Professional Dead Wooding Services
As trees approach and move into maturity, they can fall prey to disease and decay.
Dead Wooding is where branches or limbs die and can either break off or become vulnerable. Over time or during periods of high winds and storms these can then fall.
Dead wooding is mainly used for safety and for the continued health of a tree, though there are other benefits too. A lot of dead wood in a tree can reduce the amount of light that can pass through and can effect the overall appearance. Dead wooding regularly ensures that we can remove the diseased parts of the tree, which often results in more vigorous growth in the remaining healthy parts. It also makes it safer for you and your family to live and play around the tree.
Natural Die Back
Tree branches will sometimes die back naturally when the tree is prevented from getting enough sun.
Dead wooding is then required to avoid the risk of injury from falling branches.
Caring for the Trees of the Home Counties
Based in Tring our expert tree surgeons are happy to tend to your trees if you live anywhere within Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire.