Our staff at Better City Tree Services, Inc. often recommends that property owners establish clearly delineating spaces between shrubs, grasses, and trees on their property in order to reduce or slow down the spread of wildfires. Since we understand that spacing can become a complicated matter for new property owners, here are a few simple tips to get you started:
There are two common forms of tree spacing: vertical spacing and horizontal spacing. Vertical spacing refers to the process of removing branches and vegetation between the top of trees and the ground, while horizontal spacing refers to the process of removing trunks, vegetation, tree branches, and even trees between trees. As an organization seeking to provide any form of exceptional tree service in Bay Point, let us tell you that while different factors may be considered to determine the spacing required for plants and trees, such as the type and size of trees and bushes, as well as the slope of the property in question. For instance, a certain property you might have in your possession has a very steep slope and larger vegetation, because of this, it might be a good idea for you to place greater spacing between the trees and shrubs in that certain area than if you had in your possession a level property with small, sparse vegetation.
For property owners planning to acquire the services of a company offering tree trimming in Walnut Creek in order to effect vertical spacing, allowing extra vertical spaces between your shrubs and trees will prevent fires from reaching your property earlier. In contrast, horizontal spacing enables healthy growth in trees since it discourages serious competition for nutrients and sunlight.