Deadwooding or dead wood removal is a term that us “tree guys” have termed for trimming and removing the dead wood off your trees. It’s inevitable that branches will die off, and as they do, it’s important to remove them. This process can prevent issues with falling dead branches and debris in public locations or gardens. Deadwooding helps the tree “come back to life” and enhances its strength and beauty.
Knowing when your tree is at risk for branch death
Unfortunately, branch death is an unavoidable part of a tree’s life. More often than not, trees will receive sunlight from only one side, leading to a surplus of nutrients on one side making it imbalanced. It is important to keep an eye on your trees, particularly in suburban and urban areas, to ensure that they are receiving adequate light from all sides.
Benefits of removing deadwood from your tree
- Deadwood tends to attract pests and critters that can have a detrimental effect on the overall health of your tree.
- Dead branches easily fall off, which can pose significant danger to people and animals walking beneath them.
- Dead branches can deeply affect the aesthetics of your trees, which can have an overall negative effect on the landscape of your property.
Why choose Ethical Tree Services for removing deadwood?
Our team of skilled climbers and tree experts can access the tops of tall, old trees with ease. Before any job, we look at the health of each individual branch prior to making the decision for removal. Deadwooding is an essential part of tree care.
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