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After we moved into a new home, I realized that the trees out front needed some serious attention. They were overgrown, tired-looking, and a little dangerous, so I started working with professional arborists to have them trimmed. It was a lot of work, but before we knew it, things had really improved. By the time they were finished pruning the branches, the trees didn't block the view of our home and we really felt like they would bloom better in the spring. Check out this blog for more information that could help you to keep your trees happy and healthy.

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3 Protections Residential Dead Wooding Tree Services Offer

There are a variety of residential tree services that homeowners may not know exist. They also may not see the importance of maintaining their trees to preserve their health. Many of them attempt to perform activities such as tree pruning. Some of their actions are dangerous for them and others. They also may not realize that they could cause property damage or damage their trees. 

Dead wooding is a service that some individuals need for their trees. It involves removing upper branches and limbs to protect trees and property and to promote safety. This tree service involves removing dead branches and limbs. These dead portions are usually tricky or impossible for homeowners to recognize from the ground level unless they are hanging. The following points highlight a few of the benefits of dead wooding.

Protect Against Utility Outages

Trees that grow near utility lines pose a threat if they are not carefully monitored. Their branches and limbs may grow over utility lines. This overgrowth can lead to outages that impact electricity, cable, Internet, and other services. The branches and limbs may not be dead, but they need to be cut to avoid the inconvenience of outages. The owner of an overgrown tree may not have major concerns about temporary outages. However, it is an issue that could impact nearby neighbors too. Many neighborhoods have utility lines that are shared. 

Protect Tree Health

Dead and diseased portions of a tree need to be removed to prevent them from spreading to other parts of a tree. These compromised parts can continue to harm the tree unbeknownst to a homeowner. This is because of the location being at the upper portion of the trees. A tree may look healthy and normal in the lower areas yet have severe signs of sickness and decay in the canopy. The diseased or decayed portions are prone to breaking off, and they can damage healthy areas of the tree as they pass through them.

Protect Humans and Pets

The removal of risky branches and limbs promotes safety. It reduces the chances of heavy branches and limbs falling on humans or their pets. The impact of heavy branches and limbs can be forceful enough to cause bodily injury or death. 

A tree professional is a good resource to use to learn more about dead wooding. They can explain the process and how dead and diseased portions of trees pose threats. Routine tree services usually alleviate these worries because trees will regularly get inspected. 

Reach out to a local tree service to learn more.