The preservation of trees is important for our health as it provides us with oxygen as well as food. Trees increase our quality of life, as they are beautiful to look at, and by providing us health benefits. They also bring an organic, natural setting for where we live and work, which helps us to feel relaxed. Trees provide shelter for birds and animals, appealing as well to the human eye. They give shelter to humans too, as we gather under trees into the shade on hot, sunny days.
Nashua Tree Service is a company that recognizes the importance of tree preservation. Tree preservation is the process in which the tree’s Critical Root Zone, or CRZ, is protected against damage that may occur during constructing the tree, this includes: driving over the tree roots, root damage from tearing, and compaction of the soil. It is very important when planting a tree that it is planted carefully as to not cause irreversible damage. Having an after-planting plan implemented before planting the tree is essential to keep the tree healthy and thriving for many, many years.
Preserving a tree creates comes with so many benefits, both health-wise and financial-wise. Having trees properly preserved nearby your home helps to keep the costs down on hot days as well as cold days. It provides a kind of insulation to keep some heat out as well as keeping out the cold. Having trees protecting your home from the hot sun lessens the bill of an air conditioner drastically by shading the house; at the same time, trees provide a barrier to keep strong, cold winds from hitting your home thus lessening your heating bill. Trees are also aesthetically pleasing, and having a beautiful landscape increases the home’s value as well.
The environmental impact that trees have is remarkable. Nashua Tree Services provides many services to make sure we understand the importance of tree preservation by providing information about exactly what trees provide to every living being on earth; not only do trees provide food for us such as healthy nuts and fruits, they also provide a natural medicinal value to some.
The other environmental impacts that trees have on our health is that they provide fresh air for us to breathe by helping to reduce pollution, purifying the air. According to Environment Canada, "On average, one tree can produces as much as 260 pounds of oxygen (O2) each year. Two mature trees can provide enough oxygen for a family of four."
There are so many benefits of preserving trees that planting one without a preservation plan seems to be a gamble. To not have a preservation plan is taking a risk that you may have grown a 40 year old tree that has potential to die, which in turn costs money to remove and you will never be able to grow another tree in that same spot again without extensive work to remove all the roots that a tree has. Overall, implementing preservation is essential when planting a tree so that everyone now and in the far future can enjoy its beauty and benefits.