Pruning branches that have died off is important in order to keep your trees healthy, safe, and growing. Trimming and clipping little and big branches that have died off on the tree is known as dead wooding. This is also a natural process of tree self-pruning. This can happen when a tree receives insufficient sunlight from one side or has its development restricted by another plant or construction. Dead wooding can be necessary to guarantee that it retains its beauty and health. Urban Tree Services provides a professional service that keeps your garden, plants, and trees in good shape across the Wellington region!
Dead branches are an entry point for pests and diseases, as well as also having a higher chance of breaking or falling off. Selectively pruning out these branches can reduce risk to people and properties, while also aiding in tree sealing.
Urban Tree Services has extensive experience identifying dead branches and portions of trees, as well as determining where they need to be cut and trimmed to remove an infection or damage. We have all of the required tools, resources, and equipment to complete our work effectively and efficiently. To get the best results and guarantee that your plants stay healthy and attractive for a long time, hire a professional team to work on them.