Tree Cutting Operations – Removal of Deadwood
Are your tree’s branches dying off? With a tree cutting service from Protree, your canopies will be free of deadwood with ease.
There can be a number of reasons for this to occur, ranging from light deficiency, pests and disease damage to damage to the root system.
A dead branch will at some point decay back to the parent stem and fall off.
This is normally a slow process but can be shortened by:
- High winds and extremities of temperature
- Cutting tree roots due to development
- High foot and vehicle traffic damages underlying systems and reduces stability from the ground
Therefore, the main justification for cutting down trees involving deadwood is a fall risk – threat to safety.
The situations that usually demand such removal would normally be trees that overhang houses, public areas and gardens. Canopy thinning or small tree cutter operations can be used for trees in less critical positions with a smaller amount of dead material present.
Another reason for the removal of deadwood is amenity value, i.e. a tree with a large amount of dead throughout the crown looks more aesthetically pleasing with the deadwood removed.
Protree’s local tree cutters know your area’s arboriculture like no other. They have expertise with tree branch cutter equipment and ability to contribute to your dream landscape.
If our deadwood tree cutting, thinning and removal service is something you require, consider taking advantage of our range of tree services: