Do you have trees that are overgrown and looking neglected? Are there dead branches that could break off in the wind and possibly hurt someone or damage some property?
If so, you need to have your trees pruned.
What is tree pruning?
Pruning is nothing but the simple act of removal of limbs. Tree pruning is an art based on scientific principles of plant physiology. Shrub pruning involves removing dead, damaged or weak limbs, which will improve a tree’s health and reduce the chances of personal or property damage caused by falling limbs.
"Tree Services"'s Tree pruning helps your landscape flourish by addressing architectural tree care concerns such as safety, structural integrity, shape and appearance.
Tree pruning services performed by our arborist enhance the natural beauty of your trees and shrubs and help to preserve the strength, stature and seasonal character they add to your property.
Our arborists make the tree safer and more attractive by pruning them. Proper pruning improves plant health, repairs damage, encourages growth and helps add aesthetic appeal to a tree.
Types of Pruning include:
There are many reasons to prune a tree, the most important being safety. Branches that overhang the house or brush against it must be removed. Branches that block visibility near streets and intersections should also be trimmed away.
Dead branches should be targeted, along with any that cross and rub against each other. The correct pruning techniques will help the tree develop strong roots so it can weather storms. Pruning is also a great way to enhance the shape and stimulate fruit production.
The best time to prune is in the late fall or winter. This is because the sap is not running, so sap loss is minimized and the tree will not be stressed. Insects are also dormant, helping to prevent infection and infestation.
We pride ourselves on our outstanding customer service - and that means respecting our customers. We pay attention to your concerns about your trees and we let you know all the options available. Contact us for more information at (561) 123-1234.