How Our Tree Service Can Improve Sunlight Access For Outdoor Spaces

1. Pruning

Pruning is a great way to improve sunlight access for outdoor spaces. It can also reduce overgrowth and stimulate new growth.

Tree pruning involves the removal of dead, diseased, and dying branches from a tree to control its size and shape. It also helps to promote the growth of healthy and vigorous wood.

Our professional tree service will be able to prune your trees and shrubs safely and efficiently. We understand that each species requires a different approach to pruning.

Ideally, pruning should be done during dormant seasons to allow the tree to show its form and structure clearly. This is particularly important when reshaping mature plants.

When pruning a large or heavy limb, it is best to make two or three separate cuts to avoid tearing the bark or ripping a hole in the trunk. This type of pruning is often called “topping.”

2. Clearing

Having your trees pruned and pruned may not be your thing. The good news is that our tree aficionados can perform a complete and tame pruning job in less time than it takes to get your hair cut. Having a full fledged octet to keep your property in tip top condition will pay you back in spades, and a squeaky clean outdoor space to boot. One of the best ways to show off your wares is with a little help from your neighbors. Having a slick operation will give you one less to worry about, and your employees the time to make their own magic.

3. Debris Removal

A properly pruned, shaped and trimmed tree can be the envy of all your neighbors. However, a tree or two needing a hefty trim and pruning can be an expensive proposition. Fortunately, the right arborist can get the job done on a budget with the best possible outcome for you and your kin. A well-trained crew with the right equipment can improve the quality of life and add some much needed curb appeal in the process.

4. Tree Removal

Adding shade, beauty and reducing air conditioning costs, trees can be an essential part of your property’s landscape. But when a tree becomes an obstruction to outdoor space or no longer provides benefits, it may be time for tree removal.

ISA Certified Arborists can help you determine when to remove a tree from your property. Our experts can assess the condition of the tree, including whether it’s infested with pests or diseased. They can also determine if it’s in the way of expansion plans or construction projects.

Removing dead or dying trees can help improve sunlight access for outdoor spaces and improve airflow through residential areas. For example, if you have a deck or patio that faces south, the shade from a tree could make it difficult to enjoy the outdoors in the summer. Removing the tree can allow more sunlight into your outdoor space, allowing you to spend more time enjoying the weather and improving the overall look of your home.

5. Remove Overhanging Branches

Trees can be a beautiful feature in your yard and removing overhanging branches can improve sunlight access for outdoor activities. However, if the trees are too close to power lines or other buildings, it’s best to call in a professional for pruning. A qualified arborist will know the laws on trimming and pruning and will make sure that they are trimmed to the right size to avoid damage or injury.

Another consideration is the impact that overhanging branches can have on a property’s value. If you’re selling your home, a scenic view can add value to the home and overhanging branches could detract from that view. If you live in a city, view ordinances may regulate how close a property can be to a scenic view, so it’s important to consult with your local government.

If you’re concerned that a neighbor’s tree may obstruct your view, it’s a good idea to ask them in writing to trim any encroaching branches and roots. This can prevent a legal dispute down the road and will allow you to enjoy your own property’s scenic views without having to worry about your neighbors.