With a rental property, maintaining your home is generally in the hands of your tenant. It is ideal to visit the home on a quarterly basis to make sure everything looks good from the outside. Also, you should at least get a visual inspection of the inside on an annual basis, which can make sure that your property is being well-maintained, and if it is not, you can make the appropriate decisions to fix the problem.
Once a tenant leaves, you will have a number of projects that you want to handle before renting it out again. For instance, tree pruning is an ideal project to take care of once it has become vacant.
Bring More Sunlight into the Home
With tree pruning, you can expect your home to receive more sunlight on a daily basis. Natural light will make your home look more appealing, especially during the day when the sun shines through.
Avoid Disturbing Your Tenants
Although you can definitely schedule tree pruning service while your tenant is still living in your rental property, you might not want to bother them, and it might not be a necessity.
Improve Tree Attractiveness
When you prune your trees, you will remove the dead branches, which will naturally make the tree more attractive. However, it will also eliminate overgrowth, which can further add to its attractiveness.
Get Better Rental Photos
Not only is it easier to get better photos of the interior of your home after tree pruning, but you will end up with prettier photos of the outside by showing off trees that are well-maintained.
Contact us for more information on tree pruning or any other tree-related services.