For anyone who has lived in Nashville or Middle Tennessee, they understand the erratic behavior that comes with the months of March and April. One day it can be warm outside and the sun can be shinning. The next day Davidson County is receiving Winter Weather Advisory alerts and we are all shivering next to the fire.
But with the fickle weather comes extreme and dangerous situations. Take the ice storm this past week for example. Unexpected and unprepared, trees and power lines get a lot of the trouble that comes with ice and the drop in temperatures. And then we are left with damage and without electricity for hours or even days. So how can we avoid this? Well, some of it is unavoidable, unfortunately. Some can be prevented with the help of the Parke Company.
Regular check up and tree care maintenance — Call the Parke Company to keep track of your regular tree maintenance. Making sure your trees are healthy and all the proper tree care is maintained will ensure less risk of problems when dangerous weather occurs. Cabling, weight reduction, crown thinning and tree health care are all services under the Parke Company that will only reduce risk of injury or damage and increase the longevity of your trees.
Emergency tree service — One of the most crucial parts about the Parke Company is their emergency tree services. In the event disaster strikes your trees during a winter or ice storm, the Parke Company can assist. Their services include getting trees off buildings and removal of trees from the roadways. For additional information or to contact the Parke Company about their emergency tree service, contact them here.
We all want this winter to be over, but it would be unwise for us to not acknowledge that March and April are months can be erratic in temperature and severity. Keep the tree maintenance up, call the Parke Company for landscape and lawn needs, and keep the Parke Company’s emergency tree service phone number in your phone book. Anything can happen; stay safe, Nashvillians!