Sanford, FL (PressExposure) August 19, 2009 -- /1888PressRelease/ Orlando residents watching News Channel 13 today may have seen Tree Work Now owner Evan Keller and Certified Arborist Tom Griffith pointing out potentially hazardous tree limbs at a Central Florida home. One of their customers was also interviewed. The clip which can be viewed at cfnews13.com also touched on various trouble species, including invasive, non-natives.
As multiple storms brew in the Atlantic, some Orlando homeowners are getting serious about preparing their property for high winds. Dead, leaning, or unthinned trees which fall on homes are among the most costly of storm-related clean up costs. Hollow, rotton, and low-hanging branches from otherwise stable trees can also cause significant damage.
Tree Work Now is offering free storm-readiness assessments. You may request yours at http://www.treeworknow.com. Although Tree Work Now is experiencing a high volume of pre-storm operations at the moment, it has enough machinery and manpower to serve your needs as well. Jim Phillips or Dani Keller, Tree Work Now's Orlando area estimators will give you a prompt, pressure free, and educational evaluation of your property's tree needs. If you prefer, you can make the appointment by phone at 407-416-2704.
For those who would simply like to learn more about proper tree trimming and tree removal in the Orlando area, Tree Work Now's website offers informative articles on a variety of related topics, including how to avoid price gouging, how to choose a tree service, the importance of Workers' Compensation coverage, and proper techniques for structural tree pruning. Here is the link to this page of resources: http://treeworknow.com/tree-service-articles.php
Tree Work Now hopes that Orlando residents take the necessary steps to secure the storm-readiness of their trees, especially trimming threatening branches and removing threatening trees. Tree Work Now is on hand to offer its expert advice for those who may not know whether the condition of their trees presents a hazard. We wish a safe hurricane season to you and yours.