Do you have an issue of dry, damaged limbs with a tree on your property? Why not give us a call to find out what we can do and receive a free, no obligation quote?
As a tree matures it is completely natural for it to produce dead and dying wood. The general process of “dead wooding” is to remove dead, dying and diseased branches throughout the crown.
This excerpt from Absolute Arborists provides a pretty solid look at what it is we do in the area of dead wooding. Here’s a more comprehensive list of the services we offer in this area:
- Removing dead, dry and damaged limbs
- Pruning the tree so that it will grow around any removed limbs
- Keeping a note of any limbs that appear to be dying
Removing dead, dry and damaged limbs
Tree limbs that are dead or badly damaged create many different risks. For one, these limbs could fall and cause serious injury or damage to property such as cars or houses.
We strongly believe that prevention is best and so we make a strong effort to ensure that any dry or damaged limbs are made note of and removed by our tree specialists as promptly and safely as we can.
Pruning a tree so that it will grow around any removed limbs
Once the actual process of removing limbs is done, things have the potential to get quite messy… And ugly! We at JK Cooper strive to leave each job site looking as professional as possible; this is one of our main goals, to be as professional as we can in dealing with your tree issues.
As such, one of the things we offer in the area of dead wooding is pruning a tree around dead branches to ensure that it retains it’s structural integrity and visual appeal. This is a task that our trained specialists can complete with great expertise as should be the case; improper pruning can result in quite the visual and structural disaster.
Keep a note of any dying limbs
The final area we’d like to cover in this article is our ability and promise to keep note of any limbs on your tree that appear to be in the process of dying.
If these limbs are left unattended, you will find yourself in the position that you were in before you called us for your dead wooding job; with the risk of falling tree limbs causing damage to property or injury.
But here at JK Cooper, we will bring these issues to your attention and ensure that our tree specialists keep an eye on the issue regularly and are able to devise a plan to deal with it effectively.
We hope this webpage has been helpful in showing you just what we can do you for you in the area of dead wooding. Do you have an issue of dry and damaged limbs with a tree on your property? Why not give us a call to find out what we can do and receive a free, no obligation quote?