm, there are ways to ensure your trees are as healthy and strong as they can be. Our tree service experts can detect a dying tree and remove it before it causes harm.
Ways to Avoid Fallen Tree Damage
How safe is your current yard? Don’t wait until serious damage occurs from a fallen tree to realize you have a problem. Here are some ways that a professional landscaper can help you avoid the impact of a fallen tree:
- Remove Dying Trees
- Remove Trees Posing a Threat to Nearby Structures or Power Lines
- Clean Up and Evaluate Trees for Damage after a Storm
- Prune Your Trees to Prevent Overgrowth
- Nurse Sick Trees Back to Health/ Control Disease and Insects
If you are concerned about the health or position of your trees, call Woodburn Landscapes. We offer full menu of tree services, including pruning and inspection as well as tree removal and stump grinding. While we appreciate the growth of trees on your property, we also value your safety first. Let us evaluate your trees today to ensure you don’t suffer the consequences of a fallen tree during the next seasonal storm.