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We use directional pruning to minimize stress to the tree. This method allows us to train the tree to grow away from power lines by removing only select interior branches. Furthermore, directional pruning retains much of the tree’s natural crown. Tree Removal Some trees endanger power lines that can’t be managed by takedowntree.pwted Reading Time: 6 mins. Dec 12, Consumers Energy: If a tree falls on power lines after a storm, Consumers Energy states “In the aftermath of a storm, our crews will work 24/7 to trim or remove any tree that is interfering with power restoration.

After power has been restored and it is safe, it is the property owner’s responsibility to clean up trees or debris left on their property following emergency tree trimming or removal.”. Avoid driving in damaged areas. You might interfere with rescue or restoration efforts, as well as jeopardize your own safety.

Report downed power lines by calling FPL at OUTAGE. For tips on keeping your home safe from fire, visit the Florida Division of Forestry Web site. Safety is. My tree is growing into power lines. If you have a tree that is encroaching on power lines or will be in the coming years, you have some takedowntree.pwted Reading Time: 3 mins. Sep 12, In order to help maintain safety and electrical service reliability, your utility may either prune trees that are too close to power lines or will contact a tree trimming service to do so.

Although simply trimming a tree is usually enough, some trees that are at risk of damaging power lines during severe weather- like dead or dying trees or those with a shallow root system- may need to be. Aug 21, In my town, Southern NH, we were told by the local power company, PSNH, when we had a power line rubbing on a tree, that since the tree was on our property it was our responsibility to do something about the tree.

If the line came down in a storm and we knew this was a possibility, we would be charged for repairing it. The power company would. 5 more replies. level 1. EnigmaticSmegma. 2 years ago. It looks like the power lines are higher than any of the visible surrounding trees. Seems like somebody threw the branch up there. k. level 2. Trunigum.

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