Posted: February 04, 2022

In this KOIN 6 News article, Dash Schenck from Davey's Portland, Oregon, office gives advice on what to look for on your trees before a winter storm hits, and how to start preparing your landscape for spring. 

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PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — A tree service company in Portland is hoping people inspect their trees ahead of storm season. 

Dash Schenck, the district manager of the Portland office of The Davey Tree Expert Company, spoke with KOIN 6 News about the importance of inspecting your trees before spring. Schenck said unexpected snow or ice storms – like we had last year – can create havoc for homeowners.

“Going out and inspecting your trees to make sure that there is no dead in them or there’s no hazards,” Schenck said. “We can address those problems before they become a bigger problem. For example, if something were to fall or break and land on your home or car.”

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