Posted on: 13 August 2018
There's nothing more luxurious than surrounding your home with tall, strong trees. You may have planted your trees yourself, waiting patiently over the years for them to become the proud specimens they are today, or maybe you were lucky enough to purchase your home complete with an established garden. However your trees made their way onto your property, they form a unique part of your home and one that's well worth looking after. But, no matter how much you value your garden, sometimes trees can start to make trouble, blocking the natural sources of light from your windows or causing significant danger as they drop heavy branches during strong weather. When this happens it's time to call in the services of a tree pruning professional.
If the trees on your property have started to concern you, you may be wondering about the options available to you. This article explains the benefits of tree pruning, to help you make an informed choice about the trees at your home.
Tree pruning involves removing selected parts of a tree to help it thrive. There are many reasons to prune, and the five most common include:
Health: Pruning is necessary when branches die, to stop them from being invaded by harmful organisms, and when disease has set in, to stop it from spreading to other parts of the tree.
Safety: Dead, unhealthy and misplaced branches pose serious dangers, as they can drop onto your house, vehicle or even family members, and pruning is vital in preventing a potential catastrophe.
Growth: If a tree is blocking too much light or growing in an irregular way, professional pruning can stimulate new growth in barren areas and minimise growth in branches that overhang your home and driveway, breathing new life into the look of the tree and your property as a whole.
Fruiting: For fruit trees, regular pruning is vital in fostering a healthy tree with a high fruit output.
Views: If you're lucky enough to have gorgeous views at your doorstep, keeping your tree in great shape will allow you to enjoy both your garden and your view.
Sometimes a tree is beyond help, due to advanced disease. When this happens your tree loses the strength in its roots and limbs, and professional removal is vital in ensuring the safety of your property and your family.
There are many reasons for tree pruning but, in the end, there's only one that really matters. Take good care of your trees, and they'll take great care of you and your family for years to come.Share