Having A Safer Landscape

Hazardous trees do not only pose a danger to your property, but they can also put other people at risk for an injury when limbs fall to the ground. Several fatal accidents have already happened involving tree limbs falling to the ground and hitting people. But this can be averted if you heed the signs of a hazardous tree. If you do not take action now, you are not only placing your property in jeopardy but also your life and the lives of the members of your family living in that house. Having a safer landscape will always help avoid these dangers.

You can easily spot clues that a tree is bound to fail. For example, if your tree has large branches that are in tight forks, you must remove them as soon as possible. Cracks and decayed areas are also signs that the tree is failing. For root decay, look for mushrooms that grow from the tree’s base.It is vital that you become suspicious of a tree that has construction activities, like the removal of soil or dining heavy equipment. This kind of activity can cause root death, which may cause the tree to become unstable.

A hollow in a tree is a common sign. However, a large hole does not necessarily mean that a tree is hazardous. For many years, arborists practice cavity filling to fill those hollow trees. However, hole filling has been recently discovered that it does not support the health of the hollow trees.In fact, cavity filling is said to damage a tree.You should watch out for the wood decay fungi that create hollow as they can easily take advantage of the injuries of the tree as a result of rubbing the remaining parts of the tree that are still healthy. For aesthetic reasons, cavity filling may be necessary using new synthetic foams. They can bend with the tree, thereby, reducing injury.


To have a safer landscape, it is vital that you consult a professional arborist. It is especially true before the storms arrive. Your Way Tree Service Inc has years of experience in cutting, removing and pruning trees to ensure that safety of the property and the people living in there. They recognize security and performance standards, and we have liability insurance when we work on your property. Your Way Tree Service Inc are  proud members of the TCIA, and we will be delighted to talk to you about your tree’s health.

You may contact Your Way Tree Service Inc today to schedule a consultation at 818-882-2335

Having A Safer Landscape