By brockstree6211894, Jul 15 2016 07:34PM
The damaging effects of storms are generally caused by falling tree limbs and/or branches. Even though there is no guarantee it will prevent destruction, it’s a good idea to keep the trees in your yard trimmed and in good health. When the ground is soppy and the wind is at high levels, roots are more likely to fail and tree limbs to break. Winter storms can be some of the most destructive forces of nature on trees, with heavy ice causing limbs and entire trees to split and collapse. For home owners, this can be a huge inconvenience, and that’s why preparation for inclement weather is recommended. There is no way to completely prevent property damage from storms, but with a trained professional’s input, things can be done to assure the least amount of damage possible. There are problems that can be invisible to the untrained eye, and dangerous to repair by an armature, but with some help from experts in the tree business, appropriate treatments are available to help trees and bushes endure rough weather, so that you can feel safe and ready to face the storms ahead.