Do you have trees on your Southwest Florida property? Are they growing out of control? Are you thinking about pruning your trees, but unsure of where to start?
Despite the many benefits of tree pruning, some homeowners put this off year after year. If you’re ready to take action, but still have questions about the benefits, here are a few to consider.
Even the most beautiful trees can become overgrown and unbearable to manage. Through pruning, and regular maintenance, you can reduce the size of the tree, thus bringing it’s true beauty back to life.
Note: there is more than one way to prune a tree, so it’s important to consult with a professional arborist. The wrong type of pruning can cause more harm than good.
Protect Your Home, Property, and Family
Regular pruning removes dead branches and other areas of concern. By doing this, your home, property, and family are protected from falling branches.
Also, when heavy storms move into the area, you won’t have nearly as many concerns about downed trees during a hurricane.
Remove Low-Growing Branches
This isn’t always a big deal, but depending on the location of the tree it can be a major hazard.
For example, if a tree is within close proximity to a walkway or driveway, it’s more likely to trip a passerby.
Additionally, by removing low-growing branches, you improve the appearance of the tree and your landscaping as a whole.
Your Tree Pruning Experts
At Florida Tree & Ground, we have more than 20 years experience pruning all types of trees from oaks to mangroves. We can discuss your many options, including:
No matter what you’re dealing with, we’re here to help. It won’t be long before you understand the many benefits of regular tree pruning in Southwest Florida!