It really comes to looking for a few simple things things when it comes to pruning your trees. Here is what you need to look for when getting ready to prune or trim your tree:
- dead branches
- broken & dead branches
- diseased branches
Pruning Dead Branches
The first thing to look for when looking to prune your trees are any dead branches. Dead branches pose a risk to you, your home, or anyone walking in close proximity to the tree.
Pruning Broken & Damaged Branches
The second thing to look for when wanting to prune or trim your tree are any broken or damaged limbs. Like dead branches, broken or damaged trees pose a risk to your home, property like cars and trucks, or anyone walking nearby. These broken, damaged, or dead branches become even more dangerous during wind storms like the ones we have here in the Tri-Cities.
Pruning Diseased Branches
It is important to prune diseased branches. Diseased branches can end up killing the entire tree. It is important to catch and prune diseased branches as soon as possible.
What To Do Now
Now, if you do not feel comfortable or simply don’t have the proper tools to do any of this pruning, we are more than happy to do any of this pruning for you. Also, if you have multiple trees to prune or just don’t have the time to do it, we are here for you. We can handle all of your tree pruning needs and services in the Tri-Cities (Kennewick, Richland, Pasco) and even West Richland. We look forward to being your preferred tree maintenance provider.