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Are Your Trees Prepared For Spring?

Posted on March 19th, 2021

Are Your Trees Prepared For Spring?


While we may still be in the thick of winter now, spring will begin showing its first signs in just a few short weeks. What this means is that now is the perfect time to begin thinking about your spring tree care, how you can prepare your trees for the new growth of the spring season, and how tree inspections before spring can help you to maximize the health, beauty, and safety of the trees on your property. Spring is a particularly exciting time for trees, and it’s when we really get to enjoy everything they bring to our landscapes and our lives.

 

Preparing your trees for spring isn’t a difficult or complicated job, but it is one that you’ll want to leave up to experienced professionals. Tree Care in any capacity can be dangerous, and only trained arborists have the knowledge needed to ensure all jobs and inspections are carried out safely.

 

Getting Your Trees Ready For Spring

 

There are a few things you’ll want to do to make sure your trees are ready for the spring season. These include:

 

    1. Conduct a full inspection – With ice and snow melting and pests beginning to leave hibernation, the first thing you’ll want to do is schedule an inspection for all of the trees and shrubs on your property. This inspection with a professional in tree servicing and removal will look at the newly uncovered root systems, signs of pest damage, weak spots in the tree, and any other damages the tree may be hiding. Through this inspection, you’ll learn what your trees will need in the upcoming season or if problem trees will need to be removed.

     

    1. Have all dead and dying branches removed – Most trees have a lot of branches, and even healthy trees may need some of these branches removed or cut back from time to time. Pruning dead and dying branches on a healthy tree will ensure continued strong growth.

     

    1. Fix standing water issues – Standing water can be highly damaging to trees starting right at the root. With winter melt, late winter and early spring are the perfect times to check for standing water problem areas around your trees. After you know where these problem areas are, you can work to build up this ground or install drainage to ensure your trees and their root systems remain safe all throughout the rainy spring season.

 

Keeping Your Trees Growing Healthy

 

With a professional by your side, you can rest assured that your trees remain an asset to your property rather than a liability. You can keep pests away, problem branches trimmed, and your landscape a healthy environment for trees to continue to grow. To prepare your trees for the spring growing season now is the time to seek out these professional services so your trees are ready to bloom once again. To learn more about having your trees serviced just in time for spring, contact us at Tree Removal Service to speak with our professionals today


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