Welcome to my blog. My name is Kerry, and I love to do DIY work around the home. While painting high ceilings and putting in garden beds seems to be easy for me, I find climbing into a tree with a saw to trim branches very scary and potentially dangerous. Luckily, over the years, I have gotten past the fear and have found ways to service my trees safely and efficiently without risking grave injury to myself. Sometimes, I admit that I have to call in the pros, but I'll help you identify when that's a necessity as well. Take a look at these posts. I hope they move, entertain and inform you.
The trees on your property are a valuable asset. They can provide shade, they can be used as windbreaks and they can improve your property's curb appeal.
However, if you don't take care of them, they can have the opposite effect. Overgrown trees can reduce the value of your property and make it harder to sell. Here are four ways that tree lopping can improve your property's value:
1. Tree Lopping Can Make Your Home Look Larger
If you have tall trees on your property, they might make your home look smaller than it actually is. If you cut them back, however, this will give the illusion that there is more space between the roofline and the tree branches above it. This will make it seem like there is more space inside the house than there really is, which can make it seem bigger than it really is and therefore increase its value.
2. Tree Lopping Makes Your Home Look Appealing
The first thing people see when visiting a property is the exterior. If your trees are overgrown and messy, it gives a bad impression to visitors and potential buyers. A well-maintained yard will make people take notice of your home and think it looks appealing and cared for. It also shows that you care about the appearance of your property, which will make them more likely to want to buy it.
3. Tree Lopping Prevents Damage To Your Home
Overgrown trees can pose a danger to homes by causing costly damage like cracks in walls or roofs or damaging gutters and downspouts. They also provide areas for pests like squirrels and birds to nest in, which could lead to infestations inside the house if left unattended for too long. A professionally done tree lopping job reduces these risks significantly by keeping trees properly trimmed so they do not cause damage or become hazardous to anyone who lives on or visits.
4. Tree Lopping Can Improve Energy Efficiency In Your Home
If you live in an area where there are lots of tall trees around, having them trimmed will help with airflow and thus increase energy efficiency in your home by allowing more sunlight through the windows during winter months when it is needed most. With more natural heat from sunlight, you are less likely to need to turn the volume up on gas or electric heating during the winter months.
As the owner of a property, it's important to keep an eye on the trees that surround you. This not only helps protect your home but also increases its value. For more information on how tree lopping can improve your property's value, chat with an expert today.Share
4 May 2022