Storm Season Preparations
As every Queenslander knows, storm season can be a time of great destruction to both trees, and – in turn – your property. Although storm season typically begins around November, it can be a common occurance to start experiencing it as early as September. With this early arrival comes the need to prepare your trees to be able to withstand the pressures of wind, combined with the soft ground caused by extended rainfall.
The main danger concerning trees and strong winds comes down to limb breakage. If the tree in question is near your home or office, then the need to prepare the tree is substantial – as a limb falling on your property can cause significant damage. If your roof is affected during a storm, this can lead to further damage as the water seeps in.
While AllRound Tree Services runs an emergency response service for such situations, we will always recommend preparation as the best line of prevention. If you are concerned about a tree on your property, the best thing to do is to contact AllRound Tree Services to organise an inspection and report. We will arrive onsite, ascertain the risk that the tree in question presents to you and your property, and provide an outline for a solution at the best rate possible.