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Tree Removal •  Professional Pruning & Trimming • Stump Grinding • Emergency Response  Disaster Relief Services

We prune to ANSI Standards  Specific types of pruning may be necessary to maintain a mature tree in a healty, safe, and attractive conditions.

  • Tree Pruning for Health includes the removal of dead, weak, and broken limbs, which could result in decay, diseased, or insect infested branches.  The removal of live branches is necessary from time to time to allow increased exposure to sunlight and circulation of air within the canopy.  This method creates a better structure to lessen wind resistance and reduce the potential of breakage due to wind damage.
  • Thinning is the selective removal of branches to increase light penetration and air movement through the crown.  Thinning opens the foliage of a tree, reduces weight on heavy limbs, and helps retain the tree’s natural shape. 
  • Crown Cleaning is the removal of dead, dying, crowded, or weakly attached branches from the crown of the tree.
  • A Crown Reduction may be needed to improve the shape, silhouette, height, or spread of the tree.  Reduction v's topping, reduction helps maintain the form and structure of the tree. 
  • Raising the lower limbs is removal of the lower branches from a tree in order to provide clearance for buildings, vehicles, pedestrians, and personal preference for outlook.
  • Tree Trimming for WEIGHT REDUCTION is vital to minimize chances of limb breakage
  • Tree Trimming for Appearance & Restoration is essential for maximizing the beauty of your landscaping.
  • Tree Trimming for Structure Enhancement is mainly performed in younger tree pruning also known as developmental tree pruning.  Training younger trees is one of the most important procedures for your new planting to help ensure sound structure and branch location. 
    Sources: International Society of Arboriculture, Trees Are Good & TCIA The Voice of Tree Care