Having hazard trees on your property can be very risky. Without proper attention, these trees can damage your property such as the roof or walls of your home, your cars, and more, or be a threat to your family’s and your neighbors’ safety. If you believe that a tree on your property is hazardous, you must make a move. While some situations happen unexpectedly, there are ways for you to prevent hazard trees.
Hazard trees are those that pose risk to humans and property. According to the U.S. Forest Service, a tree is considered hazardous when it has a structural defect that makes it possible for it to fall down. You don’t need to be in a forest to encounter hazard trees. Make sure you properly inspect the trees in your property because a hazardous one can possibly be in your backyard.
While some trees grow with structural defects naturally, some become hazardous over time because of lack of proper maintenance. To prevent hazard trees, take note of these tips below.
For expert assistance, Aardvark Tree Service is here to help. We will help you find ways to prevent hazard trees in Daytona Beach, Port Orange, New Smyrna Beach, and nearby areas. Call us at 386-233-5069 to get a free quote.
Jon is a 20-year tree professional, and has a passion for serving Volusia County with the finest tree service in the market.