Here in South Western Manitoba, we’ve reached monsoon season. We have had a lot — I mean A LOT – of water. Besides the flooding and general state of emergency that was declared, super saturated soil is trouble for trees. Why?
When the last storm came through, we saw twisted and ripped apart trees. The winds were so strong, the weaker trees broke apart.
What we are seeing now is that the trees are simply lying down. We are seeing a lot of maple trees. They generally grow fast, and big, then die.
Fallen trees are a really challenge. When we do regular tree removals, we operate from experience and know-how. When a tree has fallen or is hung up on a roof section, what we have is what Chris likes to call
a spring loaded death trap
We got to pull out a lot of the super tools, that we normally don’t get a chance to use.
We worked for ten hours to make these homes safe. The first maple was approx 70 feet long (not tall – see what I did there?) the second was 60 feet long and the third was around 50 feet long.
After we finished at 8:30pm, we went to visit two more homes. But that is a story for another day.
If you need help because there is a tree on your home, call Chris and Reta of Bee EZ Tree Service at 204-730-0368