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Spring Tree Trimming: The Key to Avoiding Liability and Ensuring Safety

Spring is a perfect time to think about tree trimming.

Trees play a crucial role in our ecosystem, providing us with clean air, shade, and beauty. At the same time, trees need proper maintenance to ensure their safety and well-being. Failure to trim trees and bushes that are in close proximity to your property can present risks such as fire hazards.

Prevent Property Damage

Spring is the perfect time to get a head start on trimming your property's trees for any damage caused by winter weather conditions, such as heavy snow or ice. Broken or dead branches can fall and cause severe damage to your property, or, in worse cases, injuries.

Promote Tree Health

Removing dead, diseased, or insect-infested branches that can spread disease and cause decay is extremely important to promote your trees' health. Just like cleaning and grooming, trees that receive proper trimming are less likely to develop diseases. Since trees have yet to develop their leaves, many experts advise that spring is an ideal time for tree trimming.

Safety for People and Pets

Overgrown or damaged tree branches can be hazardous to people and pets, especially during and after high winds or storms. In the US, there are over 100 landscape and tree fall fatalities happening every year. Moreover, untrimmed trees can present a real fire hazard.

For instance, decorative plants up against properties can slowly heat up that side with radiant heat, slowly kicking off fire embers. A spark can travel quickly with wind and humidity, causing a structure fire. The easiest way to prevent that is by trimming trees back, giving enough space between trees and the property.

Enhance Aesthetics

Last but not least, tree trimming enhances the aesthetics of your property After trimming, trees will grow more evenly and beautifully, giving your property a well-manicured look. Moreover, removing excess branches allows better air circulation and sunlight penetration, leading to more flowers and fruits.

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