Palm trees grow new palm fronds regularly. The old fronds then turn brown and die. These dead and dying palm fronds need to be professionally removed periodically.
Fronds that are allowed to remain on the tree after they die not only become an eyesore on your property; they can become a hazard for your property and a potential source of injury. They can become detached during hurricane season potentially causing property damage or injury. Dead fronds can also provide a home for unwanted pests and, additionally, they are a fire hazard.
We recommend that your trees be trimmed at least once a year or whenever fronds start to turn brown to prevent any accidents and keep your outdoor spaces looking great.