As the weather gets warmer and the days grow longer, your attention may turn to your lawn and landscaping and making sure they are green and lush. But what about the health of your trees? While your landscaper will focus on the beauty of your grounds, they may not pay attention to the vitality of the trees or woods around your property. With summer approaching, the risk of severe weather such as wildfire and high winds increases. In addition to harsh weather, infestation and disease can easily damage unhealthy trees and cause damage to your home and property nearby. That’s why, each spring, it is important to inspect the trees on your property to make sure they are truly healthy.
Consider the following when evaluating trees and the surrounding area on your property:
If you detect any of these warning signs, it may be time to hire an arborist for a professional opinion before an unhealthy tree causes damage to your home and property. Click here to find a reputable arborist near you and schedule an appointment.
For additional tips regarding maintaining your tree’s health and recognizing basic problems yourself, check out this resource for more information.
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