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Brisbane tree lopping
During the hot summer months in Brisbane and surrounds property owners can do one of two things to
prepare for the oncoming weather conditions like flooding and high winds. They can do nothing about
looking after their trees and then have to pay for any clean-up that ensues or they can be pro-active and
get rid of damage or unhealthy trees..
Weather your trees are decaying from insects or bacteria or they are just too old to stand up to the
elements, either way you need to know what you are looking for in order to not put your property or
people in harms way as the weather declines brisbane tree lopping services.
There are some simple way to reduce the potential damage that can be inflicted by unhealthy trees and
here are some to keep in mind:
1. Know what to look for with your trees. Unhealthy trees are easy to identify and then action can be
taken immediately to either have them pruned or removed.
2. When a storm comes through re-check your trees to see if any damage has been done to branches or
trunks and then either get them lopped or removed as required. this will prevent any unforeseen
damage when the next storms roll through.
3. If you're not sure if your trees require cutting back or removal then seek out the services of a
professional tree care specialist who is arborist qualified. You can find them easily by doing a search
online for 'tree services' or 'tree removals'.
4. Large trees can be especially dangerous and caution should be taken to ensure they do not grow to
close to your home as lightening strikes and damage from broken branches can cost thousands of
dollars should your hoe, roof or structures suffer trees services.
5. While it may be a big effort to remove large trees that are close to your house you can simply plant
some more large trees in a more convenient location so that any potential danger is minimal.
6.Check for branches that are close to power lines. Do not attempt to cut back any branches that may be
close to power-lines yourself. Make sure you call your local electricity supplier and get them to advise
you on the best course of action. Most of all, do not let your trees and branches grow freely close to
power-lines as this is very dangerous should a branch bring down your power-lines.
7. Trees or branches that are close to neighbors property, fences or home should also be looked at
closely to determine how safe they are should bad weather hit your property. Again, this is probably
best let to a tree care specialist to advise you on the best and safest course of action to take with all the
trees on your property.
Keeping your property safe from potentially dangerous trees or branches is just common sense. Do not
attempt to fix any problems yourself, especially with large trees as it could end up costing you an
enormous amount of time and money to fix if it all goes wrong. www.splinterstreelopping.com.au