Some preemptive attention to trees in your yard now may prevent storm damage for the future

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By Staff

Preventative care is the buzz word when it comes to our health. Why not the health of our trees, too? After the Tuesday storms of late January and early February many homeowners may be blaming some of their trees for their woes. A smashed car or roof and the cost incurred cleaning up a fallen tree are unpleasant. Consider this: Perhaps the expense of cabling a tree or thinning out its crown would have been worth it after all, if it would have helped the tree withstand the storm?

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