Your Satellite TV or Your Tree: What to do in the Event that Trees Block Your Satellite Signal

Posted on: 8 June 2017

If you have trees in your area and your satellite dish signal is suffering, the trees may be to blame for the weakness of the signal. In winter months, deciduous trees that have shed their leaves may let some signal through. However, in spring and summer months when those trees are in full bloom and growing, if they are to blame, you'll notice a serious reduction in the quality of the signal.
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How to Tell if the Next Storm Could Bring Down Your Tree

Posted on: 5 June 2017

In 2016, one of the most ferocious storms in 50 years tore through Australia, with powerful winds bringing down trees all over the country. If there is a particularly large tree in the vicinity of your property, you need to ensure that it is sturdy enough to stand up to strong winds. While you may not be able to predict the weather, with careful examination, you can determine whether or not your tree could become a hazard in the next big storm.
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