Tree Remains and How to Dispose of Them
The weather is uncontrollable and unfortunately it brings along a few shakedowns. Factors such as hurricanes, tornadoes, or even heavy rain can cause trees to be ripped from the ground or broken in half.
Trees are extremely heavy, and when they fall they can cause a great amount of damage to properties, cars, and power lines. Depending on the location of the falling trees, it may be harder to pick up if they are located near power lines. The whole process cane take a while considering the tree must be cut into smaller pieces and the debris must be transported out. Besides the removal process, the tree can damage the roof, windows, electricity, and plumbing of the house.
Obviously, if a tree is tall and large, the cleanup will be more expensive and time consuming. It is important to allow the tree removal services crew to take care of any fallen trees. It is also important to consider the situation, if it looks like a tree is still up but is on the verge of falling dangerously, call the tree removal services right away.
Warner, Felicity. “After the Storm: What to Do with Downed Trees.” Better Homes and Gardens, 30 Aug. 2017,www.bhg.com/home-services/advice/after-the-storm-downed-trees/.