Dead wooding is vital in any tree to remove the hazard of possible injury to someone or potential damage to property. It is also very important for the tree’s health.
Deadwood is created by a tree’s defence mechanism and can either fall out unexpectedly or as a result of windy conditions. The deadwood also provides habitat but some of the occupants such as borers and parasites, which has the potential to infect or harm the tree. This task also improves the general appearance of the tree.
The areas we concentrate on are:
- Dead, broken or diseased branches
- Decayed and structurally weak limbs