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Tree Pruning is one of the most important parts of tree care. It doesn't only benefit the aesthetics of a tree but also the overall health. Addressing a problem proactively today is better than reactively tomorrow.
Making proper tree pruning cuts is the most important part of pruning. If a cut is made improperly, the tree wont be able to compartmentalize the wound.
Certified Arborists will perform the work which will be biologically beneficial to the trees.
Tree Pruning should almost never require drastic changes in the trees form. Arborists will almost never prune more than 20% of a trees crown.
Crown Clean is a popular pruning method which involved the removal of dead, dying, crossed, and weakly attached limbs to promote tree health, safety, and beauty. This pruning method will make your tree safer, and will give it a more aesthetically pleasing look at the same time.
Clearance Pruning is a method used to avoid damage or danger related to structures, power distributions, and property. We use the industry standard Ansi A300 pruning standards when performing our clearance pruning.
This pruning is typically done when there is concern over the structural integrity of the tree. Risk Mitigation Pruning will consist of removing weak branch structures, as well as high risk deadwood or other branches in the tree.
Crown Reduction is one of our most in depth services. It is the process of reducing the overall size of your tree in a biologically appropriate way. We remove the end portions of limbs to a appropriate lateral (at least 1/3 of the diameter of main branch) around the entire crown.
Structural Pruning will lower the overall risk of tree failure. It is the act of reducing limbs that are competing with the central dominate trunk of the tree. This reduction will let the main trunk grow to be above the rest of the tree.