Think of tree care as an investment. A healthy tree increases in value with age and pays big dividends by increasing property values, beautifying your surroundings, purifying the air, and saving energy by providing cooling shade from summer’s heat and protection from winter’s wind.
Regular preventative maintenance, designed to promote tree health and structual integrity, ensures a tree’s value will continue to grow and prevents the development of more costly problems in the future.
Pruning is one form of maintenance. It is often necessary to remove dead, diseased or insect-infested branches and to improve tree structure, enhance vitality, or reduce risk.
Removal is needed when a tree is dead, dying, considered irreparably hazardous, is causing an obstruction, or is crowding and causing harm to other trees.