We had a strong wind storm last week and I've been getting a lot of calls for uprooted pines because of their shallow root base. Customer of mine calls me yesterday and says that the 20 ft pine by the corner of the house upooted and he wants to know if I can put it back up because he's selling the house and it looks bad. The tree is a Norway Spruce and when it uprooted it took about a 4ft diameter and 2ft deep rootball with it. I was gonna put plywood across the lawn and take the skid close to the tree, hook up a comealong, pull it back up and put about 5-6 good stakes tied around the trunk and hope that it'll take root again in the spring because a couple major roots were severed in the uprooting. I told the customer that there's a chance the tree wont make it and he understands and just wants to get it up for appearance purposes but I'm wondering if there's anyhting I can do to give the tree a better chance at surviving. And yes we do carry a commerical applicators license if there's any chemical treatments involved.Thanks.