Why Tree Care Should Be Part of Your Budget
A weakened tree loses a branch that comes crashing down through your roof during a storm. You pick up the phone and call your insurance agent only to find out it’s not covered because this is considered an ‘act of God.’ Now not all storm damage can be averted but damage by trees is one thing you have great control over. It’s also a good reason why you should have tree care as part of your budget.
Had the homeowner had their trees and landscaping looked at by a professional arborist the weakened limb that caused all of the damage would likely have been spotted and removed. Tree care reduces the risk of injury and property damage, which reduces the financial risk to you.
Of course, we can’t forget the beautification part of this equation either. Trees that are well cared for add beauty to most any property and they increase the value of your home. They offer shade from the summer sun and protect from winds. Having your trees properly maintained every year ensures you have the healthiest trees possible and improves the longevity of your trees.
When you suffer storm damage that is covered by your insurance, calling the professionals in to clear the debris and ensure your property is safe from further damage. Whether your home owners policy covers you will depend on, make sure to ready your policy.
Tree professionals are like any other skilled service. They are experienced in their craft. They can safely remove limbs or whole trees they can trim your trees and deal with your overgrowth. They can determine what’s ailing your trees and treat them. Arborists can help you lay out your landscaping and recommend the best tree options for your property and then they can help you care for it, year after year continuously enjoying the beauty. Tree care is worth budgeting for.