Tree Thinning in Ocoee, FL
The best way to describe “tree thinning” is to perhaps look at an Oak tree that has never been trimmed. The canopy becomes so thick that sunlight, and sometimes even a light wind doesn’t penetrate through the branches and leaves. In addition, any grass underneath the tree will suffer due to no sunlight. The tree also becomes “top heavy” and is in danger of being uprooted in a heavy storm or hurricane. We will start from the lowest branches and work our way up trimming all of the small branches inside the tree. This will allow it to breath, allow the wind to blow through the canopy, and will give it the best chance of survival in the event of a hurricane or strong storm.