Regular pruning will benefit the overall health of your trees and promote new growth, giving you an aesthetically pleasing tree. Thinning out dense trees will discourage branch crowding and give you a balanced and structurally safe tree.
Despite your best efforts, eventually trees will begin to decline. This can happen for a number of reasons, including environmental causes, insects, age and disease. When a tree becomes compromised, it is best to be proactive and safely have the tree removed by skilled workers before it becomes a liability.
After removals, having your stumps ground will give your property a more polished appearance. Not only will this look nicer but leaving a stump can cause problems you may not expect. The stump will eventually begin to decay and can attract wood boring pests. These pests have the potential to spread to surrounding plants, trees, and even your house. Depending on the size of your stump, you will be left with a mound of woodchips. Property owners can leave the woodchips out in the elements to naturally decompose, by occasionally turning them. When it is appropriate, dirt can be placed direcly on top. Wood chips can also be dispersed into gardens and used as mulch for landscaping.
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