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The Bear Story

Bears are amongst one of the most adaptable and versatile mammals on earth; their behavior stirs awe, wonder and curiosity as well as fear in the best of us; all of which can also be said about trees. During winter the bear will go to a cave or to hollow tree trunk to hibernate, not because of the cold, but because there is a lack of sufficient food to be found in the winter.

During hibernation the bear can lose upwards of 40% of its body weight - burning their fat for fuel – they don’t eat or drink.

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Storm Damage

Severe storms can take their toll on Arizona’s trees. This is especially true for those trees of the shade and ornamental variety. Throughout the state, trees have suffered from not only windstorms and flood damage, but also from vehicular damage. While most damage to Arizona trees is relatively minor; usually consisting of a few broken branches; there have been several instances where severe damages have occurred.

Assessments

Once we receive your call, our consulting arborists will recommend the best course of action, based upon your specific situation’s needs. If your tree presents minimal damage, and is still structurally sound, then it has a great chance of surviving with the proper care. However, if this is not the case with your tree, then it should safely be removed as not too become a hazard.

Tree Removal

Occasionally trees may be uprooted due to severe windstorms and flooding. For trees less than 25’ feet in height it’s possible to treat it in such a manner that it will be able to grow stronger with each passing day. However, trees higher in height over 25’ feet should safely be removed, so as not to jeopardize your safety. For information on this service, please click here.

Proper Trimming

Storm damaged trees should be properly trimmed, taking into consideration their specific structural mechanisms, and maintenance needs. Limbs should be trimmed where the branch and trunk of the tree meet. By following ANSI A300 guidelines, we make all necessary cuts to ensure your tree heals quicker, while halting the potential for decay to occur. To read more information about our trimming service, please click here.

Preventative Maintenance

There are several things that you as a tree owner can do in the prevention of future storm damage. These steps will also help your tree defend its self against insect infestations and diseases. First, keep your tree health by fertilizing and watering them, which will allow them to grow vigorously. Lastly, regularly trim dead and weakened limbs, and thin excess branches as needed. For more information on this service, please click here.

Contact Us

Even the most severely damaged tree can survive if given half the chance. If you are faced with the dilemma of attempting to save or remove your storm damaged tree, don’t delay in contacting Branch Management Tree Service today, for our expert assessment and high-quality tree services. We provide services for residential, commercial, and governmental client’s valley-wide, so give us a call today, at (480) 970-1315.