When we think of hazards on our environment, floods and storms are likely to come up on our mind but often, weather also causes the danger that is not thought of, the falling trees.

Trees are doing better than bad but if the tree on your property is not being take care properly, this could possibly cause serious damage if the branches or the tree itself will fall in your home, your car and power lines and even people. However, there signs that may serve as a warning of having a possible danger in the future. So, you should inspect your tree for possible danger in a systematic way to have the problem fixed and avoid accidents in the future. Visit Our Site for other tips and ideas on how to care for your tree and for proper maintenance.

Here are some signs you should look for:

Start from the top. There is danger when trees are topped or the top has been cut off. Topped trees are prone to diseases that weakens the tree. Its top is also heave because of the regrowth of the crown but the branches are weakly attached.

Look for a dad branch or a dead part of a tree. This is the most common problem to arise and might cause immediate danger therefore need to be removed immediately. This will bring great risk to you or your property if not removed. And the risk of falling becomes greater when the weather becomes nasty because these branches could fall anytime.

Insects and disease are also a problem that could that could cause serious hazard. Although this case needs a certified arborist to be identified its specification of the disease or insect that has caused the problem but if you are attentive, you could also notice this problem that arise but only the arborist could assess if your tree should be cut off or it could possibly be saved.

Other diseases are invisible to the naked eye because the rot is from the inside. Still there are signs even in this case. Often times, the evidence of this kind of disease is the display of mushrooms growth and this could be a sign that there is a decay causing fungi. There are times that this disease is visible, you can see rotten wood in some parts of the tree. Although not all holes inside a tree is a big danger, you do not have to be an expert arborist to know if the tree could compromise its structural integrity and could be a danger.

Also look for the growth pattern of the tree in your property because even if the tree is growing naturally, it could still be trouble like if the branch or the trunk is growing parallel to one another or the branches is forming an acute angle.  This is called codominant trunks and branches. Codominant branches are formed from included bark and it forms between the two branches. The area where they come together is weak.

It is important to have these signs checked so that you could take appropriate action and reduce the risk brought by a tree that is not in good shape.