Winter best time to examine trees for structural problems

In this article with DelawareOnline, Mike Hadley, assistant district manager for Kerns Brothers, a Davey Company, tells homeowners why winter is a good time to examine trees for structural problems. 

Posted: Jan. 4, 2017 

By Moira Sheridan

It’s time to think about the future – but not mine. My trees’.

Winter has an unforgiving way of laying bare their hidden faults, exposing weaknesses and forcing introspection.

This year an ominous knell sounds every time I walk the morning loop with the dog. As we step over fallen branches or spy mounds of humus accumulating where it shouldn’t, I dread the decisions to come.

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