Fire mitigation enhances the un-manicured, wooded areas of your property. These sections are thinned to remove dead, diseased, or undesirable trees. Fire mitigation will open an overcrowded forest canopy. It also encourages forest regeneration, species diversity and the growth of desirable under story shrubs including maple leaf viburnum, spice bush, gray dogwood and winged euonymus.
Fire Mitigation: Expert Tree Removal and Tree Preservation
Tree removal can alleviate unhealthy competition and open up beautiful vistas. TLC recommends preserving acorn and nut producing trees in your fire mitigation plan, as they are an abundant source of food for forest fauna. Additionally, your feature trees may be pruned to remove dead and diseased wood. We advocate pruning or reducing the presence of Poison Ivy and Bittersweet Vines when they impair the ability of other species to develop. This fire mitigation practice will ultimately prevent damage to feature trees and under story trees. The brush that results from fire mitigation services is chipped within the woods and the bulky wood stacked in low rows. This enables the beneficial organic material to return to the forest floor, thereby maintaining the balance of nature on your property and providing essential nutrients for growth.
Contact us today for a complimentary consultation from our fully trained professionals and certified arborists for fire mitigation from TLC Tree Expert.