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Over time, tree crowns do develop loosely-attached branches – if ignored, these limbs can fall unexpectedly, leading to property damage and injuries. Diseases tend to attack trees limb by limb – through regular pruning, property owners can keep diseases from spreading.
We take care of the tree pruning service in Buffalo and the neighboring regions. In addition to improving the health and safety of trees, our pruning procedure boosts the aesthetic appeal of trees, giving properties a value boost. We try to be as responsive as possible, answering all tree pruning requests as they come.
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Benefits of Working with Professional Tree Pruners
Allowing professionals to help with pruning a tree carries numerous advantages. These pros are the reason our tree pruning service is sort after by thousands of property owners in Buffalo:
1. Property Safety
When pruning a tree, you will have to drop the cut branches to the ground and sometimes, trees being pruned are just next to important structures. If heavy branches fall on these structures, property repair costs could add up to thousands.
Professional tree pruners use ropes to bring down the branches. This directs the limbs away from your utilities, meaning zero damages.
2. Property Owners Avoid Injury
Most property owners lack tree pruning safety gear. When they decide to turn tree pruning into a DIY project, they go up the tree without a safety harness, gloves, helmet, safety boots, and goggles. This puts them at the risk of falling off the tree crown and suffering deep cuts.
Tree pruning professionals help you avoid going up a tree. They eliminate the need to invest in safety gear while avoiding injuries.
3. Homeowners Avoid Tree Damage
To most homeowners, the idea of tree pruning is removing random branches from the tree. This, however, is not the case – when pruning a tree, one has to remove the right branches and also use the correct procedure to avoid damaging a tree.
In the past, we have come across trees with irreversible damage. Such trees make compounds look unkempt, forcing owners to spend money on tree removal and replacement.
4. Professionals Help with Cleanup
Pruning a tree puts branches and leaves all around the compound. This can make your compound look messy. If you are working alone, cleanup could take too much of your time, and you may even opt to let the branches rot on your property.
When working with professionals, cleanup is made easy. After pruning a tree, the professionals will use their modern machines to correct the branches and leaves, cut them down into smaller pieces, and hurl them away.
1Tree Pruning Tips
Some property owners have small trees planted away from important structures and utilities. Carrying minimal risks, DIY pruning is a good idea for such trees. When pruning a tree, the following tips should help you avoid tree damage:
- Branches with diameters of more than 10 cm should remain on the tree – remove these branches to improve the tree’s health or increase safety. Branches with a diameter of less than 5 cm are safe to remove.
- Branches forming a U-shaped angle with the trunk are generally strong and should be left on the tree. However, go ahead and remove branches forming weak V-shaped angles.
- When making your cut, be sure to use a sharp tool to avoid injuring your tree.
- Remove younger branches. Compared to older branches, younger branches are less likely to scar and they are much easier to manage.
- Sanitize your tools when moving from one tree to the other. This will eliminate the possibility of spreading diseases.
2Preventative Tree Pruning
When the tree crown poses safety risks, preventative pruning is used to rectify this. This procedure involves removing branches that pose the risk of falling. The procedure is also conducted to clear pathways – when the tree crown goes below two-thirds of the tree height, it may end up blocking the view on roads and walkways. Pruning a tree, however, helps raise the crown, minimizing the possibility of accidents.