Posted on September 9, 2010 with No Comments
Have you ever had a Tree on your property that you thought may be rotting from the inside out and concerned it may be a danger to your family or home? Whether you’ve owned you’re home for years or in the process of purchasing one, you should have the trees inspected.
Trees in many cases can appear healthy on the outside even though a Carpenter Ant infestation or a cavity could be lurking on the inside. If you see mushrooms protruding from the base of a tree, something is happening on the inside.
JP McHale offers a service that utilizes a device that can measure the density of your trees beyond visual limitations. A probe is inserted into the tree by one of our specialists and a graph is generated highlighting a weakened interior.
Even healthy trees can pose a threat to people or property enhanced by strong winds, snow and rain. A hollow or rotten interior can increase that risk considerably.
Contact our Tree and Turf Department for more information about our new service!