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With more icy weather hitting the Houston area recently, many homes and businesses saw a large number of broken branches, fallen limbs and toppled trees throughout the city. While much of the debris has been removed for safety reasons, there are still many trees throughout the greater Houston area with large dangling limbs or broken branches still attached to trees. While property owners might not consider this to be a major problem, these broken and damaged limbs pose a huge threat to personal safety and nearby property, so tree service professionals should be called to remove them immediately.
In last week's blog post, we looked at the many reasons why residential and commercial property owners allow unhealthy or dangerous trees to remain on their property. Today, we're going to look at how fruit and shade trees become unsafe or dangerous over time, and why they should be removed from commercial or residential properties. Property owners need to know if their trees are still safe to remain on their property before disaster strikes.
Trees are often one of the most distinguishable and notable aspects of a residential or commercial property. They can add tremendous aesthetic, environmental and financial value to a property, especially when they are healthy and well-maintained. However, too often property owners allow unhealthy or dangerous trees to remain on their property, threatening their own personal safety and nearby structures and buildings. Today we're going to look at the common reasons why unhealthy or dangerous trees are allowed to remain on residential and commercial properties, and our next blog post will focus on why it's so important to have these unhealthy trees removed by tree service professionals.
Trees can be a valuable and beautiful addition to any residential or commercial property. However, if a tree is planted in an inappropriate location, it can significantly hinder its growth, health and beauty, as well as that of the surrounding property. Before making the investment of adding trees to a residential or commercial property, it is imperative that Certified Arborists assess the property to identify the ideal location for tree planting. A tree's location makes a huge difference in the immediate and also long-term growth and value of the tree and of the property.
There are a lot of different options for improving the health, beauty and value of a residential or commercial property. Property owners can have shade trees planted, landscape gardens installed, or ornamental water fountains or stonework added to the landscape. However, improving the look and value of property is more than just adding features and landscaping – it's also important to prevent or remove elements than can harm or diminish the health, beauty and value of a property.
Mature trees are almost always considered an asset on residential and commercial properties, especially in Houston where shade is beneficial in reducing energy and cooling costs. Trees provide beauty, enhance our landscapes, and help with rainwater absorption to reduce flooding. Although trees often benefit the Houston area, there are a few instances where it becomes necessary to remove trees to preserve the long-term health and value of our property.
As one of the largest metro areas in the country by square mile, Houston is home to a very large number of beautiful trees found throughout the city. Because our expansive city has many trees, there is also a great need for tree care services near homes, businesses, parks, roadways, apartment complexes and community areas.
There are many reasons why people decide to tackle home and yard improvement projects on their own. Common reasons include updating the look and function of the yard, repairing or restoring a section of the property, or simply to add financial value to the property. However, one of the biggest reasons people choose to embark on a Do It Yourself (DIY) project is the belief that they will see substantial savings by performing the work themselves rather than hire a professional.
The Houston area is home to a vast array of trees that offer residential and commercial properties beauty, shade and economic value. While many plants and flowers in the area need frequent maintenance and upkeep, trees have an easier time establishing their roots and growing well with far less maintenance for property owners. For tree owners interested in protecting and promoting the growth, health and value of their trees for generations to come, there are a few important tips to remember.
In Houston's growing economy, businesses are always looking for innovative new ways to attract and retain customers or tenants. Over the last decade, Houston has seen extensive development both in residential communities as well as apartment construction. As a result, existing apartment complexes have been hit with a large influx of competition, meaning they have to strive even harder to attract new renters and retain current tenants. Apartment complexes can stand far above their competition by offering stunning outdoor spaces for their tenants to enjoy throughout the year.