Right tree in the right place
We at The Arbor Day Foundation always encourage the ideas ands practices that help to protect community trees while also portion a usefulness company’s customers. Trees correctly located can lower line permission costs for utility companies, reduce tree humanity, and result in healthier community forests.
Couple of trees can easily add value to your home, they can help to cool your home and neighborhood, break the cold winds to lower your heat costs, and provide food for birds and others as well. Few Tall trees surrounding your home, like maple, pine and spruce, oak, provides summer shade to lower cooling costs and keep out cold winter winds.
Medium trees, like 35 feet or less in mature height, might comprise Washington hawthorne and Golden raintree, while lesser trees suitable for planting beneath utility lines might comprise Redbud, Dogwood, and Crabapple. When planting near usefulness lines, think a 25 foot maximum mature height and 20 foot extend.