While repairing storm damaged trees, there are three main types of damage that we deal with.
After a big storm blows through your area and damages one of the trees in your yard, you may think that the tree is done for. However, it’s important to keep in mind that not all storm damaged trees need to be removed. In fact, at Hudson Tree Services, we see many trees make a full recovery after they sustain serious storm damage.
We have extensive experience in Ontario repairing storm damaged trees and will do everything we can to salvage the damaged tree on your property after you reach out to us. Typically, while repairing storm damaged trees, there are three main types of damage that we deal with:
• Branch wounds – In most cases, branch wounds that occur in a storm can be fixed easily with a little bit of pruning.
• Trunk wounds – Although some trees with a damaged trunk can be repaired, this type of storm damage usually results in the need for the tree to be removed.
• Root wounds – Since root wounds can weaken the foundation of a tree, it’s essential that you let us take care of the resulting damage to ensure your safety and the safety of your family members.
When it comes to repairing storm damaged trees, we rely heavily on our 15 years of arbor experience. If you’d like to know more about what you should do when one of your trees sustains damage in a storm, please contact us at Hudson Tree Services today.