NEW YORK, Sept. 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- This hurricane season, Colorado State University, the authority on hurricane metrics, predicts there will be twenty-five percent more storms than average.(1) With the average cost of a hurricane's damage at around nine billion dollars, it is vital that homeowners do their part in protecting themselves and their community. To aid in this process is New York Tree Removal with 3 quick tips to prepare for upcoming turbulent weather.
First and foremost is giving trees a professional tree trim. This practice ensures that during a storm there are fewer loose and extruding branches to break off, crashing into nearby homes. Additionally, a more rounded tree is surprisingly more aerodynamic; thus, it is able to withstand higher hurricane wind speeds without falling. After a trim the tree will also have fewer leaves to catch high-speed winds that would pull the tree over. As a side benefit, tree trimming with New York Tree Removal is also a common beautification practice, allowing clients to knock out two birds with one stone, protecting from storms and enhancing landscapes.
Sadly, sometimes trimming is not enough. Some trees may be so old and fragile that trimming alone is not effective protection against a storm. As a result, there is a second option of preemptive tree removal. A tall, decaying tree next to a home is hazard whether or not weather is coming. To make matters worse, many homeowners insurance plans refuse to cover tree damage as companies claim the damage was preventable. To combat this defeat is New York Tree Removal's services, providing clean and quick removal of any precarious-looking tree. Though it can be hard to say goodbye to a decade-old tree, it is simply the smart decision, and it is not worth risking a tree fall onto a beloved home.
Finally, if a tree fall does occur, New York Tree Removal has a last line of defense: their emergency tree services. New York Tree Removal will send one of their trained inspectors to survey the damage and give a free quote. This way the staff understands the pressing nature of the damage and can respond with the needed speed. Do not be like one of the blissfully ignorant homeowners who find a tree atop their home and leave it there because there " it is not doing any harm." The tree will slowly put pressure on the roof and eventually cause it to cave in so act before emergency becomes disaster. With these three services provided by New York Tree Removal, anyone can become a secured homeowner in any storm.
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