Summer storms have hit New Hampshire in a big way, with downed trees, toppled power lines and other damage spreading across the region. After the storms pass, and before the clouds darken again, homeowners need to seriously consider how hazardous tree removal can help keep their family safe and sound.
Danger of Downed Trees
When trees fall in the city or suburbs, everybody hears. And downed trees present a serious hazard to each person in the neighborhood. Broken branches, excessive loads, trunks and branches under extreme tension, all of these conditions can quickly result in injury, further damage and even fatalities.
Even if downed trees have not damaged your house, garage or other buildings, they continue to present a potential hazard. When the next storm hits, those broken bits can get caught in heavy winds, flying into nearby windows and vehicles. Cracked tree trunks and large branches attract wildlife, pets and curious kids, resulting in accidents and further injury.
Call the Tree Experts @ McGuinness
Hazardous tree removal involves more than clean up. Downed trees must be handled carefully, cut up and broken down with heavy-duty equipment designed for safe, efficient removal.
Professional tree removal services assess conditions and tackle the removal project carefully, dissecting the broken limbs piece by piece and leaving your property clean, safe and clear of potential dangers.
Industrial-sized wood chippers break down even the largest trees quickly, providing homeowners with valuable natural mulch. Established tree removal firms can also dispose of these wood chips, recycling the wood and helping to preserve our environment.
When dry weather conditions leave your trees vulnerable to strong summer storms, downed trees are the inevitable result. Keep your family safe by calling in the experts to perform hazardous tree removal as soon as possible. This service eliminates further risk and helps your family and property recover quickly from seasonal storms.