A large number of storms happen in the GTA. The severity can have a big range, but damage caused from them can be visible. A lot of the time, trees bear the brunt of the damage from these storms, so much so that they can require removal. But then there are other times that minor damage is done, allowing the tree to be salvaged and repaired instead of needing to be removed. We want to outline the differences between a tree that can be repaired with crown restoration and a tree that needs to be removed.
Pruning can be a great way to help restore a tree's structural integrity when it has been damaged by a storm. This can help prevent failure in the future, and also help to maintain its aesthetic appearance. After a bad storm, a crown restoration might be required. This is a specific technique to treat/prune a tree with damage from storms.
The total structural balance is restored in the crown of the tree, while encouraging new growth, helping in recovery. In order to assess if your tree needs a crown restoration, you will need a professional arborist to come and assess your tree. A trained professional is able to properly and accurately assess the damages and determine the risk of failure or property damage that could result. They can then proceed with a crown restoration if it is a good and viable option.
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