Deadwood Removal or Thinning
Deadwood, as the name implies, is the part of the tree that is no longer 'alive'. It may have a look resembling dry and easily breakable thin parts that no longer feature leaves on it or in contrast, has dead leaves when the remaining leaves have fallen from the tree.
These dead branches or twigs should be removed as soon as possible as they impose a potential falling risk. In case of heavy storms or winds, they even have a higher risk of flying in the air without control and injuring someone.
Another identifying indicator of deadwood is the growth of fungus in various parts of the tree. It damages the structural integrity of the tree and results in the tree breaking down. That is why you should always pay close attention to any unusual additions to your trees and undertake measures as soon as possible.
What is the deadwood removal process like? It is performed to avoid any falling debris in risky locations. These locations are roads, pavements, parks or other public areas.
This practice is undertaken to help prevent any challenges with falling debris. It is therefore normally completed in danger or risk areas such as over roads or perhaps footpaths, plus gardens or public locations. Deadwood thinning involves climbing up and around the complete canopy of the tree in question to remove dead branches that may eventually fall.
Due to thinning of the smaller branches and twigs of the larger parts, we ensure that when we use our equipment that we minimise the applied wind and pressure to healthier individual parts of the tree. So, they are less likely to break.
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