Spears Tree Services gives another facilities to our customer is Tree Topping. We have a well experienced workers to do reduction of a tree’s size using heading cuts that shorten limbs or branches back to a stub.
Tree topping is the reduction of a tree’s size using heading cuts that shorten limbs or branches back to a stub. This misguided practice is also called heading, tipping, hat racking, and stubbing. The goal of tree toping is to reduce the tree’s size to make it safer. Spears tree workers care professionals never offer or perform topping; instead they will assist you in pruning your tree in a healthy manner. ANSI A300 standard define practices for tree care and have been adopted by the Tree Care Industry Association – topping is specifically mentioned as an unacceptable practice.
Tree topping removes 50% to 100% of the leaf-bearing branches of a tree. Leaves are the source of food for a tree, removing them can temporarily starve the tree. Severe pruning forces latent buds in the trunk below the cut to sprout (commonly called “suckers”) in order for the tree to generate more leaves. If the tree does not have the stored energy to do this, it will become weak and may die.