Homes landscaped with trees sell more quickly and are worth 5% to 15% more. Where the entire street is tree-lined, homes may be worth 25% more.
Caring for trees and overall landscaping of your estate is absolutely necessary when it comes to keeping your property in line with standards of your community. Our tree care team is most at home in green environments and is regularly called upon to provide tree management services for estates in Minnesota and surrounding cities.
Studies show that for estates and higher-end real estate, the landscape adds 15-20% of the value to the property. The more trees you have on your property, the more important it is to have preventive care and regular maintenance. We also frequently help our clients with estates select the right trees to add to their landscape and advise on the best locations in terms of energy-savings and property value.
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Rows of trees reduce windspeed by up to about 85%, with maximum reductions increasing in proportion to visual density. Because even a single row of dense conifers can cause large reductions in windspeed, effective windbreaks can be planted on relatively small house lots. Compared with an open area, a good windbreak that does not shade the house will save about 15% of the heat energy used in a typical home.
Ostvig Tree prides itself on offering the premier estate tree care service is one of our specialties. Countless local estate owners trust us with the maintenance of their property, especially if they don’t live there year-round. Trees are our passion and maintaining them really allows us to pay attention to individual tree details as well as the overall tree canopy.
An Estate tree care service is absolutely necessary for various safety, law, and aesthetic reasons. Here’s a list of benefits of maintaining your estate’s trees, at least once a year.