As a property owner, you want to raise both your land and home value and maintain accessibility to your property. For homeowners with wooded land, this may mean doing some brush clearing. But how can you tell if it’s time to tackle this important landscaping task? Here, Red River Land Clearing in Clarksville, TX, shares three signs that it’s time to put this task on your calendar.
Schedule Brush Clearing If You Spot These 3 Signs
1. Tree Rot
Downed trees and branches on your land can provide termites with the perfect place to take over. When you remove these fallen wood elements, you reduce the likelihood of termites infesting structures on your land. It’s also important to remove rotting trees or ones that have fungus or disease, as this reduces the risk of the issues spreading to living trees on your property.
2. Fire Danger
Dead or overgrown brush can provide a key source of fuel for fires. If you learn that the fire danger is high in your area, it’s a good idea to do some brush clearing to reduce the likelihood of fire damage on your property and give you some peace of mind.
3. New Growth Obstruction
Downed tree branches and snarls of leftover wood are not particularly aesthetically pleasing—and they also obstruct new plant growth. By hiring a professional for brush clearing, you’re removing these chaotic areas of dead wood and promoting healthy foliage instead.
Brush clearing is an important part of properly maintaining wooded land on your property. To schedule brush clearing with Red River Land Clearing, call (580) 364-2313. The company has over 10 years of experience serving Southern Oklahoma and North Texas and will impress with their timeliness, efficiency, and professionalism. Visit the website for information on their 24/7 emergency tree removal services, log cleanup, mulching, and tractor work.