Dead wooding involves the removal of dead branches and limbs from the crown of a tree, as well as removing small parts that are already dead or decaying.
By removing these dead pieces, we can help encourage new growth in your trees. Deadwooding also eliminates potential hazards posed by weak or damaged branches during stormy weather conditions.
Additionally, it prevents pests from inhabiting your tree’s weak areas and spreading disease throughout its crown.
Our qualified arborists use professional tools to clearly identify unhealthy branches so they can be removed safely and without damaging the surrounding healthy tissue.
We also take into consideration the effects of removing dead wood from trees and ensure that it does not negatively affect the overall health of the tree.
Importance of Dead Wooding
Leaving any type of diseased or dead wood untreated can lead to various problems. It may attract pests and cause lasting harm to the tree.
Additionally, the existence of dead or diseased wood can pose a risk to health and safety, since branches may fall unexpectedly.
The tree’s branches could cause harm to pedestrians and also pose a risk of damage to vehicles and property passing by. Dead wooding can help reduce these risks, while ensuring the structural integrity of your trees.
Benefits of Dead Wooding
- Reducing pest infestations – pest infestations are common in trees with dead or decaying branches.
- Increase tree health and vitality – deadwooding helps to promote new growth and healthy branches.
- Improve structural integrity – deadwooding helps to protect against unexpected branch falls.
- Reduce wind resistance – removing dead or damaged branches can help minimize the risk of trees being uprooted during storms.
- Reduce Risk of Disease – by removing diseased or dead wood, the risk of disease spreading throughout your tree is reduced.
Taking Care of Tree Dead Wood
Our local tree surgeons take great care to restore the tree’s shape and crown while removing dead wood. Additionally, we provide trustworthy tree surgery to the crown when removing dead or diseased wood from trees.
If dead or diseased wood is removed from a tree without proper care, it can result in the tree becoming unbalanced or irregular.
Why Choose Arborcare Tree Surgery
At Arborcare Tree Surgery we understand the importance of deadwooding and take great care in ensuring that all branches are removed safely and without causing any damage to the surrounding tissue.
Our team of qualified arborists have years of experience in assessing and removing dead wood from trees, so you can be sure that your tree is in safe hands.
If you have any questions about our deadwooding services or would like to book a free consultation, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.