If there are some that are witnesses to history and the passing of time, and will probably still be here once we’ve passed away. . .that would be our resident shade givers. History that is quite literally embedded and can be seen in their trunks. They’re usually the ones standing in the background, either a natural aesthetic or just providing us with air to breathe. But what if the time has come for you to give that piece of history sitting in your yard its rightful due? Whether that’s giving it a makeover or completely letting it go, you wouldn’t want to do it half-heartedly.
While tree trimming or removal may not be at the top of your Priority List due to the current situation of our world, it will not completely abandon the trees that have kept us company through the years.
Whether you’re planning on treating the trees in your yard or you are simply canvassing for the future, we’re here to provide you with the MUST knows about tree removal and trimming.
Trimming and Removal: Difference and Which Should I Choose?
In layman’s terms, tree removal simply means cutting down the whole tree, removing it from the property, and getting rid of the stump. This is usually the best choice if you have some plan to renovate or put something up in your yard—like a small playground and the likes. Sometimes it is also essential for safety purposes and should be done by trained professionals.
Tree trimming, on the other hand, only requires removing several or specific branches of a certain tree. Usually, but not limited to, it involves getting rid of decaying or infected branches which is not only beneficial for the tree’s aesthetic but to its growth as well.
These are just some of the reason why you should consider having that tree trimmed or removed:
Of course this comes first and foremost. Whether it’s on your own house or your business property, having someone get injured due to a falling branch is not a possibility you should take lightly. Whilst prevalent during the winter season, this hazard could occur at almost any time of the year. So for the benefit of your children or customers, it’s better to start considering having the trees in your property trimmed once they start looking worse for wear.
No one wants to look at a tree that looks like it’s about to collapse any time soon, right? It’s better to just remove it altogether than have it looking out of place in your considerably high class looking yard. However, it would still be better to start early by trimming it before it’s too late.
- Tree Growth
If you’ve grown attached to the tree in your property, then it’s best to start taking care of it for the long-term. Ironically, you can actually gain a lot by trimming a tree’s branch. It would ensure that every part of the tree would get enough resources and nutrients and therefore increase it’s growth.
And to ensure that your tree is in good hands, we highly recommend that you consider getting professional help when handling tree removal and trimming. Contact us for more information on hiring tree service and we’ll be sure to help you all the way!