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What Kind Of Shape Are Your Trees In?

Posted on December 11th, 2020

What Kind Of Shape Are Your Trees In?


Do you have pine trees on your property that are dying at the top? Are there oaks surrounding your home that look like they could come crashing down at any moment? Are those of the pecan variety lurking about and dropping dead limbs all over your shed? If you answered yes to any of these questions, don't fret, trustworthy assistance is only a phone call away. We offer various services to Texas residents, including but not limited to trimming, pruning, and removal.

The trees mentioned above are not the only ones our team works on. Hence, regardless of what types are giving you fits, we've got your back. The technicians can maintain and keep them healthy and strong. They can also remove dead trees to eliminate the eyesores from your view.

Doing nothing could be a recipe for disaster. Then again, so could taking matters into your own hands, and the following sections will explain why. Therefore, interested parties should stick around and read on to learn more.

 

DIY-Tree Projects Can Lead To Falls

Approximately 500,000 people are treated for ladder-related injuries in the US each year. That is a lot, to say the very least. Broken bones and fractures can come to fruition from the events. Neck, spine, and brain injuries can arise too. So can lacerations, punctures, and contusions. One misstep is all it takes for a person to be in pain and agony. These incidents can also claim peoples' lives.

Our professionals are equipped with the tools and equipment they need to complete jobs safely. They have the experience and skills to tackle even the most challenging tasks without getting hurt. Allow us to handle your tree-related matters, if for nothing else, so that you can keep your feet firmly planted on the ground where they belong and stay safe.

 

Leaving A Dying Tree As-Is Can Spell Trouble

Some people have home insurance to cover damages when disasters strike. However, just because a person has the coverage doesn't mean they should allow a dying tree above their home to do as it pleases. Sure, after the policyholder pays their deductible, the insurer will take care of repairs. Filing a claim can cause problems in the long run, though. Insurance companies are notorious for raising peoples' rates following claims. So much so that your premiums could go through the roof if you decide to go that route. Give us the chance to take down your dead tree and keep rate increases at bay.

 

Auto Insurance Might Not cover falling Limbs And Trees

Yes, we have all seen the insurance commercials on TV with branches crashing through vehicle windshields and agents telling policyholders they're covered. That may be true for folks with full coverage policies, but many drivers only carry liability insurance. That means they are liable for damages to their cars.

If a limb comes crashing down on top of their rides, or a whole tree for that matter, they could be responsible for the cost of repairs out of pocket. When things are too bad, individuals might even have to buy new vehicles. Don't leave anything to chance as these expenses won't be cheap. Instead, let us take care of your trees and avoid such headaches. Contact Tree Removal Service to schedule an appointment today.


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