Tree Thinning: Tree Thinning is a process of removing live branches from throughout the tree crown to reduce density of the tree and allow more light and air to pass through. Thinning is good for trees as it makes them lighter in the crown area and less likely to cause damage during a storm due to weight of heavy snow or being toppled over because of top heaviness during strong wind.
Deadwood Removal: Deadwood removal is necessary to prevent issues with any falling debris in higher risk areas like over footpaths and roadways or driveways. Gardens and public areas are also common places to remove deadwood. This process is completed to prevent any issues with falling debris and is therefore normally completed in high risk areas such as over roads/footpaths, in gardens or in public locations. It involves removing branches around the entire crown of a tree to remove dead limbs that will break and eventually fall.
Call us to schedule a free estimate for thinning and deadwood removal service at: (412) 776-0030.
Pittsburgh Tree Service PA 1114 Sherman Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15212 (412) 776-0030