Trees will thrive as long as they are planted in the right location and properly maintained. Sometimes, even when the tree is disease-free we need to chop off a branch or two as part of routine maintenance. There are many reasons to do tree pruning -- the most critical being security. Branches that shade the house or brush against it must be closely watched.
The best time to prune is in the pre-winter or winter. Since the sap isn't running, sap misfortune is limited and the tree won't be focused. Creepy crawlies are likewise lethargic, anticipating disease. There are various techniques to remove the unwanted branches that are present such as: Crown thinning, V-shaped unions, Crown raising.
In the off chance that you have to thin the crown of a tree, you should remember the accompanying tips. Keep parallel branches as separated as could be expected under the circumstances, particularly on youthful trees. You should never expel more than one-fourth of a living crown on the double. To give freedom to people on foot, keep up live branches on no less than 66% of a tree's height.
Call Aardvark Tree Service today at 386-233-5069 to learn more about branch removal.