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Promote New Growth
Overtime, the branches of a tree can become diseased, die, and break. To prevent falling deadwood, the spread of infestation, or stifling a tree’s growth, the certified arborist at Westcoast Tree Care recommends regular trimming. By removing these problem areas, you can eliminate potential hazards while stimulating the healthy, new growth of a tree.
Boost Overall Health
When a tree isn’t properly maintained, it can grow more densely than what’s healthy. If a canopy grows too thick, this can affect a tree’s health by preventing sufficient sunlight from reaching areas that it should. Canopy overgrowth can also stifle the circulation of air and create an unhealthy environment that promotes disease. That’s why it’s important to have your trees trimmed regularly with the help of a certified arborist.
The trees on your property can increase the value of your home by adding beauty and providing shade. However, it’s important to have your trees trimmed regularly to ensure the safety of your home and loved ones. Diseased and broken branches can fall unexpectedly and seriously harm someone or damage nearby structures. Split branches can also stress a tree, making it structurally unsound.
Storm Damage Prevention
Extreme weather can take its toll on your trees. When ignored, damaged trees can be a serious safety hazard for your property and loved ones. Even more, storm damage can make a tree more vulnerable to disease and insect infestation, leading to its ultimate death. To help ensure your trees are strong enough to withstand the harshest storms, it’s important to schedule regular tree trimming to address any damaged areas.
Westcoast Tree Care
At Westcoast Tree Care, our certified arborist will provide you with the best tree care possible to ensure they grow strong and beautiful for many years to come. We can provide you with a comprehensive tree evaluation and a no-cost, no-obligation estimate for any of our services. Contact us today by filling out our online form or give us a call at 1.800.767.8733 today.