WGST Advises Homeowners to Inspect Their Trees
Following Sunday night's strong winds across Atlanta , radio station WGST interviewed Susan Granberry of the Georgia Forestry Commission . The main question posed to Susan was: "what should people do if they are worried about their trees?" Susan's answer? Simple. "Homeowners should immediately inspect their trees following a storm." Excellent idea! We like that. In fact, we recommend regular tree inspections so that a property owner is prepared before any storms. If you have vary large trees, you should have them professionally inspected at least every 3 years. If you have never had your trees inspected, now is the time. A basic inspection costs less than the yearly maintenance inspections of your furnace - and a furnace is not likely to damage anything if it falls during a storm.