The process of dead-wooding helps a tree to grow properly and maintain its overall durability. While a tree may be healthy, single branches can easily decay and die off. Furthermore, individual branches can experience diseases that have not spread throughout the tree. Arborists can remove these branches to prevent spread of the disease and encourage healing. Removing the branches will make way for new growth. This is often done during thinning.
Dan’s Grounds Maintenance will be able to assess branches and determine which ones need to go. Cuts will be made to the dead or damaged branches off in a manner that will improve the health of the tree. Removing these branches also reduces the chances of bug infestation. Bugs are often attracted to dying branches, eventually spreading throughout the tree. Removing these branches will ensure that the tree stays healthy, beautiful, and strong throughout its life.