Hazardous Limb Removal
Hazardous limbs are those that eventually will cause human injuries or property damages. These can be, growing limbs on top of the roof of the house, dead, rotten, or decayed, and wind or storm damaged. This includes limbs infested by insects and co-dominant. Co-dominant limbs are those that grow together out of one stem with a weak branch union and poor structure. There are also low heavy hanging limbs with a lot of weight. Thinning is removing a branch at its point of origin or shortening a branch or stem by cutting to a lateral large enough to assume the terminal role. The canopy reduction and clearance pruning is extremely important for the health, safety, and aesthetics of the tree.