Pine trees can be very dangerous when they are in an urban environment. Due to the shallow root system of pine trees, they can easily be blown over by wind. When you remove just a couple of trees, this problem becomes worse with trees that are standing alone and vulnerable to damage. It is important to keep pine trees a safe distance from homes and infrastructure like power lines. Here are four things you need to know about pine trees:
1. Higher Cost Of Your Homeowners Insurance
When an insurance appraiser comes and looks at your home, they will look at the trees you have. Pine trees pose a threat to people and property, which is something that will be considered when writing an insurance policy. If you have pine trees too close to your home, it is likely that the insurance company will make you pay a higher insurance premium to insure your home.
2. Danger To You Family From Falling Branches
Pine trees have high canopies, and when branches die, they can easily fall and cause injury. It is difficult to get to the canopy and remove these branches, which is another reason why you may want to have pine trees removed. It does not take much wind to cause branches to fall, which can happen at any time.
3. Costly Repairs To Electrical And Telephone Utilities
If your home does not have in-ground utilities, pine trees that are too close to the power or telephone line can fall and cut off service. This can be a problem in winter if you have heating systems that use electricity service. You may want to consider having any pine trees near utilities removed to prevent problems with your electrical and telephone services.
4. Trees Falling And Causing Serious Property Damage
Because pine trees are tall and have shallow root systems, they can easily fall on your home. It is a good idea to remove any pine trees that are close enough to fall on your home and cause property damage. You may also want to have them removed from areas close to things like landscaping, fences and swimming pools to keep these areas safe.
These are some of the things you should know about pine trees that are dangerously close to homes and infrastructure. If you have pine trees on your property that need to be removed, contact a tree service like Carlos Tree Service Inc to take care of the problem for you and keep your home safe.Share
29 December 2014
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