Dead Wooding

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Why Your Tree Might Require Deadwooding

• Pests, disease or fungi growing on dead or dying branches.
• If dead branches are overhanging buildings, roads or pathways and may fall causing damage.
• Some of your tree’s branches have died during storms or drought.
• Lots of dead wood is clogging up the canopy of the tree.

Deadwooding is essentially the removal of all dead, dying, broken or diseased branches from the tree. This process is used to prevent any hazards that may be caused by falling dead branches to people or property. Deadwooding also increases the amount of light and air circulation within the canopy of the tree, reduces the risk of pests and disease, improving the overall health and beauty of the tree.

Dead limbs are not only a potential hazard, but also can be very detrimental to the health of a tree. Dead limbs provide a haven for insects, fungus and disease to manifest. If not properly removed they can create cavities, whereby exposing heartwood to hostile outside elements.

In order to maintain the over-all health of your trees the specialized trimming procedure of deadwooding is critically necessary. The term deadwooding is referred to as the removal of dead, dying or diseased branches within the tree. Not only providing resistance against issues such as insect infestation, deadwooding will also create a safe and sanitary environment for all of the trees in the vicinity and provide an aesthetically pleasing tree. If it is necessary for complete tree removal, you can also rely on us to remove unsitely stumps.

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