Winter may not bring the colour and vibrancy which spring and summer present, but that doesn’t mean that you should neglect your trees. By looking after your trees throughout the winter, you’ll be able to ensure that they are in the best condition to complement the green and blooming garden once the warmer season begins. As specialists in tree maintenance Birmingham, our team at Garden Busters are able to ensure that your trees are protected all throughout the winter, enabling them to remain resilient against the unforgiving weather conditions which they may be exposed to.

There are many things you can do to help your trees throughout the cold weather, and by taking small steps to look after them, you’ll be able to make sure they continue to look attractive within your garden or environment.

Through pruning your trees, you’ll be able to keep all branches in order and in good condition. As trees lose their leaves before the winter, now is the best time to efficiently prune them, as you’ll have the greatest visibility of their structure.  We are able to carry this out for you in a productive and professional manner, to leave your trees looking neat, tidy and healthy.

To help protect your trees against freezing temperatures, snow and frost, placing mulch around their base can ensure they stay unaffected by any adverse weather. We can provide all mulch, and make sure it is able to adequately protect your trees.

Large and unruly trees may experience too much strain during the winter due to a combination of animals gnawing at their branches, and the much colder weather. For those which present too much of a risk, we are able to safely fell these trees, leaving you with an organised landscape as we head into the spring.

In addition to these services, we are also able to provide logging, chipping, re-shaping, stump grinding and root removal for all environments. If your garden requires tree maintenance Birminghamthis Winter, our friendly and skilled team are able to help. Give us a call today, or complete our online contact form for more information or further advice.

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