Regular trimming, or pruning, is extremely beneficial to your trees. It may seem like you’re losing a lot of your tree at first, but you’ll notice that the new growth coming in is thicker and has a better shape. It’s actually a lot like getting a haircut! If you find dead branches on your tree, those need to come off, and here’s why!
Removing dead branches is a safety issue. If there is a storm, strong winds, or some other weather event, those branches can come flying off and cause damage to people, property, or other trees. Plus, when the arborist is trimming your trees, they will do a general checkup to assess the overall health of the tree.
Pruning is particularly important for young trees, as it aids in their development. Proper trimming helps young trees develop a strong, shapely branch structure. For more mature trees, the pruning will help make the branches less dense. Decreasing the number of branches helps them stay healthy. Water and sunlight can be more evenly distributed.
Increase Curb Appeal
Trimming your trees regularly will help to enhance their natural beauty. It gives them a nice shame and gets rid of the dead parts. What’s left over is full, lush, beautiful branches. Keeping your trees looking their best can also help your property value. Whether you just want to beautify the exterior of your home or you’re trying to sell it, tree trimming benefits your whole property!
Tree Care for Every Tree from Nelson Tree Specialist
Nelson Tree Specialist provides specialty arborist services, tree crane services, tree care services, and dead tree removal services. We are well known for our top-notch skills and professionalism. We are members of the International Society of Arboriculture and we are considered certified arborists. We are also an accredited business through the Better Business Bureau and we have great reviews on Angie’s List. To find out how we can help your trees, whether they are exotic and strange or normal and plan, give us a call at (301) 854-2218 (Washington, D.C.) or (202) 909-5662 (Baltimore) or visit us online. For more interesting tree facts and tips, follow us on social media on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.