The storm was vicious. Winds howled. Rain fell in sheets. At times it seemed the sky might break apart.
You were concerned about your trees … and for good reason. The damage following was evident: limbs broken, maybe a downed tree or, worse yet, one that fell on your house or garage.
This isn’t time to play do-it-yourself arborist. When dealing with storm-damaged trees, hire the most experienced tree removal service in Washington County: Dorshak Tree Specialists. Their proficiency in removing and cleaning up tree storm damage spans three decades.
Tree removal is no job for amateurs. A falling tree can damage power lines. If a tree or sizable limb lands on a structure, gravity tugging at the heavy wood creates dangerous tension. One incorrect move can cause increased damage or, worse yet, injure someone close by.
Dorshak Tree Specialists has the safest, most advanced equipment to remove storm-damaged trees. Its Altec Remote Controlled Tree Removal system reaches 92 feet to cut and remove pieces of storm-damaged trees, all in one motion. The Altec can grasp and lift whole trunk sections, too. It’s a fast, safe way to remove fallen tree limbs or sections, and avoid additional harm.
Time is critical in these situations. A downed tree, or broken limb, atop a structure or vehicle gets more dangerous the longer it’s unaddressed. Dorshak Tree Specialists usually provides same-day emergency storm damage service in and around Washington County. If a storm causes widespread havoc, the wait might be a day or two as situations that threaten life and limb are handled first.
Dorshak Tree Specialists knows well the procedures and protocols of insurance companies on submitting damage claims from downed trees at Washington County properties. You won’t be alone during the process.
What causes trees or limbs to fracture? Strong winds typically damage trees during storms. Collected heavy, wet snow can snap limbs in winter.
Trees can fail for other reasons, too. Roots die. Excessive water collects at the base. Prolonged drought weakens overall health.
Some trees are just more robust than others. Branch strength can vary, for example. Native tree species often withstand harsh Washington County weather better.
In situations where branches break, the resulting wound is an invitation to insects and disease. The limb stub should be cut back to the trunk to promote healing. The ISA-Certified Arborists at Dorshak Tree Specialists are experts at pruning broken limbs to minimize long-term effects.
If Washington County severe weather has left you with a downed tree or storm-damaged trees, contact Dorshak Tree Specialists to clean up the mess. Their tree removal service isn’t just about removing wood. It’s about preserving the health of your trees and, most importantly, you.
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