No matter how much tree care we provide, sometimes the weather can render the most sound tree unsafe. For instance, if your tree is struck by lightning but doesn't fall, this doesn't mean that it is safe. If the tree is still standing, it may become subject to disease. This is why if you suspect that your tree was hit by lightning during a storm, it is a good idea to call us to take a look at it. Upon investigating the tree's condition, we may recommend tree cutting to ensure that your property remains safe.
Another issue with trees that weather can worsen is trees that grow and have a V-shaped pattern. This shape can create too much stress on the tree's canopy, making it vulnerable to branches snapping and breaking off during heavy winds or an ice storm. One way we can save trees with such a structure is to use our cabling and bracing method. This helps strengthen the tree so that strong winds won't cause branches and limbs to fall. However, if the V-shaped structure is unsafe, we may recommend tree cutting to prevent severe damage to your property or injury.
One more critical issue with trees is when they are under attack by pests or fungus and an ice storm or heavy winds blow through. This type of weather could cause huge branches or limbs to fall onto your house or car from the high wind gusts or heavy ice. This is why we treat trees for disease and try to help them get healthy again so that they don't turn into torpedoes during bad weather. But if we determine that the damage is irreparable, we encourage you to get our tree cutting service to prevent any hazards.
Don't let the weather turn your tree into a threat! Contact us right away to resolve any issues with your tree using our tree care services or to get tree cutting in Mobile. We're experts at cutting down large trees. You won't' regret it!