Here’s how you can prevent bad weather from damaging trees, from your local tree service pros at Kleber C’s Danbury Tree Service.
How to Have Minimal Tree Damage from Storms
Trees are a beautiful part of nature, but unfortunately, the severe weather conditions that affect our trees are also part of nature. Photos in the news often show us the consequences of violent storms that destroyed power lines and severely damaged collapsed houses and trees. Although we cannot prevent all trees from being affected by the weather, we can take measures to minimize the damage caused by storms and severe weather.
Here are some tips that might help:
Pruning the tree every three to five years will benefit the overall health of the tree. This approach can remove dead branches, thin out the crown to promote better circulation, and remove obviously dangerous branches that may hurt people when they fall. This is a good time to check the trees for infestations and pests. Regular care of the tree will help it maintain its optimal health. Optimal health is one of the best ways to withstand bad weather.
Removing Dead Branches
Although it should be pruned every three to five years, you can still see dead and dangerous branches on the tree that need to be removed now rather than later. It is important to remove dead branches. If they fall, it will be dangerous and should not be placed. This will help protect property and people around it, should a storm or strong winds come through and break them off completely. Safety always comes first.
Evaluate Trees That Have Signs of Weakness
If you see multiple branches falling from a tree in your area, they are beginning to fade or show obvious slopes that did not exist before, you should observe the tree carefully. Take care of your tree and see if it can withstand bad weather conditions. Root weakness, disease and infection are possible and should be treated immediately rather than later.
Removing Trees Already Suffering with Large Amounts of Decay
If your tree has been badly decomposed, the bet option is to move and completely remove the tree. The large opening that penetrates the tree is the weak point where the tree loses its strength. In this particular field. The violent storm puts the trees in danger of falling, and the surrounding property and people are also in danger.
Future Planning for Your Trees
Although the last tip does not apply to trees that are currently growing in your garden, it applies to trees that you may want to plant in your garden in the future. If you live in an area prone to severe storms, consider planting stronger trees. Certain tree species can be better maintained without much care and maintenance. The following tree species should be considered are maple, spruce, and oak.