Tree removal is a hazardous process, and it is not safe to do it in stormy, windy, or rainy conditions. The best weather for tree removal is a sunny or cloudy and calm day. Our arboreal surgeons will decide if it is safe to work on the day when the work is to be done. If the weather is humid but there is no rain, or if it rains slightly with the possibility of lightening, the work will be carried out as planned.
Similarly, if there are intermittent showers but some periods of dryness, we will generally do all the work on land, such as covering and logging, as normal. An arborist (or tree surgeon) is a professional in the practice of arboriculture, management and maintenance of trees. If the downpours are continuous and the weather is unlikely to go away, most tree surgeons will postpone any work. Tree surgery is a dangerous profession at best and carries considerable danger, however, adverse weather of any kind can increase this risk.
High winds or gales are equally problematic for businesses, as conditions are too risky for most tree surgery tasks. As weather conditions progress, snow is one of the most damaging to tree surgery businesses, as it is too dangerous to climb and too cold to operate hand tools effectively. At tree removal companies, we understand that safety comes first. We take all necessary precautions to ensure that our arboreal surgeons are safe while performing their duties. We also take into account the weather conditions before starting any job.
If it's raining or windy outside, we will postpone any tree removal work until the weather improves. We understand that trees are an important part of our environment and that they need to be taken care of properly. That's why we always strive to provide quality services in a safe and efficient manner. We use the latest technology and techniques to ensure that our customers get the best results possible.