Will Your Tree Survive the Winter?

AYLES is hoping to keep you safe this winter. Snow, ice EvergreensSnowC1312_3and wind are dangerous enough without you having to worry about stray limbs and in some cases whole trees falling around you.

It can be difficult to know when tree removal services are necessary in your own yard. Preemptive strikes can save you a lot of risk and peace of mind if you have trees that are in bad condition. There are many things to consider if you are concerned about a tree endangering you and your yard.

Are there dead limbs hanging from the highest branches that could fall and could cause injury or damage? Are there hollowed areas around the trunk or main limbs of the tree, indicating weakened structure and deteriorating health?

V-shaped forks in trees are statistically proven to break more often than any other, including U-shaped forks. It is also good to keep an eye out for heaving soil (soil containing large amounts of moisture) since it can be the warning sign of a poor root system that will fault in bad weather.

Emergency tree trimming is no problem for AYLES. We handle a wide array of problems and work towards the optimal solution for you.

The most important thing to remember is the lifespan of a tree is hard to predict. Just because your tree survived the last eight years through winter and severe storms doesn’t necessarily mean it will stay that way.

Give us a call or contact us online for a free estimate today.

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