Oahu Tree Thinning Service
Our Tree Thinning Services
It’s not only for people who need to slim down. Trees may require thinning as well, and for this task, you can contact Island Ohana Tree & Landscaping Services to make sure it’s done right.
Just dial (808) 650-5565 and we at Island Ohana Tree & Landscaping Services if you require tree thinning services. Unlike fad diets, our thinning services are extremely effective and you’ll definitely get your money’s worth.
Why Does A Tree Need Thinning?
Some trees aren’t maintained properly, so their growth can become unchecked. That can mean they can grow branches on the interior areas, and over the years they can grow too many of these branches.
That may seem like a good thing for a homeowner like yourself, as you can lounge under those branches and relax in the shade. But that’s only good for you in the short term.
Having too many branches can have a negative impact on the health of your tree. If your tree becomes too dense, then the sunlight only reaches the top parts.
The bottom part of the tree won’t get the nutrients needed from the sunlight so you end up with more deadwood, and all the problems that deadwood lead to.
Deadwood can cause branches to blow off easily and attract insects that can attack the tree. It also makes the tree look uglier as well.
Call us or submit a quote request by filling out and submitting the form located on this page for your free estimate!
The Need For Expert Tree Thinning
It’s important that your tree gets the regular thinning services it needs, just as a person should avoid becoming overweight. If your tree starts to develop too many branches on the onside, then you can contact us and we can thin your tree for you.
So why can’t you do this yourself? Well, for one, it will take a lot of time and effort on your part. Moreover, you can’t just cut tree branches randomly until it “looks good”. That’s not the way it works.
Our expert arborists have the experience and training for this job. They know how much thinning is needed, when the tree should be thinned, or if it’s even needed in the first place. Mistakes are very easy to make when thinning trees. You can cut the wrong branch or cut a few inches off, and you end up with a wounded tree that can become infected.