Tree trimming and tree-pruning are two different things. It all comes down to how the methods are used. Pruning, which is the act of removing branches that aren't needed or harmful, can be used to stimulate growth. Tree trimming focuses primarily on trimming overgrown branches. However, this can help the tree get more light and moisture.
A professional may suggest trimming the tree at different times to stimulate growth.
The unique facts of each situation may affect the rules regarding liability. Most homeowners will be responsible for the cleanup and repair. The homeowner's insurance policy might cover a tree that was damaged by windstorms. For more information, check your local laws or insurance policy.
Tree roots are difficult to get rid. You can remove the roots yourself using a variety of methods, but it will be time-consuming and costly. To get stumps and roots out of your yard, hire a professional.
The destination of a fallen tree can vary. A tree removal company might use it for firewood or sell it to customers. Or they might send it through the wood chipper to make it into mulch. The tree might end up in either a green landfill, biomass power plant, or other suitable place. The tree could be sent to a lumber- or chip-mill.