Arborist Brandon Smith of Chattanooga Tree Service is hoisted into a tree being taken down in Harrison. Homeowners with leaning or double-forked trees should check the tree's base to see if the ground is raised around it, a sign the tree may not be firmly attached.
Arborist Brandon Smith of Chattanooga Tree Service is hoisted into a tree being taken down in Harrison. Homeowners with leaning or double-forked trees should check the tree's base to see if the ground is raised around it, a sign the tree may not be firmly attached.
Photo by Shawn Paik .
published Friday, July 12th, 2013
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