Baltimore and Harford County have been hit pretty hard the last few weeks with intense storms, including winds in the 70mph range damaging trees, powerlines, homes and structures all over. A lot of you lost trees or sustained tree damage in these storms. So the question is, what do you do with a storm-damaged tree? 

Determining whether to cut down a tree or leave it after storm damage has occurred depends on several factors. It’s important to prioritize safety, tree health, and property considerations. Here are some guidelines to help you make an informed decision: 

Get a complimentary Tree Assessment from one of our arborists.  It’s recommended to have an experienced, licensed arborist or tree service assess the tree’s condition. They can provide an expert opinion on whether the tree can be saved, what interventions are required, or if removal is the best option. 

In summary, when deciding whether to cut down a tree or leave it after storm damage, it’s essential to prioritize safety and seek expert advice. Manor Tree Service can provide insights tailored to your specific situation and guide you toward the best course of action. Located in Glen Arm, MD, we’d be delighted to visit your property and help you make the best decision for managing the trees on your property.