Tree Trimming and Pruning
Pruning is the most common tree maintenance task. When done well, pruning enhances the vigor, structure and aesthetic beauty of the tree. Poor tree trimming however can cause long-term damage and negatively affect tree structure and growth throughout its life.
In most landscaped environments, trimming is a regular procedure to
Pruning should always be done with the knowledge of how growth will respond to each cut. It should also be considered that removing foliage and leaves from a tree reduces photosynthesis and thus may affect and limit the growth of a tree, resulting in a dwarfing effect.
Tree pruning is especially important for flowering plants and shrubs, roses and fruit trees. Correct pruning directs energy into live branches, improving health and promoting growth.
Coupled with seasonal soil maintenance and mulching, trimming ensures your trees and plants are healthy in winter months, and can burst into bloom in spring, summer and into autumn.
Our expert team has the experience and equipment to take care of all your trimming and hedging needs. Call us for a one-time service or schedule in ongoing maintenance for optimal garden health!
Deadwooding removes diseased, dead and weakly attached branches from a tree to eliminate hazards.
Crown Cleaning & Thinning removes weak and dying branches as well as key branches to allow greater light penetration and air circulation through the crown.
Crown Reduction reduces the height of a tree. This is commonly achieved by shortening limbs up to 1/3 of the size of the primary limb.
Topping or Heading Back requires cutting limbs back to a lateral branch or stub.
Crown raising or Elevating removes lower branches of a tree typically to create clearance for pedestrians, vehicles, buildings or to enhance the view.