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The Hazards That Come With Pruning & Tree Removal

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TORONTO - eTradeWire -- There are a lot of serious injuries and fatalities they never get time on the news. Accidents caused by unskilled tree removal and tree pruning are among them. Most of these accidents happen on private property and are not often witnessed by the public other than the immediate family. Buying a chainsaw to hack down a tree is easy, but pruning or removing a tree safely is a different story. Five Star Tree Services wants you to understand why it is important to hire professional arborists to perform tree care safely.

Regular Safety Updates
Professional teams will often hold monthly meetings to go over current safety measures that have been put in place as well as those that should be added. If there were any near misses or accidents, those will be reviewed to see if they could have been avoided. Contrary to popular belief, a fall to a hard surface from a height as minor as 10 feet can be fatal.

This is one of the many reasons that professional arborists will only use ladders that are roped in. They have also been trained in the specific use of rigging, heavy equipment, chainsaws, and how to work safely at height. To gain the title of an arborist, you will have to have trained under a master arborist for at least three years.

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How We Can Help
Being safe is always better than being quick. Working with the professionals here at Five Star Tree Services will ensure that your trees are trimmed or removed in a safe manner. Contact us now at (416) 990-3355 to find out more about our services.

Our Website: https://www.fivestartreecare.ca/
šŸ“ž Phone: (416) 990-3355
šŸ“¬ Email: info@fivestartreecare.ca
šŸ“ Location: 156 Duncan Rd, Richmond Hill, ON L4C 6J8

Five Star Tree Services
(416) 990-3355

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