It’s important to remember that dead or dying trees or branches can fall at any moment, not just during severe weather and storms. Tree removal can be a dangerous task that should not be attempted by a homeowner. Attempting to remove a tree or branch yourself can create a very dangerous situation in which both people and property can experience severe damage. Although you should never attempt to remove a tree yourself, there are several things you can look for in order to determine if you should seek help from a professional tree removal company like Adirondack Tree Surgeons. Continue reading
In this blog post, we’ll continue our discussion about your rights and frequently asked questions regarding tree rights, responsibilities and ownership. We’ll dive deeper into the responsibilities you have as a homeowner when it comes to trees that belong to your neighbor that have fallen and caused damage to your property. In case you wanted more information about this topic, you can refer to our previous blog post, Tree Trimming Ettiquette & Your Neighbors: Know Your Rights.
Conflicts involving trees and neighbors can usually be avoided if you know your rights and have an understanding with your neighbor. Here, we’ll discuss the most common questions most homeowners have when it comes to trimming branches and trees that also belong to their neighbors. Continue reading
Each year, leaf peepers come from all over to experience fall in the Adirondack Mountains and take in the vibrant natural colors of the leafy scenery found in Lake George, Saratoga Springs, and throughout New York’s Capital Region. As the days grow shorter, the nights get colder, and one by one the leaves begin to fall, we are reminded that the snow and bitter cold of winter are not that far off. Continue reading
When severe weather strikes, it can cause devastating damage to trees, property, homes, and more. In this post, we’ll discuss the best ways to clean up storm related tree damage and how you can save thousands of dollars by preventing it from happening again in the future.
After the storm has passed, the cleanup and rebuilding process can begin. Before actually beginning the cleanup process, however, it is important to first assess the damage your trees sustained during the storm. A good rule of thumb to follow is that if you believe you will need power tools to Continue reading