Tree Trimming & Planting
Check for power lines first.
Before trimming a tree, check carefully for nearby power lines. If you find one, contact your local electric utility before you proceed. Touching a power line with a tool or tree branch can cause a shock or start a fire.
Don't trim trees near power lines.
Only licensed, qualified tree trimmers are allowed to work near high-voltage lines. Don't risk it yourself!
Plant trees far from power lines and equipment.
Determine how tall and how wide the tree will be when it is fully grown. Then plant it where it will not come within 10 feet of power lines or other utility equipment. Before planting, call the local one-call utility locator service to be sure you won't contact buried utilities when you dig.
Don't trim trees near power lines. Plant trees where they will not grow to reach power lines.
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