Trees are a beautiful addition to any commercial property. They cool the hot summer air, provide shade, and absorb excess water from the ground. But be mindful because they could become dangerous if you do not take good care of them. The safest bet is hiring a professional commercial property tree service.
Since commercial properties are business related, they can get quite crowded. They can contain two or more buildings, resting areas, walking trails, and parking lots. People will frequently move around. As a commercial property owner, remember that if trees are close to any of these areas, they could become a threat.
Smaller trees could cover the view, especially near the road. Large and super-large trees can do even more damage. Their branches could dry because of disease, pest attack, or storm damage. Once they start falling off, they will damage cars and buildings or even hurt people.
Tree roots are dangerous too. Smaller trees have smaller roots but can still damage roads and curbs. Large trees can destroy underground systems, such as water and sanitary pipes, building foundations, and distort paths or parking lots.
Regular tree maintenance also helps the tree and the environment. Trimming and pruning remove sick and dry branches, and stimulate growth, while tree shaping and crown reduction reduce the tree’s size. Cabling and bracing will prevent hazards, and taking good care of your sick tree will stop the disease from spreading.
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We recommend you always hire professional arborists to care for trees on your commercial property. That way, you can be sure that your trees are getting the best service and that your property is safe.
Yes, but carefully consider which trees you will plant and where. Some trees might grow fast, and if they are too close to buildings, parking, or power lines, they could cause hazards. If you plant or transplant them to the right place, they can increase property value and act as a beautiful natural feature for all kinds of businesses and business environments.
Yes! You should regularly maintain all trees on your property, even if you are renting it. As an owner, you should ensure safety before everything else – regular tree maintenance and emergency and hazardous tree removal services are the safest options. Hire professional arborists and let them take good care of your trees!
Yes, as an owner of a commercial property, you will be the one responsible for your trees hurting other people. You could pay a fine, but people could also sue you for not providing safety on your property. If you lose the case, you will have to cover legal expenses, and probably pay compensation to your tree’s victims. Your insurance could cover a part of the payout, but the safest bet is to maintain your trees and prevent any accidents.
No, you do not have to be present during any tree service done on your commercial property. The most important thing is that you researched the company and agreed to a deal and that the workers have access to your property.