Avoiding damage to your home starts with where you plant your tree in the first place when often, trees are planted much too close to the home. Not only can large tree roots be a problem, but large branches are then very close to your roof rip into shingles, siding, gutters, fascia, soffit plus can lead to extensive damage on multiple areas. It is recommended that there be no branches within six-feet of your roof line. Why? Because this will protect your home in our severe South Jersey weather. It could also prevent squirrels and other small animals from jumping onto your roof, trying to find entry into your home to nest. Having our technicians handle Roofline Pruning of branches is a very low cost method of preventing these common problems with burden branches around the homes roofline.
There are many reasons to prune the trees that grow in your yard . One of the most vital reasons to prune a tree is to ensure that its branches do not pose a safety risk to your family and property. When a tree’s branches grow to close too your roofline, they could run the risk of falling and damaging your home during a storm. Trees can also obstruct driveways or sidewalks when they are not pruned at regular intervals.