Cavity & Wound Treatment

Tree cavity and wound treatment is an important service offered by Adamson Tree Experts for property owners who need to address issues with the health and structural integrity of their trees.

A tree cavity is a hole or hollow area in the trunk or branch of a tree, caused by decay, disease, or damage. Tree cavities can weaken the structural integrity of the tree, making it more susceptible to breaking or falling in high winds or storms.

Wounds are injuries to a tree trunk or branch, caused by factors such as broken branches, animal damage, or construction work. These injuries can also cause decay and disease, and weaken the structural integrity of the tree.

Treatment for tree cavities and wounds typically involves removing any dead or diseased wood, and cleaning and disinfecting the affected area to prevent the spread of decay and disease. The tree service company may also fill the cavity with a sealant or a graft to encourage healing and prevent further decay.

It’s important to keep in mind that tree cavities and wounds should only be treated by professionals, who are trained in the proper techniques and methods to treat the tree without causing further harm.

Treatment may not always be the best option, depending on the size, location, and condition of the tree. If the tree is in poor health, it may be recommended to remove the tree instead of trying to treat it.

It is critical to get an assessment done before any damage can be done to the tree or your property. Ask our experts at Adamson Tree Experts to assess your trees for years to come. Simply contact us and get the ball rolling.