Date Palm Clean
Date Palm Clean
Date Palms can look unsightly if left untouched, if maintained however, they can be a nice feature to your property. Snake skinning is the method of cutting all the points where the palm fronds are attached to leave behind a smooth snake skin effect.
There are a variety of benefits when it comes to keeping your trees maintained. Here we will highlight a list of ways a well-maintained tree can benefit you economically.
According to John Roger’s study into the ‘Ways to Measure Nature’s Impact’, a well landscaped yard can increase a property’s value by 7-15%. One of the first steps into having a well landscaped yard is to ensure that your trees are maintained and looking good. For example, if your property is worth $400,000, the increase value could fall anywhere between $28,000 and $60,000. If we look at this from an investment perspective, it is definitely a good opportunity.
Conversely, if it is not well-maintained, it could potentially cause maintenance issues and reduce the overall value of your home due to several factors that impact the decision making process of a potential buyer. For instance, in addition to looking unsightly, an unmaintained tree could also block sunlight, have falling branches that also makes the area messy as well as bring down the architectural beauty of your home.
It is important, however, that this job be left to the professionals. In some cases, the area that needs maintenance is quite high up (depending on the tree’s size) and is sometimes difficult to reach without proper tools, experience and skill. This sort of task should therefore be left to an experienced arborist whose job is to know exactly how to make your tree look aesthetically good in way that compliments your home in addition to ensuring the safety of your property/structures and yourself, which is extremely important.
When taking all these factors into consideration, it is not even a question of whether or not you should do it, it should be a question of WHEN should you start maintaining your trees.
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