Red Trucks the Sign of a Professional Tree Cutting Service for Spring Cleanup After Harsh Winter

tree-trimmingLong, dark, cold winters can be difficult on the human psyche. For some its finding daily remedies for the winter blues, while for others it’s a more complicated diagnosis called seasonal affective disorder (SAD) which often requires professional medical help.

Harsh winters also have a large impact on our yards (trees, shrubs and plants). Cleaning up or remedying the damages that winter has inflicted may require more than just a family day of yard work. It may require a professional tree cutting service and the large red trucks carrying the proper equipment and Ayles’ professionals to do the job.

Trimming trees and removing trees from your property can be a dangerous undertaking. Without the proper equipment and knowledge of how to operate the machinery it can also be extremely dangerous. According to a study completed by the United States Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) more people are killed while trimming trees than doing any other logging activity.

Signs a Professional Tree Cutting Service is Needed:

Credentials, equipment and experience is what a licensed, bonded and insured tree service, like Ayles Tree Service, Inc. and its red trucks brings to the job at your home. Beyond all that, safety is the number one component as to why tree trimming and removal should be left to the professional. Many homeowners find it easy enough to prune a shrub, trimming and creating a well rounded, healthy tree is a different and more difficult matter. Contracting a professional tree cutting service brings peace of mind and greater chances that even broken trees can have longer healthy lives.

Signs that a professional tree-cutting service is needed:

  1. Large branches and limbs threaten a homeowners roof or that of their neighbors  Large branches or limbs falling on a roof could be troublesome. On a neighbor’s roof it may raise liability issues when substantial damage is caused. Instead of risking such an outcome, call a professional contractor (Ayles Tree Service, Inc.) where machinery (Hi-Ranger bucket trucks) and knowledgeable professionals can prevent any such mishap.
  2. Buried cables, sewer lines and sprinkler systems can become endangered by entangled tree roots. Oftentimes, this calls for the tree removal or the uprooting of a tree. To complete such a task larger towers and chippers are needed. Ayles Tree Service has five towers reaching up to 70 feet. Our Morbark Hurricane Chipper will take logs up to 14 inches in diameter. We also have a three Cerco  and one Hawk loader that can haul wood and logs up to 20 feet long.
  3. Ice can uproot a tree. It was predicted recently that Atlanta could lose a quarter of its trees due to its severe 2014 ice storm. This occurs because the added weight of the ice becomes so heavy that it snaps the tree or pulls the tree up by its roots. Removing the down tree requires trimmers, grinders and augers to remove the stump. It’s a load of work. The sight of Ayles’ big red trucks insures the job will be done right, while eliminating any possible danger and unnecessary stress.