Hardly a month goes by without our Colorado winds causing damage to trees. In the aftermath, property owners are left to clean up debris, trim broken branches, remove toppled trees, and—all too often—head for the emergency room.
This year’s winter has been a mild one with late March temperatures approaching the eighties. But Colorado residents know that Mother Nature isn’t ready to call quits to winter until mid-May, and she may be holding some snow and ice storms in reserve.
Colorado’s winter storms can do a number on your landscape. Strong winds, heavy snow, and encrusted ice can snap branches, topple trees and blow plant debris and mulches across your yard and hardscape.
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