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Tuesday, January 26, 2021 @ 04:01 PM
posted by Brad Pannone

At their healthiest, trees can provide shade, beauty and extra wildlife on your property. Unfortunately, when trees are compromised in health, they can be a real danger to your family and your home. It is important to know how to recognize when a tree needs emergency tree removal.

Knowing When a Tree Needs to Go

It is not always easy to detect a tree that needs to be removed on your property. However, here are some basic warning signs that can let you know a tree is at risk for falling and injuring something or someone below. continue reading

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Tuesday, July 9, 2019 @ 01:07 PM
posted by Brad Pannone

Shrub Care Cumming GAShrubs, bushes and hedges are often overlooked and undervalued compared to the colorful plants and flowers in your landscape. However, your trees and shrubs offer numerous benefits. They can enhance your home’s curb appeal, provide natural privacy screens, and be an attractive complement to lawns, gardens and hardscapes.

Trees and shrubs, however, must be maintained. This is done through trimming or pruning services. Unfortunately, when trees and shrubs becomes overgrown and misshapen, there is a notable negative impact on the appearance and value of your home. continue reading

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Wednesday, December 20, 2017 @ 07:12 PM
posted by Brad Pannone

Cumming GA Landscaping ServicesIt is always important to keep a watchful eye on your trees. Detecting dead trees before they fall and cause damage is preventing a major safety concern. However, it is not always easy to spot a dead tree, especially if it is in the winter! Trees don’t have leaves in the winter to signal to us that something is wrong. Furthermore, the winter season is a time of rest or dormancy for trees. So how do you tell if your tree is dying or just simply resting?

Dormancy for trees allows a time for the tree to rest or conserve energy before producing springtime foliage. The dormant tree, however, has bare branches and minimal activity, which can resemble a dead tree too. To ensure you don’t ignore a dead tree or cut down a tree that is dormant, follow this three-step check: continue reading

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Thursday, December 22, 2016 @ 03:12 PM
posted by Brad Pannone

Pannone's Lawns Pros & Landscaping Water Features Cumming GAYour trees can be one of your oldest and most valuable assets, but they can also be your biggest liability. Dying trees that are not removed in a timely manner can fall down, damaging surrounding property or even hurting someone. OSHA (the Occupational Safety and Health Administration) reports that on average, there are over 100 landscape and tree fall fatalities every year.

How do you avoid fallen tree damage? Consider a professional tree inspection. At Pannone’s Landscaping and Lawn Pros, we offer a full menu of tree services to help you protect your trees, your property and your family. The following tree services can help you avoid a dangerous tree accident:
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Wednesday, July 20, 2016 @ 08:07 PM
posted by Brad Pannone

Pannone's Lawns Pros & Landscaping Water Features Cumming GAFalling trees contribute to tragic deaths and tens of millions of dollars in property damage each year. This leaves many homeowners with the responsibility of knowing how to spot a dangerous tree so that it can be removed before it causes harm. It is best to inspect your trees every season, especially the ones that are over a play area, near your house or close to your neighbor’s property.

You can conduct a comprehensive tree inspection and detect dangerous trees by examining the following four zones:

The Overall Tree.

This involves putting yourself at a distance from the tree so that you can get an accurate view of its overall shape, growth pattern, fullness, etc. Is the tree leaning more than usual? Are there areas of dead branches or thin leaf coverage?

The Ground.

It is possible that the tree stands tall, appears green and healthy, yet has a compromised root system. A tree’s root system is vital to its support. There are structural roots that anchor it (the visible roots) as well as absorbing roots (the numerous roots below the ground that carry soil nutrients). Inspect the ground around the base of the tree for the following:

  • Visibly rotted or cracked anchoring roots
  • Fungal growth (mushrooms) near the roots and trunks
  • Cracked or raised soil (sign of uprooting)
  • Dead branches on the ground

The Trunk.

The trunk is what supports the weight of the branches and keeps the tree from toppling over. To detect a failing tree trunk, look for areas of weakness or disease. Are there cracks, cavities or “bald spots” (areas of no bark) on the trunk? Also, do you see signs that insects have attacked? Insects often attack a sick tree’s trunk, leaving visible holes and sawdust shavings. These are all signs that your tree’s trunk is sick or has a fungal infection and needs treatment.

The Canopy.

The canopy inspection involves examining the tree’s branches and leaves. Here you’ll want to look for signs of dead wood, a red flag of a dangerous tree. Dead wood is easily spotted by the presence of branches that don’t have any leaves or branches that have shedding bark. In addition, look for broken branches after strong winds to spot weak areas in your tree that may be decayed or diseased.

If you are concerned about the health of one of your trees, call us at Pannone’s Landscaping & Lawn Pros for a professional tree service and inspection. Your treatment may include nursing a diseased tree back to health, addressing an insect problem, cleaning out dead branches or complete tree removal. We always seek ways to save your existing trees, but never at the risk or expense of a dangerous tree posing harm to your family or causing property damage.

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