Several factors can cause trees to fall, some of which are beyond your control. If there are strong winds or heavy storms in your area, they can make large tree branches to break and tree trunks to splinter and split. Such environmental factors are beyond human control, especially during the winter. However, if you don't maintain and regularly inspect your trees, they can contract diseases and weaken. When a tree falls on your backyard for whatever reason, it is essential for you to take the following steps to ensure your safety and protect your property.
21 March 2017
Stump removal is an important process which should be performed after a tree cutting project in your residential property. In ideal circumstances, the stump will decay and the tree roots will die eventually. However, this process takes a long time, and it can cause extensive inconvenience. In simple terms, a tree stump in your property will be unattractive and even lower the likability of your home. Moreover, the stump can cause tripping accidents and subsequent injuries.
10 March 2017
Trees can provide the much-needed shade from the scorching sun during the summer months while adding a beautiful natural look and feel to your home's exterior. However, they can become a pain when some of their branches overgrow and hang over your roof. Tree branches can scrape against the roof's shingles and damage it. Also, when the leaves fall on your gutter, they can lead to mold, degrade the gutters, and cause leaks.
7 March 2017
Popularly used in many outdoor applications, treated pine is an ideal choice for a treehouse. If you are thinking about building a treehouse or a playhouse for your kids, treated pine may be the best option. Here are five reasons why you want it included in your project: 1. Treated pine is affordable One of the reasons treated pine is so popular in building projects is its cost. This wood is typically cheaper than alternatives such as oak.
17 April 2015
In March 2015, a two-year-old Victorian toddler was killed when a gum tree fell onto the family home during a storm. While this tree was on council property, there have been plenty of other instances of property damage caused by trees that were part of a continued dispute between neighbours. With winter on its way, this is the last chance you have to arrange maintenance for trees on your property, and to come to an arrangement about those that are overhanging into your neighbour's yard.
14 April 2015